A team of six developers have built an impressive tool to help app designers see what their app will look like before they even begin coding. In fact it’s so productive that Google just bought the company.
Our mobile team has created a nifty app to help devs get the best out of the JAX London conference.
Some said it couldn’t be done. Others said it shouldn’t. But this developer is actively scaling out a future for Java in the iOS. Heres his story.
Delay allows Chief Architect to squeeze in additional features – one of which may get Java into the iOS App Store.
Another Java toolkit for native mobile app development has arrived – is EclipseSource’s Tabris up to the task?
The platforms founder James Gosling believes it is a possibility with the arrival of new Java Enhancement Proposal targeting statically-linked JNI libraries.
It didn’t make the imposed end of 2012 deadline to fully open source, but there’s big news ahead for JavaFX
The veteran Eclipse project moves beyond the browser to support new clients.
We profile the upstarts taking on iOS and Android — and, more importantly, how to start developing apps for them now.
The mobile development platform purely for Java developers has released its first version, following impressive growth.
To kick off another new feature for 2013, we speak to the co-founders of YPlan, whose minimal app hopes to revolutionise last-minute ticket sales.
A look at Googles latest numbers reveal that Android fragmentation is still plaguing the ecosystem.
To prove Zuckerberg wrong, two Sencha developers have developed an HTML5 web interface called Fastbook.