Remember when Mark Zuckerberg blamed the problematic old Facebook mobile app--dubbed "freakishly slow" by some--on "betting too much on HTML 5?" So does backend-as-a-service (BAAS) provider Sencha, and to rebut Zuckerberg's assertion that using HTML5 was "one of [Facebook's] biggest mistakes," Sencha built its own mobile webapp, Fastbook, to demonstrate that HTML5 is ready for prime time.
Despite the rise in the number of programming languages and developer frameworks, it is still not an easy task to develop a mobile application powered by a server side infrastructure. You not only have to worry about selecting a platform/language of choice but also consider items like storage, application logic and much more. Parse and Box.net have come together to make things easier for you.
Qualcomm Life, a health network and wireless platform provider, has announced that the company has partnered with WebMD to provide consumers with a variety of digital health resources and tools. In addition, Qualcomm Life announced the limited release of the 2net Hub API and SDK Beta at the end of March 2013.