Join hosts Dan Quagliana, Head of Zebra's Developer Relations and Mark Jolley, EMEA Sales Engineer, as they share the table with Zebra EMEA CTO James Morley-Smith to learn how you can define user experience and user interface by examining a meal consisting of a banana, a pineapple and a bowl of cereal. The experience and how you eat them each will be very different - much like how one would develop. Think about it this way:
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Tune into to listen to our hosts Dan Quagliana and Mark Jolley as they interview Andy Zmolek, Android Enterprise Evangelist, and dig into Android and the enterprise. Android has made a huge investment on features since Lollipop and extras that are now popping up in Oreo. Collaboration with partners such as Zebra helps to better understand how Enterprise customers use Android devices and how that differs from consumer use.
There is a lot of talk about big data and analytics in the Enterprise these days and how there is a need to properly measure data. One purpose is to enable supply chain sector workers with the tools and solutions that will make them more efficient.
Are you struggling to easily build an Enterprise app across multiple platforms? Do you need to incorporate barcode scanning into your application? Are you a developer building apps with the Ionic Framework for Zebra devices?
Android prides itself on the security of the operating system and every new iteration of the platform enhances the security of both the hardware and the software. At Zebra, we take a proactive approach to Android security and in this talk we will walk you through some of the techniques we expose in addition to the standard Android security model:
In this talk, we review the new multiplatform package covering Java Android, C# and Java. We highlight the updates to the Java Card SDK, dive into the new C# and Android SDKs, which will include walking through the creation of an application with the new Android SDK for Card printers.
What does security mean for printers? Why do we need this? What does the future hold for printers?
It happens all the time, your end-user wants to use their existing web application on a fancy new device and some of the things they ask, are simply not there!
“There’s no hardware keyboard!”
“The web page is too small on this device!”