HTML5 and its future on display at Mobile World Congress

HTML5.pngIt’s been HP’s mission to help enterprises bridge the gap between customers and service providers (SPs), to provide universal access to applications, data and people.

With the launch of HP Anywhere (which supports HTML5), that bridge has been built. Now it is easier for enterprise departments to accomplish:

 

 

 

  1. Development
  2. Deployment
  3. Management

Additionally, the HP Anywhere Developer Zone provides:

  1. Software Developer kits
  2. Demonstration applications
  3. Educational videos

I encourage you to read this great article by Alain Decartes, Strategic Software Initiatives Lead, Cloud and Service Providers, HP Software Marketing. In this post he provides in-depth information regarding HTML 5 along with what HP Anywhere is doing in terms of helping making it easier for enterprise departments to develop, deploy and manage mobile applications that run on multiple devices such as Apple's iPad and iPhone and Android-based devices.

 

Relative links

  1. HP Anywhere  
  2. HP Anywhere Developer Zone 
  3. Mobile World Congress Application Planet 
  4. Mobile apps confidently. ‘A lifecycle approach for communications service providers’ [white paper]
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Rick Barron is a Program Manager for various aspects of the PM team and HPSW UX/UI team; and working on UX projects associated with HP.com. ...
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