This video gives an explanation of the mobile application platform, the features, and how it works. Using a platform diagram, Bill Novak, Mobile SA, explains the purpose of the platform and how it enables mobile app developers in the enterprise.
This 12 minute video gives a demo of the Red Hat Mobile Application Platform showing how to create a mobile project and use the backend services and other features to create and manage enterprise-grade mobile apps.
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Why mobile and containers? This short video gives a high level overview of how a container platform supports more efficient, consistent, and portable mobile app development. Running mobile workloads on OpenShift helps your developers avail of all the benefits of a container platform.
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Red Hat and Microsoft announce an expansion of their existing alliance to help enterprises more easily adopt containers and cloud-native applications.
This video will preview the content covered in the Red Hat JBoss Application Administration I (JB248) course and show a sample lecture, whiteboarding session and demonstration.
A demo of the Data Sync functionality on Red Hat Mobile Application Platform. Data Sync can be challenging for mobile app developers as it's not about standard transactions being transmitted back to a database.