Researchers at the University of Washington and the University at Buffalo have developed a simple mobile app that could allow people to create, share and manage mob programming projects on smartphones.
The app, Mob Programming, is available in the Apple App Store and Google Play stores and will be released to the public in the coming weeks, the researchers said.
Mob Programming allows users to create and share mob programming tasks with other people through the use of social media.
The apps can also be used for peer-to-peer network communication.
Mob Programming is a collaborative platform, the team said.
The study is published in the journal Nature Communications.
Researchers from the University and the university’s Department of Computer Science, along with Cornell University, applied for a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to develop Mob Programming for mobile applications.
The researchers say the app is a new type of mobile app because it uses a simple interface that could be adapted to any smartphone and allow people of all ages to use mob programming.
The app is designed to be simple and straightforward and, as such, it could easily be adapted by users, the scientists said.
While Mob Programming works with Android phones and iPads, it also works with iPhones, iPads, iPhones, and other mobile devices, they said.
“Mob Programming is an easy way to make a social network work, and this makes it a good fit for mobile phones,” said Alex Borkowski, a researcher with the Department of Computational Intelligence at Cornell University.
“Users can easily collaborate and share Mob Programming tasks.”
The researchers also said Mob Programming could be used to make mobile applications that are open source, and they hope to use Mob Programming to build open source projects to be developed by the Mob Programming community.