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Mobile Mondays

Jenna
December 10th, 2016
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Welcome to Mobile Mondays! Check back every other Monday for an updated post, with new Mobile Monday content!

12-12-16: All About Enterprise

Enterprise mobile applications are just like consumer applications, except they are developed by an organization for use by its employees. There are few things that you must keep in mind, that are different when developing a consumer-facing application, versus an enterprise mobile application.

11-07-16: Automated Application Testing

Automated testing is key when it comes to testing mobile applications. You will often find errors that you did not come across while manually testing the app.

11-07-16: Automated Application Testing

Download the whitepaper here. Automated testing is key when it comes to testing mobile applications. You will often find errors that you did not come across while manually testing the app.

10-25-16: 7 Mobile App Engagement Techniques

Download the whitepaper here. Do you manage a mobile app and struggle coming up with ways to increase user engagement? This downloadable whitepaper gives you seven solid ways to increase your user’s engagement. If you need help implementing these strategies, email us at go@codal.com.

10-10-16: Don’t Miss These New Features in iOS 10!

Download the whitepaper here. The first post of the Mobile Mondays series is on new hidden features in iOS 10 that you don’t want to be missing.

Interested or working with Codal or wondering how much does it cost to develop an app at Codal? Contact us here.

Jenna Erickson
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Jenna

Jenna is the Marketing Manager at Codal, blogger, and technology + startup enthusiast. With a responsibility of Codal's marketing programs and brand management, she is always strategizing new ways to reach clients through content and inbound marketing tactics. In her free time, Jenna enjoys traveling, cooking and reading.

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