Mobile application development

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About Mobile application development

Mobile application development is increasingly important as the Web becomes more and more available on the go. Extending services and Web applications to make them more compatible with the ever-growing wealth of mobile devices that are now accessing the Internet – smartphones, iPods, notebooks and more—can be quite a challenge. Find best practices and how-to resources for architects and developers working on mobile Web service projects within a service-oriented architecture. We cover mobile development for many popular mobile operating systems, including Android and the iOS among others.