The mobile wallet, which is also called mWallet, digital wallet, or eWallet, refers to a mobile technology that is used similarly to a real wallet.

HTML5 refers to the markup language and core technology that is used for both creating and displaying content across the internet.

Integrated development environment (IDE) refers to a type of software application that provides computer programmers with inclusive facilities for developing software.

Software development lifecycle (SDLC) refers to the structure that is applied to a software product’s development.

Mobile field service software refers to applications that are used by either field service technicians or dispatchers to diagnose issues, determine the information and parts that are required, and deploy them to the worksite or the client.

Mobile application platform refers to the development environment where mobile applications are created and coded.

Enterprise mobile application refers to a mobile application that is used in the business world to solve the problems of an enterprise.

Mobile application server refers to a server that hosts, installs, and operates mobile applications and other services.

Multi-channel development refers to the ability to use a single development platform to support many different operating systems and methods of deployment.