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AnyPresence Soups-up Enterprise MBaaS Platform:Part 2 of 2

by Martin Monroe on  Nov 04, 2013

There is so much to learn about the latest Mobile Backend as a Service provider AnyPresence's 5.0 platform geared for the enterprise that this second post was needed. Co-founder Rich Mendis provides further insight for InfoQ readers…

AnyPresence Soups up Enterprise MBaaS Platform- Part 1 of 2

by Martin Monroe on  Oct 30, 2013

Mobile Backend as a Service provider AnyPresence continues to hone their chops. Launching the fifth update to their self-titled platform geared for the enterprise. Co-founder Rich Mendis provides some insights for InfoQ readers…

Open Source Tablet Unveiled at JavaOne

by Dan Woods on  Sep 26, 2013

During this year's JavaOne conference, Oracle engineers unveiled a prototype tablet made with off-the-shelf parts and an interface built on Java SE 8. The "DukePad", as it is known, was revealed to attendees during the conference's technical keynote.

Ti.Next-What’s It All About Appcelerator?- Part 2 of 2

by Martin Monroe on  Aug 10, 2013

In his recent post, ‘Thoughts on Ti.Next’ for the Appcelerator web site, CEO Jeff Haynie talked about the reasons that the popular MBaaS provider is busy revamping Titanium, their signature SDK.

Distilling the Distillation of Vision Mobile’s Market Sense

by Martin Monroe on  Jun 11, 2013

Vision Mobile is a UK think tank whose periodic reports are geared to assist mobile developers and other players in the vast mobile ecosystem in making sense of the cacophony of mobile trends. Their reports provide informed guidance that can help devs make the best decision about where to concentrate their marketing efforts.

The Gospel of MBaaS- According to Anypresence Co-Founder (Part 2 of 2)

by Martin Monroe on  May 15, 2013 1

Part 2 of Infoq’s exclusive virtual interview with Anypresence cofounder Richard Mendis. The CMO weighs in on Facebook’s acquisition of competitor Parse and provides intel on the pricing structure of Anypresence.

Oracle Updates NetBeans for HTML5

by Charles Humble on  Feb 26, 2013

With the latest 7.3 release of NetBeans, Oracle has updated the IDE so developers can more easily build HTML5-based user interfaces for mobile and web applications, with code completion capabilities for HTML, JavaScript, and CSS3, and a new Nashorn-powered JavaScript editor. Netbeans also gains a new stand-alone JPQL editor that allows developers to test JPQL queries directly from the IDE.

Oracle Announces Open Source JavaFX for iOS and Android

by Charles Humble on  Feb 13, 2013 1

Oracle has announced plans to open source the iOS and Android implementations of its JavaFX UI platform "over the next couple of months", allowing developers to use the technology to write cross-platform applications for those platforms for the first time.

InfoQ Takes a Closer Look at Oracle’s ADF Mobile

by Martin Monroe on  Dec 03, 2012

Now that the dust has settled on the unveiling of Oracle’s Application Development Framework (ADF) Mobile, InfoQ examines the reactions to the product from the community.

EclipseCon 2012: Community Award Winners, Eclipse 4 Application Platform, and Orion 1.0

by Charles Humble on  Mar 27, 2012 2

The Eclipse Foundation has announced the winners of the annual Eclipse Community Awards on the opening day EclipseCon 2012. The awards recognize the top individuals, projects and technologies in the Eclipse ecosystem.

NetBeans 7.1 Shipped with JavaFX 2.0 and CSS3 Support

by Charles Humble on  Jan 05, 2012 7

Oracle have today released NetBeans 7.1, with a strong emphasis on GUI enhancements. The product includes developer support for JavaFX 2.0, significant updates to the Swing Builder (Matisse), and tools for visual debugging of both JavaFX and Swing user interfaces. For web GUI, NetBeans continues to flesh out its already strong HTML 5 coverage, adding support for CSS3.

Java 7 Now Includes JavaFX

by Charles Humble on  Dec 30, 2011 22

Just before Christmas, Oracle released a second update to Java SE 7, and a 30th for Java SE 6. As part of the Java 7 release, the Java Development Kit (JDK) now includes the SDK for developing JavaFX applications and, the JavaFX Runtime is now installed with the JRE.

Oracle Sets Out Two Year Plan for Client-side Java

by Charles Humble on  Oct 21, 2011 2

Given that Oracle is predominantly focused on enterprise software, it has been tempting to assume that the vendor would largely ignore client-side Java. It became clear at JavaOne this year, however, that Oracle is making a renewed push on the desktop, spearheaded by JavaFX. It will also be open-sourcing the entire JavaFX platform via OpenJDK.

JavaOne 2011 Strategy Keynote: Java ME, SE an EE Future Roadmaps

by Srini Penchikala on  Oct 05, 2011

Java EE next release will support cloud computing, multi-tenancy, elasticity and caching features. Oracle team presented the future product roadmaps for Java ME, SE and EE platforms at JavaOne 2011 Conference on Tuesday. Twitter also announced during the keynote that they are joining Java Community Process (JCP) and OpenJDK project.

JavaFX 2.0 Released, Java 9 Outlined During JavaOne Keynote

by Charles Humble on  Oct 03, 2011

Mark Reinhold, Chief Architect for Java at Oracle, gave details of developments in Java 8 and beyond, and announced the GA release of JavaFX 2.0 during his keynote session at the JavaOne conference in San Francisco.

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