Extending the value of your Java applications means more than just moving to the cloud. Business demands adding new functionality and opportunities to drive value. In this webcast, Java developer and Mobile Dev Advocate, Marek Sadowski, will show how you can build a Java application using MobileFirst, Watson cognitive services to trigger refined messaging with Twilio and Sendgrid for IoT-robotics and mobile communications.
With Bluemix, you can quickly build, manage and run a range of applications-including web, mobile, big data, and new smart devices-on an open-standard, cloud-based platform. It's free of charge for 30 days and includes many services with free plans, all available with the click on a button in just a few minutes.
IBM Bluemix OpenWhisk is an event-driven compute platform, which executes application logic in milliseconds in response to events or direct invocations from web/mobile apps or other endpoints. OpenWhisk is a great choice when you want to focus on code and core logic and never have to worry about servers or availability again.
Stephanie Trunzo, chief creative officer at PointSource, explains how the mobile strategy and development company uses cloud-based IBM DevOps services for Bluemix to build, manage and run apps, enabling teams to eliminate the project overhead associated with setting up infrastructure and begin delivering project value immediately.
Watch this short overview video to learn what makes the IBM MobileFirst Platform different from other mobile app development platforms and how it's designed to address some of the common challenges inherent in building, integrating and managing great mobile apps.
In this case study, learn how MSLC was able to view code changes instantly, eliminate redeployment wait time, and subsequently streamline application development and change management.