Mobile Apps Monitoring With IBM Bluemix
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One of the great capabilities of Bluemix is that developers can see information about how their mobile apps are used in a server side dashboard. This includes usage statistics, network traffic and devices types as well as client side logs. Being able to see logs from all mobile devices is very useful since physical access to devices is obviously hard and sometimes not possible.
In order to use this functionality Bluemix provides the Mobile Client Access service and SDKs for iOS, Android and hybrid apps.
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This blog post will cover how I developed Blindsist app for Xhacknight.
The app was developed using Xamarin.Forms, targeting 3 major platforms (iOS, Android and Windows Phone) same time.
Blindsist is a simple one page application. Objective of the application is taking a photo using Smartphone, The photo is then uploaded to IBM Bluemix using REST Api. IBM Bluemix returns the data in Json format, which will be parsed and spoken out using Native Text to Speech services.
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You may have already heard about IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation and its capabilities. Some of the industry-grade features like security frameworkthat it provides may have appealed to you and you now want to try it! You can do this in under 5 minutes, without downloading any software and without running around to find a machine to install it on!
Typically when you build a POC or demo of a mobile app with MobileFirst Platform,
After this the fun begins. What if your boss or client wants to try the app for themselves and show it to their teams? This means you had to keep your laptop running or find a desktop where you could install the developer studio. When was the last time you looked for a desktop? And it gets more fun if you are a remote worker working off a mobile internet dongle and the clients cannot get into your base office intranet.