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Parse Announces Bolts, a Collection of Low-level Libraries for iOS and Android

by Sergio De Simone on  Feb 10, 2014

Parse, acquired by Facebook a few months ago, has recently open-sourced a collection of low-level libraries for Android and iOS collectively called Bolts. According to Parse announcement, Bolts is the outcome of the joint Parse/Facebook effort to consolidate small, low-level utility classes that both companies had already developed on their own.

iOS Auto Layout with Masonry

by Scott McKenzie on  Feb 07, 2014

Open Source project Masonry aims to make Auto Layout code more concise and readable. Masonry, “a light-weight layout framework which wraps Auto Layout with a nicer syntax”, enables a XIB- and Storyboard-free experience.

Build Web, Hybrid or Native Web Apps with Telerik Platform

by Anand Narayanaswamy on  Feb 06, 2014

Telerik Platform provides a mechanism to build web, hybrid and native based iOS, Android and Windows Phone apps either using web based dashboard, desktop or Visual Studio.

Open Source Active Directory Libraries for iOS and Android

by Jonathan Allen on  Feb 03, 2014

Microsoft is offering previews of libraries for accessing Azure Active Directory for iOS and Android. These libraries are being released on github under the Apache 2 license.

Deploying Chrome Apps on Android&iOS with Cordova 3.3.0

by Abel Avram on  Jan 29, 2014

Developer can now deploy Chrome apps on Android and iOS with Apache Cordova 3.3.0.

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.

A Few Highlights from QConSF2013- Part 2 of 2

by Martin Monroe on  Dec 31, 2013

It's one thing having an in-house training program. But there is a certain deeper insight that can be gained from attending a Q-Con conference in person. Which may be one reason why attendance at the globe-hopping event continues to grow.

Nevron Open Vision Enables Cross Platform Application Development with Windows, WPF and Silverlight

by Anand Narayanaswamy on  Dec 31, 2013

The recently released Nevron Open Vision enable development of cross platform presentation layer applications with support for Windows Forms, Windows Presentation Framework (WPF) and Silverlight. It will be soon updated to support Mac OS, iOS, Android and WinRT.

Xamarin Studio 4.2 Introduces Improved Account Management, Project System, Debugging and Bug Fixes

by Anand Narayanaswamy on  Dec 27, 2013

Xamarin Studio 4.2 has been released with the ability to log directly into your iOS developer account from within the IDE in addition to several improvements related to project system with support for Portable Class Library (PCL) projects in both iOS and Android as it enable C# developers to share code across devices.

Splitforce A/B Testing for Mobile Applications

by Ralph Winzinger on  Dec 20, 2013

As mobile applications are becoming a more central part of companies' IT strategies, testing and analyzing those applications becomes more important. Whereas functional testing of code is part of every project, analyzing behavior and conversion rates is still very new to the mobile sector. Splitforce offers tools and services for application developers to instrument apps for in-app analysis.

PhoneGap 3.3 Offers Improved BlackBerry Support and an Android Resource Loading API

by Jonathan Allen on  Dec 16, 2013

PhoneGap 3.3 now offers the ability to recursively redirect Android resource loading requests. It also offers improvements for BlackBerry 10 and iOS debugging.

A/B Testing for Mobile Applications

by Ralph Winzinger on  Nov 29, 2013

Best.ly offers support for A/B-testing mobile applications without the need for code changes and resubmitting to an app store. Currently, there is only a native library for the iOS platform but libraries for the Android eco-system are already in development and will be available soon. Experiments can be administrated online, adjusted during runtime and monitored in realtime.

Apportable brings Objective-C to Android

by Ralph Winzinger on  Nov 18, 2013

Apportable offers iOS developers the possibility to publish their software for the Android ecosystem. Programmers can use the Apportable SDK and a set of command line tools to cross-compile their apps without having to apply major changes to the objective-c code base. Alternatively, Apportable also offers the conversion of applications as a service.

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