Mobile citizenware development: just HOW do you balance speed and quality?
Mobile is driving the apps economy and has dramatically moved the needle of acceptable quality and speed. Citizens, consumers and employees expect apps that give them access to information as they need it, delivered in a truly engaging mobile experience. Even in the world of compliance and contracts, development teams must adapt to the lifecycle demands of rapid, high quality app delivery. Nearly ALL mobile dev teams today are using Agile methods. Teams must frequently release new versions of mobile applications in response to feedback from users and testers while maintaining a focus on the regulatory environment in which the mobile app exists. To keep up with user demand, short development cycles are required by mobile, development and operations teams resulting in the need for DevOps practices. This presentation will explore the benefits of collaborative development, continuous testing, and continuous release and deployment in building compliant mobile apps that are engaging and responsive to the public and employees.
Outline/structure of the Session
- Market Overview
- Development Challenges
- DevOps for Mobile capabilities
- Collaborative development,
- Continuous testing, and
- Continuous release and deployment
- Continuous Feedback
- Demonstration or Video
An awareness of DevOps for Mobile capabilities, software disciplines, and some tools that provide automation to help continuously deliver high quality mobile apps.
Developers, Architects, Program/Project Managers
schedule Submitted 4 years ago
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