Opinion: The art of perfecting business-to-business apps

Take a look at Apple's iOS app ecosystem, and you'll see three distinct markets: consumer, enterprise, and business to business. The App Store catering to the consumer market is easily the most developed, with almost two million apps to choose from and fully realized revenue streams supported through subscriptions and ads.

Enterprise apps are far less common. They're distributed through mobile device management (MDM) platforms like Jamf or AirWatch, which means they involve a...

Python: Is it right for my business?

There is a plethora of choice when it comes to different programming languages. Python is just one of many widely used, but boasts the likes of Google, Youtube, Instagram and Spotify as some of the household names adopting it. 

So, why should a business choose Python over the likes of Java for its programming language and what role does Python play? These decisions are more complex than a simple, ‘pros and cons’ list in software development. Each has different use cases, and...

Twilio’s new tools assist with communication in a pandemic and beyond

Twilio has announced its latest batch of tools to help enterprise developers build the solutions to communicate effectively with customers during a time when it’s needed more than ever. 

The latest developer tools were announced at this year’s Twilio SIGNAL conference⁠—which itself has been forced to be held virtually for the first time due to the pandemic.

COVID-19 has disrupted all of our lives, but we’re fortunately more prepared than ever to adapt thanks...

Elon Musk is not ‘for or against’ decentralised platform Ethereum

Elon Musk says he's not "for or against" decentralised platform Ethereum, following rumours of using it for a project.

Musk was responding to a tweet from cryptocurrency proponent William Shatner, of Captain James T. Kirk fame from Star Trek. The tweet from Shatner was originally posted back in May, but Musk took time off from launching shuttles to respond this week:

https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1278730873999949824

Unlike Bitcoin, Ethereum is designed to be...

Amazon Honeycode helps businesses develop apps without code

Amazon has announced Honeycode, a new tool which promises to help businesses develop mobile and web apps without coding knowledge.

The new tool comes specifically from Amazon Web Services and is designed to help their clients to craft interactive apps using a simple visual builder.

Amazon promises Honeycode will enable businesses to “create applications that range in complexity from a task-tracking application for a small team to a project management system that...