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Google expands Flutter mobile app SDK to the web, desktop, and embedded devices – VentureBeat

At its I/O 2019 developer conference today, Google launched version 1.5 of Flutter, its open source mobile UI framework that helps developers build native interfaces for Android and iOS. But that’s no longer true: The mobile framework is now a multi-platform UI framework, supporting the web, desktop, mobile, and even embedded devices. Flutter’s mission has expanded to building “the best ... Read More »

15 Coolest Mobile App Development Platforms: 2019 Mobility 100 – CRN

App Development Platform Innovators To successfully pull off mobile application projects, businesses of all sizes are looking for every advantage they can get. In particular, companies are looking for faster, lower-cost methods for developing the mobile apps that are increasingly becoming mission-critical to their businesses. Methods for rapid development of apps—including low-code and no-code methods—are a growing focus in 2019, ... Read More »

Outlook brings actionable messages to mobile apps – Windows Central

As Microsoft’s Build 2019 developer conference gets started this week, the company lifted the veil on a handy new feature coming to its Outlook mobile apps for business users. Called “actionable messages,” the feature allows users to take action on messages that tie in with specific integrations with services like SurveyMonkey, Freshworks, and more. Actionable messages are already available through ... Read More »

How Mobile Apps Can Improve HR And Employee Engagement? – HR Technologist

<!– –> <!– –> /js/html5shiv.js /js/respond.js <!– /js/jquery-1.9.1.js –> <!–/js/search.js?20161018 –> How Mobile Apps Can Improve HR And Employee Engagement? <!– –> Mobile apps have already laid the foundation of digitization of the enterprise process. Here is how they can be used to engage employees and transform the HR process. Employee engagement remains to be a mission-critical part of ... Read More »

Saudi Arabia: Mobile App Keeps Women at Home – Human Rights Watch

The Saudi government Absher app on a phone in Jiddah, Saudi Arabia, which both allows people to pay traffic fines online, but also facilitates male guardians’ granting or denying women permission to travel. © 2019 Amr Nabil/AP Photo (Beirut) – Saudi Arabia’s mobile app Absher is used to prevent Saudi women from leaving their country without a male relative’s permission. In a ... Read More »

5 Ways You Could Monetize Your Mobile Apps – Entrepreneur

If you want to get greater returns on your investment, then you need to know these facts May 3, 2019 6 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. You’re reading Entrepreneur India, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media. Every business that is online is there to make money. They all try different ways and strategies to get ... Read More »

Watchdog Faults Facebook Over Mobile App 05/06/2019 – MediaPost Communications

The self-regulatory watchdog Children’s Advertising Review Unit has found that Facebook didn’t comply with the “spirit” of a federal privacy law, because the company’s mobile app allowed children to easily bypass an age-gate. “CARU looked exclusively at whether Facebook employed technology sufficient to prevent underage children from circumventing the age-screening process,” the watchdog wrote in an opinion released this week. ... Read More »

The App to Track Mobile Apps – CFO Magazine

In this third year of CFO’s Tech Companies to Watch, we found a notable shift in the applications being offered by vendors. In every functional area of the companies that made our annual list — process management, recruiting, travel expenses, receivables management, and compliance among them — the goal is unearthing the real story behind the data to make more ... Read More »

Smart Rain launches new IOS, Android mobile apps – Lawn & Landscape

Calabasas, CA – The recently launched Sperber Landscape Companies acquired Kujawa Enterprises, headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It’s Sperber’s first acquisition after officially launching in early April. As part of the acquisition, Chris Kujawa will become president of KEI, replacing Sally Kujawa, who retired. Joe Kujawa will stay on as a strategic advisor. “Our first acquisition is one that came with ... Read More »