Exploring the Developer Skills Needed to Build Apps with MobileCaddy

The MobileCaddy framework removes a great deal of the hard work for developers tasked with building sophisticated enterprise mobile apps. This means the business investing in the app won’t need to seek new developer skills or spend to recruit new team members thanks to MobileCaddy, and the developers can focus entirely on delivering the app itself. This article will detail the many ways the framework makes this possible, giving the business complete confidence it will be getting the app it needs.

 

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You’ll always need capable, competent people to build a mobile app which can add value to an organisation beyond the obvious improvements to basic worker productivity. That’s why finding a solution which allows the people you already have to rely on their existing skills and focus on delivering that app, rather than working on tedious, time-consuming development, is so important.

With the MobileCaddy Application Delivery Framework, developers can quickly and easily build these more advanced mobile apps using a familiar set of skills, as the solution removes the need for specialist development, and provides helpful guidance across all stages of the project.

Here, we’ll answer key questions our partners and clients ask us about the skills needed to begin a mobile project on the Salesforce platform using the MobileCaddy Application Delivery Framework.

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Hidden Salesforce Spring ’17 Security Update Could Prove Fatal for Android Apps

Android-AppsThe upcoming Salesforce Spring ‘17 release will include restrictions to its security policy for mobile applications that are submitted to the Google Play Store, something which will affect anyone running Salesforce mobile apps on Android. Read on to learn what has changed, how it may affect your apps, and how it can be fixed.

Pre-release testing uncovers unwelcome updates

An interesting discovery was made last week during a routine pre-release test for Salesforce’s Spring ‘17 update, made by our Salesforce Pre-Release QA Administrator when testing MobileCaddy in the pre-release testing box on an Android device.

This advanced testing, designed to preemptively rectify any potential challenges or unexpected errors well ahead of time, surfaced a problem where MobileCaddy apps within the Google Play Store were failing. From our position as a Salesforce Partner, we use 10 full enterprise pre-release orgs, in varying configurations, to ensure all of our apps continue to function (this includes the Apple App Store, the Google Play store, and the Salesforce App Exchange).

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