Topic: framework

Google, Microsoft to combine TypeScript and AtScript in Angular 2

Google and Microsoft are writing the Angular 2 framework in TypeScript. Today, during the opening keynote at ng-conf in Salt Lake City, members of the Microsoft TypeScript team and Google’s Angular development manager Brad Green announced the Angular 2 framework will be written in TypeScript, Microsoft’s superset JavaScript language. The AngularJS framework and library for … continue reading

Altova releases MobileTogether 1.4 with geo-location and Android Lollipop support

Altova has released version 1.4 of its MobileTogether cross-platform framework with new geolocation functionality, better iOS rendering, and support for string localization, XQuery 3.1 and Android 5.0 Lollipop. MobileTogether, launched this past December for design and deployment of custom mobile enterprise applications, has gone through several incremental releases in the past two months adding additional … continue reading

Apache Cordova for Android updated

The latest version of the open-source Apache Cordova mobile framework has been updated to version 3.7.1 for Android, with a number of new features, bug fixes and added support. Joe Bowser, a primary lead at Adobe Systems for Apache Cordova on Android, detailed the changes in version 3.7.1 in an announcement on the Cordova website. … continue reading

Microsoft releases Bing Developer Assistant for Visual Studio, open-sources Project Orleans

Microsoft’s developer and open-source arms are busy this holiday season, with the company releasing Bing Developer Assistant for Visual Studio and open-sourcing Project Orleans, the cloud-computing framework behind much of Azure as well as the popular first-person shooter game Halo 4. The release-to-manufacturing version of Bing Developer Assistant, available as an extension for both Visual … continue reading

castAR, Android Studio, Semantic UI 1.0, and an IoT kit for Raspberry Pi—SD Times news digest: Nov. 24, 2014

It has been a little more than a year since castAR raised US$1 million on Kickstarter for its augmented reality glasses, and now the company is finally ready to start shipping its first pair. The glasses will be shipped to early castAR backers. In addition, Technical Illusions, the company that developed castAR, will be in … continue reading

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