Dan Bricklin joins the editor-in-chief of Software Development Times to discuss critical issues in mobile app development for businessAlpha Anywhere has been getting quite a bit of visibility lately and the latest piece in SD Times hits a couple of key notes about mobile app development for business. Following an interview with CTO Dan Bricklin, David Rubinstein, editor-in-chief of SD Times, focused on a couple of critical themes:
The need for businesses to "crank out" mobile apps at a rapid pace to meet business demands, and the dilemma facing those who have built apps using MS Access and are left without a bridge to the mobile world. In both cases, Alpha Anywhere gets developers where they need to go.For business, Alpha Anywhere enables cross platform applications to be rapidly built and to be deployed on everything from smartphones to tablets to desktops, notebooks and touchscreen computers. For MS Access developers, Alpha Anywhere provides an easy path to move applications to the wed and mobile devices. Both of these issues are critical to web and mobile app development for business, and the solution for both lies in Alpha Anywhere.