Topic: ios 8

Mobile in 2014: Going beyond smartphones and tablets

In 2014, “mobile” evolved into a more widely unified and interconnected concept. The last several years have seen smartphones, tablets and mobile apps take control of how we consume and compute information, redefining how we communicate with each other. A train with that much momentum doesn’t stop when the market reaches its peak; it barrels … continue reading

Apple sets 2015 date for 64-bit app deadline

On June 1, 2015, all apps in the App Store—new or existing—must support a 64-bit architecture or be nixed from Apple’s mobile marketplace. Apple announced back in October that starting Feb. 1, 2015, all new App Store submissions must be built using the iOS 8 SDK with 64-bit support. This latest announcement, first reported by … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Oct. 24, 2014 – Apple’s TestFlight, EFF’s Surveillance Self-Defense, Microsoft’s earnings report and Microsoft Lumia

Apple opens up its TestFlight Beta Testing Apple is giving developers the ability to invite up to 1,000 beta testers to try out their iOS 8 apps before releasing them to the App Store. The company has released its TestFlight Beta testing service to the public. “You can now invite up to 1,000 testers to … continue reading

SmartBear Empowers Collaboration in Testing While Enhancing its Mobile Platform Support

BEVERLY, Mass. – Oct. 7, 2014 – SmartBear Software, the choice of more than two million software professionals for building and delivering the world’s best applications, announced new versions of QAComplete and TestComplete to help organizations accelerate application delivery time and product quality by improving collaboration across software testing groups. In this release, SmartBear has … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Sept. 25, 2014—Harvard’s soft robotics toolkit, Apple’s iOS 8.0.1 workaround

Harvard’s DIY soft robotics toolkit A Harvard University lab is making it possible for everyone to build “soft” robots. (Soft robots are modeled after biological systems and use soft, flexible materials. They can be used in jobs that interact with humans, such as helping with daily activities, according to the Harvard Biodesign Lab.) The lab … continue reading

Code Watch: iOS8: Code. Watch.

The presentation of iOS 8 was dominated by Apple’s Near Field Communication (NFC) payment technology and the Apple Watch, but from a developer’s perspective, the most amazing thing about iOS 8 is its sheer size. When I started developing mobile applications just a few years ago, one of the things I liked about iOS was … continue reading

Guest View: Are you ready for iOS 8?

Apple’s iOS 8 is here, and it will be a game-changer. No operating system on the planet gets adopted faster than a new iOS release. If iOS 7 was any indication (60% of users upgraded just a few days after release), iOS 8 may set new records. Even before worrying about adding new capabilities to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: September 10, 2014—Swift language hits 1.0, and Apple’s WatchKit developer kit for Apple Watch

Apple releases WatchKit for Apple Watch Apple launched its first new product line since 2010 yesterday: the Apple Watch line of smart watch wearable devices. For developers this means an entirely new platform, in the form of a new set of tools called WatchKit. WatchKit, a development platform specifically for Apple Watch, enables third-party application … continue reading

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