Embracing the new guard
New modernising features for the enterprise framework arrive in Milestone 1.
The M2M toll bridge
New project aims to increase security, standardise data formats and messaging protocols.
Take a look inside the toolbox
Laying out the future
As Chrome and Opera move to new WebKit fork, next wave of browser innovation may be in under-the-hood rendering engines.
Middleware to middleman
Well known for their Java enterprise service bus, MuleSoft now want to become the hub for the ‘New Enterprise’.
Disillusioned web devs wooed with free VMs, testing tools and dirt-cheap copies of Parallels Desktop for Mac.
Holding up your web app
We speak to the lead developer of Pedestal, a new open source project taking a fresh approach to Clojure web app development.
Don’t get yourself in a flap
As social network deprecates traditional API, older apps and sites may find Twitter integration broken.
A big plus
Social network adds ability to send apps directly to phones, but keeps tight grip on full read/write access.
Web of intrigue
Priming the engine
Latest release of asynchronous server brings support for persistent connection protocol.
-o- is over
Independent browser vendor adopts WebKit engine to “focus on innovation to make a better browser”.
Call on me
Browser devs show off the power of WebRTC, a “Skype-killing” new standard, in a cross-browser video call.
Better late than never
After an extended 16 months of development, the seventh version of Java web framework Vaadin has been released.
Aiming for bullseye
“It’s much harder to do a language than a virtual machine,” Dart co-founder Lars Bak has admitted.