AMD just published the session catalog for their upcoming Fusion Developer Summit 2012 -- just a few months after announcing a new, open standard for heterogeneous computing. This resource-ful article will help you catch up on both theoretical and applied aspects of heterogeneous computing, and give you an early taste of the fast-approaching conference.
Doug Rathbone recently released an updated version of his mobile Google Analytics app, InTheKnow, for Windows Phone 7. In this post, Doug explains the changes and features added in the latest version of his handy app.
Right now everyone is infatuated with the startup culture that surrounds our industry. Whether it's Draw Something being bought out for $200 million, or Facebook buying Instagram for $1 billion, there's always something new going on. What we don't see so much is the technology behind the startup. That's where this interview series comes in.
I think that critical reviews of failed design can be very eye opening but design critique can sound sound harsh and negative. But there's one app that delivers almost unmatched quality on both Android phones and on Android tablets. I'm talking about TED!
Sam Basu returns with the 5th post in his series: "7 Deadly Sins for Windows Phone Developers!" In this post, Sam talks about greed, and a number of tools and methods available to avoid falling into the "Greed Trap"
My previous post about multi-platform frameworks started a very interesting discussion. Big thanks to everybody who contributed into the discussion. The discussion wasn't only limited to the blog comments so here are few other places worth taking a peek.
We will start by learning how to use Sencha Touch’s Form components to edit data in an application, and how to use a LocalStorageProxy instance to cache data on the device running the application. In addition, we will learn how to create transitions and connect different Views in a multi-view application.
This article presents a framework of mobile information needs, juxtaposing search motives—casual, lookup, learn, and investigate—with search types—informational, geographic, personal information management, and transactional.
To me the most impressive feature of the Android operating system is Android intents. Looking at competing mobile operating systems trying to figure out how to integrate Twitter and Facebook to their platforms makes me smile. Android got it right.
Codename One is a practical way to develop Java applications for iPhone/iPad as well as every other mobile device. If you loved Swing and the ideas of WORA then Codename One is something you should definitely follow closely!