Flutter: Your New Friend for Mobile App Development

The situation for mobile development has been painful. The two major platforms don’t support any common conventional programming language. Mind you, this is an improvement from several years ago when it seemed there were four platforms, again with no common language. BlackBerry OS 10 and Windows Mobile have since fallen off the bottom. Even so, […]
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Eavesdropping On Mobile Phones And Why We Need To Keep On Our Toes

Most of us in North America, Europe and much of the rest of the world trust in the confidentiality of our conversations on our mobile phones. There are still places, though, where that’s not the case. In those areas mobile phones aren’t encrypted. When we use a phone in those areas we don’t bother to […]
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New Course: Mobile Application and Device Security: Hands-On

Learning Tree is introducing a new course in October entitled “Mobile Application And Device Security” (Course 2781). You can find the details at the course page. Just about every technical publication seems to have articles about BYOD or mobile device security. This is a big issue for most enterprises. Everyone seems to have a table […]
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Can a Tablet Replace a Laptop?

The challenge: try to survive for an entire week using an Android tablet instead of a laptop. Working both as a consultant and instructor inevitably requires spending a great deal of time away from the home office. Lugging a laptop has become habitual: I even take the thing on holiday with me! As a significant […]
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Improved Device Detection with ASP.NET

This is a follow up to my last post where I did a quick-and-dirty hack to get around the limitations of ASP.NET’s built-in isMobileDevice property. At the end of that post, I said I was going to wait and see if Microsoft did a better job next time around before I went to the trouble […]
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