“Project Siena” lets you program, without programming
To help alleviate the lack of Windows 8 applications, and get non-programmers building basic apps in minutes, Microsoft has released “Project Siena” to the Windows Store.
Ever wanted to mirror Android apps on a huge touchscreen?
Google’s “Open Project” allows you to sling your Android screen onto a connected touchscreen, simply, and easily. You may be thinking this somewhat mimics the functionality offered by the (awesome) Chromecast; only instead trying to create an industry standard without another device.
Advantages of CMS development platforms like WordPress and Joomla
Companies require a site that can be easily managed through regular updates - this business requirement has led to the emergence of CMS development for content management of business websites.
Google, Microsoft – why can’t you just be friends?
Once again, Microsoft’s YouTube app for Windows Phone has been blocked – but I’m sure you’re aware of that by now. The real question is why can’t the two giants play nicely? After all, their strategies are very different, and the only people they’re harming is their users.
UK’s lead mobile development firm launches The Responsive Website Company
Your favourite publication may not be responsive yet – watch this space - but the inevitability is any website worth their two cents will be utilising responsive designs over the next few years. Clifton-based The Responsive Website Company is priming itself to be at the forefront of development.
Google graces Chrome 29 with WebRTC, releases Maps SDK 1.4 for iOS
Google, will you guys take a day off already? The web services company has released updates to a couple of its products containing some fairly significant, potentially game-changing additions.
Got an awesome startup? Register for “Million Pound Startup”
The Million Pound Startup is an international competition for all the entrepreneurs out there (of any industry) who can register for free – instantly promoting your business or idea – and be in for the running of winning a million pounds. Worth a go surely?
Interview with Rob Johnson of Makers Academy
Makers Academy is a forward-thinking London institution aiming to take the best candidates available and intensively train them with a near-guaranteed job from some of the biggest companies at the end, something certainly not to be scoffed at.
Keynote CEO Umang Gupta on HTML5 and a “pragmatic” philosophy
Umang Gupta, CEO and president of mobile monitoring and testing provider Keynote Systems, speaks to DeveloperTech about Keynote’s latest product launch, cultivating your business plan around as many customers as possible and why he’s a big proponent of HTML5 in the long run.
IBM ready to get serious about the API market
At this year’s IBM Impact 2013 conference in Las Vegas; the second largest employer in the US unveiled an API Management Platform to extend the company’s huge software presence.