The Mobile Foundation service offers many hidden gems that developers often gloss over. In this post, we highlight the top 10 features that increase user engagement as well as improve app ratings.
IBM Mobile Foundation is excited to introduce a feature to manage the distribution of CoreML models.
Do you have an existing mobile app or are you looking to build a net-new app on IBM Cloud? We have some exciting sessions in store for you at Think 2019, February 12–15, 2019, in San Francisco, CA.
To reduce complexity and cost (for the Professional Per Device plan) we are now lifting the restriction of one app per instance for both Professional Per Device and Professional 1 Application plan for Mobile Foundation.
IBM Cloud App ID is introducing new capabilities to give you the option to strengthen the security of each authentication: multi-factor authentication (MFA) and advanced password policies.
In February 2018, we announced the deprecation of Developer, Developer Pro, and Professional Per Capacity pricing plans for Mobile Foundation Service. If you are still on a deprecated plan, immediate action is required to migrate to one of the new plans.
Security features provided by Mobile Foundation on IBM Cloud simplify various aspects of Mobile security, enabling developers to build hack-proof apps. This post covers a list of critical security requirements that Mobile Foundation addresses.
IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation powers many on-premise customers in more than 50 countries, delivering the best-of-the-best apps and serving a large number of users. IBM Cloud Mobile Foundation Service offers all the same capabilities available in on-premise MobileFirst Foundation, with the additional benefits of fully managed service with instant deployment and scale-out option.
We are excited to announce the availability of the IBM Cloud Mobile Foundation service in the US-East (Washington DC) region. The service is now available in five regions, including US-South (Dallas, TX), London, Frankfurt, and Sydney.