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Wu,Jennifer PCs, Laptops & Handheld Devices
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    The Mobile Development Sphere: Creating Strategies for Success Development of mobile applications began outpacing that of traditional Web and desktop apps in 2013. Determining the correct approaches and building strategies is the difference between scaling to handle the drive of mobile or failure. Key areas requiring focus include security, authentication, development, testing, deployment and management.