3-Tier-App in mobile development is an alternate way to create the mobile stack. It is mainly focused on offloading data processing to a cloud infrastructure rather than the mobile itself. This saves the battery and computing power of the mobile. Mashup APIs leverage Apigeeâ€™s API platform to mashup different APIs in the cloud infrastructure itself instead of making multiple API calls from the mobile. Mobile app developers often have a need to expose their own APIs. Apigeeâ€™s platform provides a way to do that with minimal effort and zero cost. Both these themes are a proposal to architect the mobile stack in a different and efficient way, which is beneficial for both developers and end app users.
Speaking at the event, Srinivasulu Grandhi, VP and Managing Director, Apigee (India) said, â€œWe are in the middle of a digital transformation and all businesses, large or small, need to develop a digital presence in order to survive. They need to create sustainable competitive advantage and win market leadership under the new rules of the programmable world. With Apithon, our aim is to create awareness for the developer community to learn new ways of programming and not just learn but hack to glory by building cool new, contextually rich experiences.â€
One interesting app was the one where the colors of the lights changed as per the music played. This was built during the Apithon itself while using the App platform provided by Apigee! As computing and connectivity dramatically increased over the years, the critical mass of computing power has moved further away from the center to the edge – from glass rooms, to office desks to coat pockets. This cumulative effect has brought us to the tipping point of a programmable world.
The mood of the event was very informal with developers being pampered with snacks around and beddings rolled up. Most of the developers said that they have never felt so much comfort in other hackathons that they have attended. They were well taken care of by Apigee. Mr.Grandhi also had an interaction with some of the top bloggers and influencers in Bangalore like Aravind Balakrishnan, Nivedith Gajapathy, Raghavendra Satish Peri, Avinash Jois, Suman Prasad, Vinay Kashyap and Hrish Thota. The discussion was about the evolution of apps over the years, the support provided by Apigee for App developers and also creation of some accessibility apps. The bloggers were impressed by the wonderful ecosystem created by Apigee for app developers.
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