Check out what happens on the Internet in 60 secs
Can your application scale to handle all the traffic generated during peak hours? How do you ensure that the back-end scales and performs continually, so that your app can continue to serve users regardless of load or demand? Original Infographic by Qmee published on http://blog.qmee.com/qmee-online-in-60-seconds/
Your backend is your app’s best friend. Don’t let it fail.
When we think of the mobile user experience, we tend to visualize the front end of a mobile application, whether it be finding ourselves on a map or playing with angry flying birds. Meanwhile, the back-end servers and platforms that run our apps just don’t as easily jump to mind. What I have found over […]
Three things development leaders should focus on in 2013
Mobile was a top priority for companies in the last year, and for good reason. Mobile devices, including tablets, are becoming more popular than desktops for online access. As a result, mobile projects are slated to outnumber PC development projects by 4:1 in the next three years. The number of mobile devices on the planet will outnumber people by […]
How to get your ops folks to understand agility (make them read this, for starters)
Agility is the key to success in today’s busy, mobile-first application world. It’s no longer a matter of spending months developing an application and rolling out the red carpet for one major release. The reality is that apps must be released quickly and iterated frequently so one can learn from user feedback and meet business […]