Collaborative and Agile Development of Mobile Applications

By Thomas Lake
13 Dec 2012 View Comments

A Dr. Dobb's Webcast:
Collaborative and Agile Development of Mobile Applications

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Duration: One Hour

As our planet gets smarter, our phones get smarter too. With the increasing popularity of platforms such as Android, iOS, Windows Mobile, and others that offer endless possibilities for building powerful mobile applications, developing applications for these platforms has become a herculean task. Mobile developers, just like the traditional desktop/web developers, have to go through requirement gathering and modeling, development in a geographically distributed team, testing, developing cross-platform apps, deploying and maintaining the apps through the lifecycle, etc.

This webinar shows the interesting features of IBM Rational tools, particularly IBM Rational Rhapsody and IBM Rational Team Concert(RTC) and how they help in development of both native and hybrid mobile apps.

Attendees can expect to take away the following from this webinar:
Learn about various mobile development scenarios and challenges.
See cool features that Rhapsody and RTC offer, such as modeling of mobile widgets, planning, source control, change control, unit integration, build management, etc.
Learn about Phone-gap, for developing hybrid, cross-platform mobile applications, and learn how RTC can be leveraged in developing Phone-gap applications. University students/professors can learn about JazzHub - an IBM Rational academic initiative that lets universities host research projects online and collaborate using RTC without any cost.

Featured Speaker:

Ayushman Jain: Committer, Eclipse Java Development Tools, IBM

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