Joe Schulz

Mobile App Greatness: It Matters

Mobile user expectations are an interesting thing. We all hear that they are through the roof, and that users expect app behaviors and responses to occur in near-nanoseconds. What most of us don’t hear is that the features and functions that matter to users do not necessarily align with what developers are giving them—or what developers think they want.

A Developer’s Perspective on Mobile Security in the Age of BYOD

It does little good for a developer to expend thousands of hours and enormous sums of money developing and testing a gorgeous, brilliantly functional app if security ends up being an issue.​ This article explores the current landscape and offers some best practices that developers—both third-party developers and corporate teams—can adopt to foster security and confidence in their mobile apps.

Crowdsourced Testing Lets Your Apps ‘Go Wild’

It simply isn’t feasible to test every possible user scenario with a new app, and the testers who already know how the app should perform can’t approach using it the same way as someone unfamiliar with the process. Enter crowdsourced testing, where you gather a customizable pool of people from outside your organization to test your apps for defects and usability.