July Bootstrap Week Recap: 5 Incredible Presentations That Will Help You Make the Most of Your App Development
It may be the middle of summer, but that doesn’t mean our Bootstrap Week Tutorials go on vacation. Last week, we welcomed companies from around the globe at our Bootstrap Week as they taught us how to use, develop, and test on their platforms. If you missed out, don’t worry, we have made the videos available on our YouTube channel.
July Bootstrap Tutorials
Bitbar presents: Automate Your Mobile App Testing with Real Devices
Learn how to make your mobile app development and testing super agile with the help of Testdroid and test automation. During this session, a hands-on approach to test automation is provided with examples, both in test case creation and execution.
AT&T Developer Program presents: What does Your App Look Like in 2G? Making Your Mobile App Flexibly Network Aware
With the rise of mobile-only Internet in the developing world, many mobile customers are on lower throughput/higher-latency networks than typically seen in major cities. How can developers discover how their app behaves on these constricted networks? We walk through techniques of testing on limited bandwidth, as well as discuss success stories of native mobile app optimizations.
Appery.io is the only cloud-based platform with visual development tools and integrated backend services. In this live coding session, you can learn how to build a complete mobile app with Appery.io. We create the app UI, add a cloud database, push notifications, and use REST APIs.
Crittercism presents: Mobile App Performance Monitoring and Optimization
Unfortunately, a technical issue kept this bootstrap from recording properly, but you can still view all of Crittercism’s videos and resources on their site.
AT&T U-verse presents: How to Start Using the U-verse Enabled SDK
Imagine the potential of leveraging apps that know what a user is watching on TV? Coupled that with the ability to interact with it! Listen to the U-verse story and learn about using the U-verse Enabled SDK to build second-screen apps.