Mobile Developers Armed with Best Practices

Mobile Developers Armed with Best Practices

The Unified Testing Initiative (UTI) is a non-profit organization focused on mobile application quality, and its members include AT&T, LG, Motorola, Nokia, Oracle, Orange, Samsung and Vodafone. The group has just released its Best Practice Guidelines for Developing Quality Mobile Applications a set of cross-platform standards for improving apps.

“Developers who make quality ‘priority-one’ are well-positioned to succeed in a mobile market where billions of applications are downloaded every year,” said UTI chair Martin Wrigley. “Whether an application is built using Java ME, Android or Symbian, the UTI guidelines serve as an important resource for helping developers deliver more high-quality apps to market.”

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