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Monday, June 27, 2016

The new iOS 10 is right around the corner, with enormously anticipated advancements in everything from Messages to Maps, Photos to the ways we interact with Siri and beyond. If you’re interested in getting in on the ground level of Apple’s latest evolution, you can get a running head start down the path to a lucrative future in coding with an exciting The Complete iOS 10 Developer Course, now offered at a pre-sale discount of 98 percent off from TNW Deals.

Read more thenextweb.com


Friday, June 10, 2016

Nick Lee is tired of hearing the same tired Android vs iOS argument. Unlike most of us, he didn’t just write the other side off as an idiot, he did something about it. Lee, the CTO of mobile development firm Tendigi, spent some 45 hours building a case that got around some of the technical limitations of the iPhone that prevented developers from running third-party code.

Read more thenextweb.com



Google has made its artificial intelligence platform available to iOS developers for the first time via GitHub as an open source project, reports cnet. Google calls the TensorFlow AI “neural network software,” as the way it processes data is loosely based on the way human brain cells process information.

Read more www.macnn.com


Thursday, June 09, 2016

With so many apps in the App Stores that most new publishers find their work unseen, Apple is tweaking its policies to get more money in the hands of app developers. In an interview with the Verge, Apple senior vice-president Phil Schiller outlined the changes, set to begin in the fall.

Read more www.usatoday.com


Wednesday, June 08, 2016

Some people dream of tropical getaways, sipping cocktails on the beach with those cute little umbrellas, while for others the idea of paradise is developing a game-changing iOS app that captures the adoration of the digital world. If you’re among the latter, the iOS Coding Mastery Bundle will put you in direct command of the tools, tactics, and skills required to achieve your iOS app-building dreams.

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Thursday, May 12, 2016

San Francisco: Apple Inc. has cut the approval time for new submissions to its App Store from more than a week to less than two days, part of a broader push to increase revenue from services including mobile applications. The accelerated pace allows app developers to fix bugs faster, try out new features more regularly and better react to market changes, while building developer loyalty to Apple’s iOS mobile operating system.

Read more www.livemint.com


Tuesday, April 26, 2016

The Windows Bridge for iOS project just got a kickstart from Intel. Intel wants to give developers the best experience possible by providing support for key iOS developer frameworks, including Objective-C code bases, that can take the code and reuse it on Intel-powered Windows 10 devices.

Read more www.winbeta.org


Thursday, April 21, 2016

Stanford University this week launched its latest iOS development course on iTunes U, which was once again created by Paul Hegarty. For the last several years, Stanford has provided its iOS development courses on iTunes U free of charge to those who wish to learn to create apps for iOS devices.

Read more www.macrumors.com


Wednesday, April 20, 2016

“There’s an app for that.” It’s the trademarked slogan that defined the mobile world since 2008. Surely, apps seemed to be the way to go. Coding bootcamps that claimed to teach you app development chops within weeks popped up everywhere; products used commercials to go out of their way and show off their new apps; heck, even that family restaurant around the block got its own menu app built.

Read more www.techinasia.com


Tuesday, April 12, 2016

The Cardboard project aims at developing inexpensive virtual reality (VR) tools to allow everyone to enjoy VR in a simple, fun, and natural way. The Cardboard SDK for iOS enables developers familiar with OpenGL to quickly start creating VR applications. The toolkit simplifies many common VR development tasks, including:

Read more developers.google.com


Saturday, April 09, 2016

The App Store has a copycat problem. Then again, we’ve known this for years. It doesn’t help that there’s a thin line between an innovator and a copycat. Before we move forward, let’s explore that thin line and define copycat more clearly.

Read more thenextweb.com


Tuesday, March 29, 2016

In 2007, Apple turned the mobile phone industry on its head, showcasing software applications that could be downloaded from an app store, or play store for Android users, onto smartphone screens. Apps became the quick, single touch gateway to the mobile internet.

Read more economictimes.indiatimes.com


Sunday, March 20, 2016

When the iOS App Store debuted, there was a gold rush. Stories abounded of individual software developers making large amounts of money from their apps. There was the distinct sense that the App Store was ushering in a new era, where thousands of programmers could quit their jobs and write apps for a living–and we’d all benefit from their personal visions and expertise.

Read more www.macworld.com


Tuesday, March 15, 2016

TMC and Crossfire Media announced today the addition of the iOS Tutorial to DevCon5 Web & Mobile App Developer Conference at the Kimmel Center at New York University (NYU), August 1-4, 2016, in New York, New York. The tutorial will take place Monday, August 1st from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm and will be presented by Mark Meretzky, Adjunct Associate Professor of Information Technologies at NYU.

Read more finance.yahoo.com


Friday, March 11, 2016

Cothority is a new software project that uses “multi-party cryptographic signatures” to make it infinitely harder for governments to order companies to ship secret, targeted backdoors to their products as innocuous-looking software updates. It’s a form of “software transparency,” whereby the existence of any given update becomes much harder to keep secret.

Read more boingboing.net



HackerWeb is one of my most favourite side projects. It’s yet another mobile-friendly minimalistic client for Hacker News. It’s a web-only client for the past few years, and now I’ve built an iOS client, which turns out to be my first ever iOS app publicly available on the App Store!

Read more www.techinasia.com


Thursday, February 25, 2016

Microsoft will buy Xamarin, maker of .NET tooling that can build apps for iOS, Android, and OS X, for an undisclosed sum. When Microsoft first launched .NET in the early 2000s, it promised a cross-platform environment that could reach beyond Windows.

Read more arstechnica.co.uk


Monday, February 22, 2016

Adobe has merged two of its app development services into one in an attempt to help businesses easily build professional-looking apps, without requiring a whole lot of coding know-how. The Digital Publishing Solution and Adobe Experience Manager Apps components of the company’s Marketing Cloud services are now under one Adobe Experience Manager Mobile umbrella.

Read more www.pcworld.com


Friday, February 19, 2016

On Wednesday, Google released their aptly named UI testing framework, EarlGrey. Having been using the framework in a few of their current iOS apps already for functional testing, it’s good to hear that the product has been validated before an initial public release.

Read more 9to5mac.com


Thursday, February 11, 2016

The classic game Canabalt was originally a Flash game, but it was successful enough that it ended up being ported to the iPhone (Apple’s App Store). The iOS game was open-sourced on GitHub, and now it’s being used to showcase Microsoft’s tools for porting iOS code to the Windows Universal Platform (UWP).

Read more venturebeat.com


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