Healthcase services company, Dimagi, resolved database scalability and performance issues with IBM Cloudant Dedicated Cluster, providing a DBaaS solution that enables them to focus on their business of developing apps to improve health outcomes.
Learn how Continuous Deployment solutions can help you accelerate development timelines, increase the quality of applications and reduce dev/test costs—all in service of achieving your digital transformation goals.
Where are you on the continuous delivery journey and what’s your next move? Learn about the typical evolution of enterprise application delivery and what’s needed to deliver high-quality applications faster than ever before, continuously.
Digital transformation is changing the way applications are developed, tested, moved through environments and released into production—and it’s putting new demands on IT teams with which they’re struggling to keep up. Explore these challenges impacting digital transformation goals today.
This paper aims to outline the deployment options available when you select IBM® Cloudant® as your JSON store.
When its Big Win Soccer game hit number one just two days after release, Hothead Games knew it needed a more scalable database to sustain its rapid growth. The company chose IBM Cloudant and has since smoothly launched four new chart-topping Big Win games.
Xamarin.Forms provides a variety of basic cross-platform native mobile controls, but sometimes you need to build your own. At Xuni, we create custom controls, and soon you will, too.
Understand the changes you need to make to a Windows Installer (MSI) installation package in order for it to behave as the desired type of update or patch.
Read this eBooklet for an overview of the risks involved in using APIs for integrating applications via web technology and learn five simple solutions to counter the common threats.
Read this 12-page guide to learn the keys to REST and API design. It covers how to make connections work and using URIs for identification, media types for representation, header+body for self-describing messages, and links and forms for hypermedia.