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Category: Application Resource Optimizer
by Doug Sillars Posted on 03.15.2017 02:07 PM
There has been a lot of reports in the news during the last few months about politicians allegedly using non-secure/non-governmental e-mail servers, including concerns about hackers obtaining sensitive information. See how you can use AT&T Video Optimizer to check the security level of your e-mail password.
by Doug Sillars Posted on 02.14.2017 11:14 AM
We just released Application Resource Optimizer 6.0 with a ton of new features including a way to test streaming video. See what’s new in the latest version.
by Doug Sillars Posted on 02.14.2017 09:38 AM
AT&T Application Resource Optimizer (ARO) rebranded as Video Optimizer. We’re providing the same functionality found in ARO, but are also adding features to help you test and optimize video streaming.
by Andrea Morton Posted on 11.17.2016 11:43 AM
On October 21st & 22nd, the 2016 Big Android BBQ (BABBQ) was held in Hurst, Texas. The annual event is a way for developers and enthusiasts can come together to share information, make connections, and have some fun. Learn more about the topics covered from Pete Rembiszewski, AT&T Principal Product Engineer – APIs, who spoke at the event.
by Doug Sillars Posted on 10.19.2016 02:01 PM
We are in the midst of a highly-contested 2016 presidential race here in the U.S. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are drumming up support for their cause in any way they can, and everywhere they go, smartphones follow. Both campaigns have mobile apps: Hillary 2016 and America First. My team at AT&T has built the Application Resource Optimizer (ARO), a free tool for testing your application for data usage, battery drain, and other performance issues. With this in mind, I thought it might be a fun exercise to look at how the apps of the top presidential candidates behave, and if there is room for improvement.
by Andrea Morton Posted on 09.22.2016 05:13 PM
We are extremely excited to announce the release of the Application Resource Optimizer (ARO) version 5.1. ARO 5.1 has a number of great new innovations and tools that will make understanding your mobile application’s performance easier.
by Andrea Morton Posted on 09.19.2016 02:44 PM
HTTP is the framework that the web (and networked mobile apps) is built on. Nearly every file delivered on the web and in mobile applications uses HTTP for the transport. However, data sent via HTTP is not sent securely, meaning that if it is intercepted, it can be read by anyone. This best practice looks at the benefits of using HTTPS, a highly-secure version of HTTP, to help prevent intercepted data from being read.
by Andrea Morton Posted on 12.09.2015 03:36 PM
The ARO team has been working hard to release the 5.0 Beta version of the AT&T Application Resource Optimizer (ARO). Get a preview of what to expect in the next version.
by Andrea Morton Posted on 12.04.2015 05:38 PM
At the end of October, Doug Sillars traveled to Amsterdam to present at O’Reilly’s Velocity Conference. While in “neighborhood”, he also spoke at the Øredev Conference in Malmo, Sweden. See what he learned at both of these developer oriented gatherings.
by Andrea Morton Posted on 11.17.2015 08:15 AM
With hundreds of thousands of mobile apps in the market, a great idea is not enough in itself: you also need quality in delivery and effective marketing to succeed. AQuA’s Martin Wrigley, Executive Director at App Quality Alliance (AQuA) describes some of the help available to avoid common quality pitfalls.