Topic: html5

Should developers opt to code for Web or native apps?

Ever since Apple created the iOS ecosystem, countless developers moved to focus their energies on the mobile world. As a result, more and more content is being consumed and more apps are being used as routine parts of people’s daily lives. It seems mobile is dominant in every way. However, according to Web analytics company … continue reading

SD Times news digest: August 13, 2014—An experimental C-to-JavaScript programming language, Mono 3.6, and Intel XDK 1.1

Experimental Lisp language written in C transpiles into JavaScript Awl—an experimental mini-language written in C to explore interpreter design—can transpile its code into JavaScript. Created by programmer Zaven Muradyan, Awl is based on the Lisp family of programming languages. It also uses the Emscripten LLVM-to-JavaScript compiler with C features such as the most recent Clang … continue reading

Top 5 projects trending on GitHub

#1: Alamofire Alamofire is an HTTP networking library written in Swift. Think of it as AFNetworking, reimagined for the conventions of this new language but coexisting within the same codebase. Named after the Alamo fire flower, the library has features such as chainable request and response methods and JSON parameter encoding. We featured #2: Google … continue reading

Google provides major update to Web Designer

Almost a year after Google launched its Web Designer, the free HTML5 authoring tool is finally getting a major update. “Today’s launch provides more granular control and creative flexibility to creative developers and designers, and allows them to easily build more interactive and animated HTML5 content and get it published quickly,” wrote Sean Kranzberg and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: July 23, 2014—One huge Windows platform, Privacy Badger, Firefox 31, and more

All major versions of Windows to merge into one Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has confirmed that the company has plans to unify all major versions of Windows into one operating system, according to Business Insider. “This means one operating system that covers all screen sizes,” Nadella said to analysts on the quarterly conference call, according … continue reading

SD Times news digest: July 22, 2014—Apple’s ‘iTime’ smartwatch, open-source Azure support, and Onsen UI 1.1

Apple granted patent for ‘iTime’ smartwatch Apple’s rumored development of an “iWatch” wearable device got a lot more real with a newly granted patent for a smartwatch dubbed “iTime.” (Related: Microsoft’s recent patent for a fitness-focused smartwatch) The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office published an approved Apple patent entitled “Wrist-worn electronic device and methods therefor,” … continue reading

WebRTC specifications advance

About a year ago we told you that WebRTC, an open project enabling real-time communication on web browsers, was the future of enterprise communication. Bringing real-time audio and video communication to the browser opens up myriad possibilities for instantaneous connection and data exchange the likes of which Skype and FaceTime haven’t even scratched the surface.Yet before … continue reading

Guest View: Why hybrid app developers should love the new iOS 8

Exciting news coming from WWDC for all HTML5 hybrid app developers, notably for Cordova and PhoneGap. Apple’s iOS 8 has a new browser engine called WKWebView. As the name implies, this is a real Webkit-based view that can substitute for the traditional UIWebView. Browser engines allow mobile app developers to embed Web content into their … continue reading

Text Control introduces HTML5 rendering technology

New editor changes how docs are edited in browsers, according to company … continue reading

NetBeans IDE 8.0 provides tools for Java 8 technologies

The release provides improved support for Maven, Java EE, PHP and C/C++, as well as new HTML5 tools … continue reading

Native versus HTML5: What’s your budget and timeline?

Big-budget apps should be made natively; smaller, faster-to-market apps should go with HTML5 or hybrid … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Developers are adopting (and sticking with) HTML5, survey says

Sencha finds a majority of survey respondents are working with HTML5 and plan to stick with it in 2014 … continue reading

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