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5 Lessons I Learned the Hard Way to Running a Successful Mobile Project

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5 lessons I learned the hard way to running a successful mobile project.. here goes :
Mobile is not WebThis seems obvious at first but there has been a lot of unlearning along the way that needed to happen. Web projects have the heft of enterprise servers behind them and the browser is just a dumb interface. With mobile, what you have instead is a “smart” interface that can drive how the app behaves.
Source: mlabs.boston-technology.com
A mobile phone is not a dumb web based interface or terminal to a central system.

It is a context and time sensitive distributed network of computing power with end point sensor abilities. On very thin communication lines with very limited robustness. Over public networks with an increased risk of losing data because of easily lost devices.

The true power of mobile computing will be released only when you understand mobility.

Read More: http://pingpal.io/2014/07/5-lessons-i-learned-the-hard-way-to-running-a-successful-mobile-project/