Code obfuscation helps to protect a mobile app’s internal logic, intellectual property, frameworks, language, and structure. It makes the “reading” of an app’s binary/compiled code difficult and impractical. It aims to confuse and frustrate hackers while they try to uncover how an app works. Learn more about code obfuscation »
2017 has been an amazing year for exploring the mobile landscape. In talking to customers, partners and analysts, I’ve learned a lot. Several of you have been asking for my insight or opinions of where the market is heading in 2018. In no particular order, here is what I think.
Automated multi-service, multi-vendor, multi-platform mobile service integration is the holy grail of the mobile app landscape. Delivering on the promise enables companies to create any mobile experience employees and other users need to be productive. At the same time, it also allows mobile administrators to connect apps with existing or planned enterprise IT services in a flexible and dynamic manner.