Appdome Blog

Welcome Lifekee to the Appdome App Publishers Program!

October 19, 2017

Lifekee, a smart and dynamic address book that helps users connect better with the world is the latest ISV to join the Appdome App Publishers program. Appdome customers can now fuse any of the mobile services on the Appdome platform with the Lifekee app.

Tags: lifekee

On-Demand Webinar: Building Mobile Apps? Automate the top 3 priorities.

October 18, 2017
Appdome recently did a joint webinar with one of our esteemed partners, Capriza to present on how product managers can reduce their time to market when adding new functionalities/features to their apps. If you missed the webinar, don’t worry! Now you can watch it on demand.

Tags: Mobile, Capriza, Product Management

The Achilles Heel in Mobile Strategies - SDK Integration

October 12, 2017

SDKs are designed to reduce development burden required to implement services. They aid enterprises in adding desired capabilities and features to apps, without having to develop them internally. For this very reason, mobile app developers prefer SDKs as they serve as ‘building blocks’ for connecting apps to mobile services during the development cycle. But once the app has been compiled, integrating an SDK usually requires modification of the source code. And that’s the “no fun” part of a developer’s job.

Tags: SDK, Mobile SDKs, mobile SDK

Dilbert Needs Appdome

October 11, 2017

Poor Dilbert. If only he knew about Appdome. Appdome is the solution to all his problems. It’s a simple and easy 3-step process. Fully automated and without needing to write any code.

Appdome Introduces Teams and Branding for DevOps-Class Continuous Integration Experience

September 27, 2017

Today, we announced yet another game-changing update – Appdome for Teams and a new Branding step in our workflow! Appdome for Teams is a social workplace model for Dev-Ops class mobile integration, and Branding allows users to change/add app icons and make other app customizations.

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