7 mobile developer success strategies from Web Summit 2012

At last week's Web Summit in Dublin, several speakers and panel discussions touched on the notion of encouraging developers to think beyond the everyday interactions between users and smartphones and strive for functionality that elicits as much wonder as it does loyalty. With an audience of more than 3,000 people from 45 countries, the Web Summit brought together dozens of experts in mobility, cloud and digital marketing, but developers were a key area of interest as the conference played host to hundreds of startups vying for investor interest. FierceDeveloper was on the ground during the Web Summit and we compiled the following list of ideas, advice and food for thought for mobile app makers to consider. Special feature

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