#IoT Strategies and #Mobile #Apps for the #COVID19 Pandemic Response
With #COVID19 sweeping the globe, knowledge is our best weapon in fighting this pandemic and associated economic collapse. #DigitalTwin technology is perfectly suited to represent people who have symptoms, are infected, or have recovered.
Yes, #IoT and #Twitter are truly birds of a feather.
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, #mobile Windows laptops, convertibles and tablets.
Migrate confusing Win32 apps with tiny controls to touch-first #mobile apps with large fonts and UI elements while including gesture support and proper spacing.
Migrate Win32 applications using a #mobile database like FoxPro, dBase, Access and SQL Server Compact to SQLite across all mobile devices.
Convert Win32 applications using local interprocess communications (IPC) to #mobile apps that securely send data to each other via contracts.
Awaken those one-dimensional, client/server applications to all the sensors found on #mobile devices that make them richly personal.
Replace your large, complex, monolithic Win32 apps that still provide business value with multiple, single-purpose #mobile apps.