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Continuous Delivery Challenges in Mobile Development

by Manuel Pais on  Jul 14, 2014

Jesper Richter-Reichhelm, Head of Engineering at Wooga, spoke at GOTO Amsterdam 2014 about some of the challenges teams face developing mobile games with a continuous delivery mindset. In particular Jesper stressed how lack of control over the software delivery process on mobile nearly crashed their business.

App Extensions for iOS 8 in Depth

by Sergio De Simone on  Jul 10, 2014

Apple recently announced app extensions for iOS 8, which allow developers to extend functionality and content beyond the boundaries of a single app. Learn what iOS 8 app extensions are and how they work.

Apple Announces New iOS 8 SDK and Developer Tools

by Sergio De Simone on  Jun 04, 2014 2

At its 2014 Worldwide Developer Conference, Apple announced its new mobile operating system, iOS 8, alongside new SDKs and development tools. New Apple software includes over 4000 new APIs, including all new frameworks such as HealthKit, HomeKit, and CloudKit, and enhancements to the platform gaming capabilities. Apple also announced a new language aiming at being the successor to Objective-C.

Apple Releases Swift, a High-performance High-level Language for iOS and OSX

by Alex Blewitt on  Jun 03, 2014 6

Today at WWDC 2014, Apple announced the beta availability of a new programming language, swift, which is set to ship with iOS 8 and OSX Yosemite later this year. Swift is a high-level programming language that will be familiar to JavaScript developers, but is compiled using LLVM to produce highly performant executable code for both OSX and iOS platforms.

Apple Improves iOS Devices Deployment and Management for Enterprise and Education

by Sergio De Simone on  Mar 26, 2014 1

Apple has recently announced some changes to its Device Enrollment and Volume Purchase Programs aiming at improving large-scale deployment of iOS devices to enterprise and education customers interested in deploying company-owned iOS devices or instituting a "bring your own device" (BYOD) policy.

Apple Offering Microsite about UI Design for iOS 7

by Sergio De Simone on  Mar 14, 2014

Apple is offering registered iOS developers a new microsite collecting in a central location videos, documents, and whitepapers about User Interface design for iOS 7. The new site aims at providing developers with the necessary information "to build polished, engaging, and intuitive apps for iOS 7."

Thirty Years of the Apple Mac

by Alex Blewitt on  Jan 23, 2014

Thirty years ago, Apple unveiled the Mac in a seminal advert entitled 1984. InfoQ looks at the history of the Mac and shows the connection between that point and the system you're reading this post on.

Apps Have to be iOS 7 Compatible by February 1st

by Ralph Winzinger on  Jan 16, 2014

Apple recently announced that iOS applications have to be iOS 7 compatible by February, 1st. To submit new applications or application updates to the iTunes Store, developers have to build their applications with XCode 5 and apps have to be optimized for iOS7. Compatibility with iOS 7 includes changing the UI according to the current Human Interface Guidelines and adapting API changes.

Carrier IQ's Magnolia Mansourkia Mobley Sets the Record Straight About Mobile Analytic Products

by Martin Monroe on  Jan 09, 2014

In 2011 Trevor Eckhart found logs on his device that he believed were associated with Carrier iQ data. Our response at the time, which has since been confirmed by a detailed FTC investigation, is that the data collection logs were associated with and used by the manufacturer of the device, not Carrier iQ. They were not Carrier iQ logs.

Apple Now Allows Downloading Previous Versions of iOS Apps

by Ralph Winzinger on  Sep 19, 2013 3

Since the release of iOS 7 brings a whole new interface design for iPhone applications, developers might be forced to rework the user-interface of their iPhone apps as well, to match Apple's new Human Interface Guidelines. Apps designed for iOS 7 would be inappropriate for users who can't upgrade to the current iOS version, but Apple now also allows downloading previous versions of apps.

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.

NucliOS: Build iOS Apps with Chart and Grid

by Anand Narayanaswamy on  Nov 16, 2012

NucliOS, developed by Infragistics is a toolset used to create high performance native applications for iPad and iPhone and includes Chart and Grid controls.

Forrester CEO: The Web is a Software Architecture and the App Internet is the Next Wave

by Michael Stal on  Dec 09, 2011 3

In his recent presentation at the Le Web 2011 conference in Paris, Forrester Research's Chairman and CEO George Colony claimed that most thinking models about the Internet and the Web are outdated. Moreover, users already seem to be saturated by the Social Network Model. According to Colony, the next real big thing will be the App Internet.

Microsoft Rejects WebGL for Security Reasons

by Abel Avram on  Jun 17, 2011 4

Microsoft cites two reports analyzing security flaws in WebGL as the main reason for not endorsing a 3D graphic standard actively supported by Google, Mozilla, Opera, and Apple.

Presentation: Making Apps That Don't Suck

by Michael Floyd on  May 25, 2011 13

Developing apps that surprise and delight can seem like an illusive goal that is difficult to articulate or quantify. But in this latest presentation just posted on InfoQ Mike Lee, the software engineer that worked on projects like Delicious Library,Tap Tap Revenge and the Obama ’08 iPhone app, proposes an algorithm for making better apps.

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