Topic: ios

Telerik releases Icenium integrated cloud environment

Browser-based ICE addresses need to build cross-platform mobile apps using CSS, HTML5 and JavaScript … continue reading

iOS 6: It’s all about the experience

Developers are finding iOS6 easier to work with, and are ready to work with its new features too … continue reading

Zeichick’s Take: With mobile, it’s all about the installed base

The more control over mobile OS upgrade paths that hardware manufacturers have, the more consumers lose out … continue reading

Zeichick’s Take: Android and iOS advance, BlackBerry retreats, Windows Phone re-launches

(Mostly) good news for users of these devices, but are any of them able to separate from the others? … continue reading

iOS vs. Android: Apple and Google map different routes

Apple partners with TomTom for iOS 6’s new mapping service, but Google still has ways to increase Android developer support … continue reading

Sencha Touch 2 brings iOS development to the PC

Mobile app development platform eliminates need for Xcode compiler, and wraps applications in “native” packages … continue reading

Will Apple’s iOS 5 bear fruit with developers?

The notification center, iCloud, and the location simulation should ease pain points for programmers … continue reading

webOS no great loss for developers

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

Zeichick’s Take: BetaCity: Windows Phone, Android, iOS and the shape of the mobile landscape

Are these three companies locked in a race? Or are they guaranteed a spot in the market for the forseeable future? … continue reading

Six areas where Android leads iOS

Though iOS 5 closed the gap a bit, developer Dave Smith has found areas where Apple still needs to do work … continue reading

Top five features iOS 5 brings to the table

Notifications, clouds, updates, Xcode and reference counting give iPhone and iPad developers new tools for their work … continue reading

Google’s Motorola Mobility buy could ease developer pain points

A standard for Android could eliminate some fragmentation, analyst says … continue reading

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