A new JBoss project aims to make life easier for mobile developers working with traditional Java EE backends.
The latest version of ADF Mobile allows Java to be run as part of native iOS apps, but its an ugly hack, not a robust solution.
It’s time to unwind for the weekend with our increasingly off-topic collection of links from around the web.
We speak to one of the co-founders of a new startup aiming to allow Java to be used in cross-platform native mobile app development.
Android manufacturer releases open-source tool for translating Java code to Apple-friendly Objective-C.
We speak to Jason Huggins, father of the Selenium project (and Angry Birds-playing robots) as his company unveils a new suite of cloud-based testing tools for mobile web apps.
Tom Spencer of Mubaloo looks at the increasing fragmentation of the mobile browser market, as Firefox OS and Windows Phone 8 join the smartphone OS party.
A familiar motto from two Sun veterans who have founded a new Java mobile SDK, set to go toe-to-toe with PhoneGap
The Developer Economics Report 2012 shows that two platforms are accelerating ahead of the rest – can Java ME possibly change the tide? Erm no.
That time of year has come round again – time for another Eclipse Community Survey, with some very interesting findings
The latest addition to the native mobile toolkit have been revealed by the EclipseSource team
Another update for the native Java mobile toolkit – bringing some nifty freehand drawing techniques
We’ve all witnessed the app phenomenon that is Draw Something but you may not know how Couchbase helped it maintain its popularity. We talk to CEO, Bob Wiederhold
Yet another release for Eclipse RAP, as they head towards a big version.