To look at the whole report, you can read it from here:
In short, we are seeing the new trends in technology, business, politics and market landscape is moving to allow better competition and creates better platforms.
In technology, we have better network bandwidth, better cloud computing, better consuming device (ipad/iphone) and better content generation tools like iBook Author.
In business, we have seen recent trends in education, from traditional education, to distant learning with the materials downloaded/sent to you via DVD, and then to e-learning when you can get interactions with teachers in the online place. The e-education would bring it further, to help you with more interactions with the teachers, with other students, and you can study wherever and whenever you like.
Here are some suggested frameworks for iOS development, since I have used all of them quite a lot. I think they are good frameworks/libraries that you may need to know. It could save you a good amount of time in researching and reinventing the wheel.
CorePlot : Core Plot is a plotting framework for OS X and iOS. It provides 2D visualization of data, and is tightly integrated with Apple technologies like Core Animation, Core Data, and Cocoa Bindings.
CocoaHTTPServer is a small, lightweight, embeddable HTTP server for Mac OS X or iOS applications.
Sometimes developers need an embedded HTTP server in their app. Perhaps it’s a server application with remote monitoring. Or perhaps it’s a desktop application using HTTP for the communication backend. Or perhaps it’s an iOS app providing over-the-air access to documents. Whatever your reason, CocoaHTTPServer can get the job done. It provides: