Topic: ui

Industry Watch: Apps are the key to BPM

Here’s a statement I never thought I’d hear: “In the past, [Business Process Management] has been too much focused on process.” But that’s exactly how Miguel Valdes Faura, CEO and cofounder of Bonitasoft, views the market today: less talk about process and more about applications. After all, it is applications that use these business processes, … continue reading

Guest View: Six crucial design considerations for the next-generation mobile platform architecture

We live in an era that is largely dominated by mobile-based applications. This rapid growth of apps on mobile platforms can be largely attributed to the presence of several mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, phablets and wearables on the market. Each of these devices has distinct hardware and software configurations, which leads to the … continue reading

From the Editors: Why Java made it to 20

There are a lot of reasons you could point to for Java’s lengthy popularity. It could be attributed to Java’s cross-platform capabilities, its memory management, or its focus on networked systems. But we’re convinced it was all of these combined with a fourth, major element: stoicism. While Java has evolved over the years, adding generics, … continue reading

GitHub Special Feature: Breaking down the 2014 Transparency Report

Normally at this time on a Friday you’d be reading about whichever interesting open-source project we decided to highlight for our GitHub Project of the Week. But this week it seemed more pertinent to take a closer look at the recently released GitHub 2014 Transparency Report. The report details every disclosure and takedown request, search … continue reading

SD Times’ GitHub Project of the Week: Shipit

For this week’s GitHub project spotlight, we’re highlighting Shipit, a universal automation engine and deployment tool written in JavaScript. Capitalizing on the popularity of Node.js and previous GitHub Project of the Week io.js, Shipit adds another layer of streamlined simplicity to the JavaScript automation process. Built as an alternative to the Capistrano open-source script deployment … continue reading

Guest View: Why a great integration API isn’t enough

With cloud solutions quickly replacing on-premise software, more business applications are being deployed than ever before. IT organizations and software vendors are increasingly asked to make sense of this new world. Can additional mission-critical workloads be moved into the cloud? How can existing SaaS workloads be rolled into enterprise infrastructure? The need to connect these … continue reading

Microsoft now accepts Bitcoin and acquires HockeyApp, and Mozilla’s Firefox.html experiment—SD Times news digest: Dec. 11, 2014

Microsoft is now accepting Bitcoin as a payment method for buying apps and games for Windows, Windows Phone and Xbox. Starting today, customers can use the BitPay payment processor to trade in the digital currency at current market value for funds in their Microsoft account. More information is available a in a blog post from … continue reading

Top 5 projects trending on GitHub this week

Welcome to a special Thanksgiving edition of the Top 5 trending GitHub projects. There are still five projects and they’re still open source, but this week… you get them on a Wednesday! “Hooray!” yell all our loyal GitHub-loving readers in overjoyed unison. That’s totally what’s happening right now. Anyway, Happy Thanksgiving! #1: Interact.js Interact.js is … 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

New Infragistics Ultimate 14.2 Combines UX and UI Tools to Help Developers Build Their Next Great App

CRANBURY, N.J., Oct. 15, 2014 – Infragistics, a worldwide leader in desktop, Web, mobile native and mobile hybrid user interface toolsets, today announced the launch of Infragistics Ultimate 14.2, which continues to deliver on the promise of helping developers build Microsoft Office-inspired, touch-enabled, high-performance business apps. “Our customers drive our roadmaps, and this release further … continue reading

Microsoft releases a redesigned UI and new features for Windows Phone App Studio Beta

Windows Phone developers can build apps using a touch-enabled UI and a rebuilt emulator … continue reading

SD Times Blog: New car UI reinvents automotive touchscreen functionality

UI designer Matthaeus Krenn has developed a new car UI that realigns the interface to wherever you put your fingers … continue reading

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