New Mobile Native Foundation to Foster Development Collaboration

Linux Foundation hosts effort to improve processes and technologies for large-scale mobile Android and iOS applications Lyft makes initial contributions.

SAN FRANCISCO Calif. March 2 2021 The Linux Foundation the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source today announced the Mobile Native Foundation MNF. The MNF will bring developers together to improve processes and technologies that support large-scale Android and iOS applications. Organizations contributing to this effort include Airbnb Capital One Corellium Elotl Flare.build GitHub GogoApps Haystack Line LinkedIn Lyft Microsoft Peloton Robinhood Sauce Labs Screenplay.dev Slack Solid Software Spotify Square and Uber.

Like many of our industry peers Lyft discovered that platform vendors did not solve all of the problems we faced as our mobile team grew from a dozen engineers to hundreds of active contributors said Keith Smiley Staff Engineer Lyft. The Mobile Native Foundation will foster a diverse community that encourages collaboration and builds libraries and tools to move the industry forward.

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