Excited about attending the Red Hat Summit, I take a quick look at the sessions on the Mobility & IoT Track. These sessions cover the spectrum by introducing the attendees to innovative solutions as well as sharing experience based insight on how the mobile platform has been integrated with enterprise backend systems.
The 2016 Red Hat Summit in San Francisco is fast approaching and there’s a great line up of mobile-related presentations, demos and customer case studies for our visitors to plan for their upcoming participation at Red Hat Summit and DevNation.
At Red Hat Mobile, we have been working hard over the last several months on exciting new technologies. Today we are happy to announce the general availability of Red Hat Mobile Application Platform 4.0.
Just as the industrial revolution of the 18th and 19th centuries changed our way of life with machines, digital transformation is set to disrupt today’s organizations beyond recognition. Previously successful models will be rendered obsolete; indeed, businesses that have grown up with rigid, structured legacy technologies built around predictable, repeatable steps may find themselves under threat from “digital Darwinism”.
Following the announcement from Parse on January 28th that they will be shutting down operations in a year’s time, Red Hat has been working on a detailed migration guide to assist existing Parse enterprise customer migrate their services to the Red Hat Mobile Application Platform (RHMAP)
2016 will see CocoaPods make the big step of going version 1.0 (Yay!) and RHMAP embracing CocoaPods (Yay! Yay!).
In RHMAP v3.8.0 all your Studio iOS templates are based on CocoaPods. Broadly adopted by iOS developers, chances are that you might have already encountered a CocoaPods project (if not, no worries, this post will guide you through).