Topic: application development

Analyst Watch: 2015 will be a pivotal year for HTML5

In October 2014, some 25 years after Tim Berners-Lee first sketched the outline of what would become the World Wide Web in 1989, the W3C HTML Working Group voted to pass the final “Recommendation” of the Open Web Platform standard known as HTML5. Five releases in 25 years is not a fast pace of evolution … continue reading

Altova releases MobileTogether application development environment

Altova today announced the commercial release of MobileTogether, its application development environment for cross-platform deployment that organizations can use to create enterprise solutions for their workforces. MobileTogether enables users to access internal databases, processes, charts, and graphs to create such things as dashboards and forms for mobile workers. The platform provides connectivity to relational databases, … continue reading

SD Times blog: Surveys show open source makes for faster secure development

One of the things we see a lot of here at SD Times is surveys. It’s a great idea for your company to survey its customers, and the resulting information can be really useful—not just to your company, but to those of us who track the industry and its trends. Thus, I was fairly disturbed … continue reading

How low-code development seeks to accelerate software delivery

The operative word in software development is “speed.” Enterprises and application development teams are looking to adopt any techniques that’ll expedite software development and delivery. For customer-facing applications in particular, a growing trend to meet this demand is the rising popularity of “low-code” development platforms. Low-code application development platforms are designed to enable rapid creation, … continue reading

Digia gives Qt its own company

Digia is giving the Qt cross-platform framework more room to roam. The longstanding GUI application framework, developed by Digia and the Qt Project since 2011, is moving to its own company under the Digia banner. Digia CTO and Qt chief maintainer Lars Knoll explained the reasoning behind the shift in a blog post laying out … continue reading

webOS no great loss for developers

HP wasn’t able to build momentum for the former Palm operating system … continue reading

Five changes for application development in 2010

“Lean and mean” defines how development organizations can become more efficient. Forrester offers five steps on getting there … continue reading

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