Enterprise mobile apps most often need to integrate with broader platforms. This quickstart demonstrates how easy it is to integrate an iOS mobile app with the Salesforce.com platform.
The news on Apple Watch ordering day when I rose at 6:30 US/Eastern was that the first production run had sold out — which I expected. Unexpected was that I found one (and only one!) style available for first wave delivery. The watch arrived April 24 (Friday) via UPS as promised.
One of the features mobile users love is to see information conveyed right on a map surface. Weather, driving directions and customer locations are just more richly explained when superimposed on a map.
While the Amazon Mobile SDK documentation is very complete, it can be confusing for someone getting started. Like any backend service, AWS has a lot of moving parts, and you need to get them all working together before your app works.
This past Monday, Apple announced that iOS developers working on native applications would have a brand new language to work with: Swift. For those doing (or have done) any iOS or OSX native development, this is the part of the presentation where they stopped checking their e-mail, sat up and paid attention.