The basics of the Internet of Things includes the things, wired or wireless connectivity, the data, edge gateways, a platform to capture and organize the data, apps and analytics, visualizations plus the ability to take actions on derived insights.
Just like IoT devices, mobile apps should be instrumented to send usage, feedback, error and engagement telemetry to analytic systems.
Cross-platform tools allow developers to repurpose existing skills to accelerate native, multi-platform mobile development.
A mobile app must be its own fortress and never assume platforms are encrypted, authenticated, use VPN or require a PIN for security.
Intermittent wireless connectivity requires mobile apps to follow sync patterns using pre-fetched data via APIs and offline local storage.
The use of remote pixel projection technology to view Win32 apps on mobile devices should be considered nothing more than an interim workaround.
Migrate Win32 apps with complex user interfaces to mobile apps where each screen is focused on a single task or idea.
There’s a cheat sheet to rapidly and cheaply migrate Win32 desktop apps to touchable Windows laptops, convertibles and tablets.