P&A Group and Farber Consulting-Avis Rent-a-car Eye Alpha Anywhere for Offline Mobile Apps

P&A Group and Farber Consulting-Avis Rent-a-car Eye Alpha Anywhere for Offline Mobile Apps

In my previous blog, I detailed how two companies plan to use Alpha Anywhere’s 3.0 robust transactional offline capabilities, which make it easy to build offline-capable  mobile apps without having to incur  incremental time and cost. As we have described…

How Two Businesses Benefit from Alpha Anywhere’s Mobile Offline Features

Building mobile apps that can work offline is no longer a “nice-to-have” feature – it’s become a must-have. A survey by mobile app platform provider Verivo found that 78% of enterprise architects have plans to build apps that require offline…

Forrester: Offline support is “crucial” for nearly every mobile app

Forrester: Offline support is “crucial” for nearly every mobile app

A new report from Forrester, “The Offline Mobile Challenge,” makes it clear: If you’re building a mobile app it must work properly even without a network or data connection. Offline support is absolutely vital for today’s businesses because we don’t…

Save $35,000 a year with a single mobile app? Here’s how American Pool did it.

Save $35,000 a year with a single mobile app? Here’s how American Pool did it.

  When it comes to mobile apps, everyone talks about cost-savings, improved efficiencies, and preparing for offline operations. But it’s easy to talk a good game. Actually doing something is much more difficult. Here’s how American Pool did all that…

What’s Broken in Offline Access

What’s Broken in Offline Access

It’s well-recognized that mobile apps need to work even when not connected to the Internet or a network. But plenty of apps that promise offline capabilities don’t solve the disconnection issues. And even if they do, developing mobile applications to…

Forrester Report Says Low-code Development Tools Can Save IT From Being Swamped

Forrester Report Says Low-code Development Tools Can Save IT From Being Swamped

As demand for mobile apps skyrockets, IT can barely keep up—and things are only getting worse. A new report out from Forrester, though, offers hope. It concludes that low-code development tools can go a long way towards solving the problem….

Webinar: An Introduction to Alpha Anywhere for IIS

Webinar: An Introduction to Alpha Anywhere for IIS

Click here to see the IIS infographic Date: Tuesday, Spetember 23rd 1:00 -2:00 PM EDT Hosted by: Terry Smith, Lead IIS Engineer, Alpha Anywhere Register now → Coming soon, Alpha Anywhere will have full IIS support! Learn more about what’s…

Low-code Isn’t Enough. You Need Offline Capabilities as Well.

Low-code Isn’t Enough. You Need Offline Capabilities as Well.

Low-code development is a big buzzword these days — and with good reason. It refers to platforms that allow developers to build applications with very little hand-coding and custom work, frequently with simple-to-use visual tools. Custom coding can be done…

New in Alpha Anywhere: Dialing a Phone Number Shown in the List

New in Alpha Anywhere: Dialing a Phone Number Shown in the List

New in the Alpha Anywhere pre-release build: Dialing a phone number shown in the the list When running on a phone, it is a common requirement to be able to dial a phone number that is displayed on screen. For…

New in the Alpha Anywhere Application Security Framework: Social Login with Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter

New in the Alpha Anywhere Application Security Framework: Social Login with Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter

In Alpha Anywhere, when the Application Server Security Framework is turned on, you can require that a user must log into an application before they can use it. A user will enter the userid and password associated with their account…