“SAP plans to build the first 100 applications,” Loftus reports. “Some will be industry-specific, addressing fields such as health care and retail. But as Steve Lucas, SAP’s president for platform solutions, tells CIO Journal’s Steven Norton, the hope is that developers will take advantage of the software development kit to create applications of their own.”
Loftus reports, “The new SDK uses Apple’s Swift, an open source programming language, that has become a major enterprise player in the last couple years.”
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