Codassium offers real-time “brogramming” with WebRTC
Codassium, an online code platform by Wreally Studios, allows for two parties to conduct a coding session using Mozilla’s “Ace” editor alongside live video chat for increased collaboration.
The platform uses the WebRTC standard currently being proposed by W3C who is hoping to use it to provide a web-based suite of tools to share data, audio, and video all in real-time across multiple devices.
Moving beyond collaborative work, this platform could potentially be used to conduct live interviews...
Is wearable computing the future or a fad?
Google Glass, a rising starlet of the wearable computing show, starts shipping to early adopters (at a whopping $1500!) Now it’s time to ask: are these devices the future? Or are they simply a fad?
The first third party apps have already started rolling out for the innovative eyewear which gives you real-time information, New York Times being among the first to launch. This particular app is fairly simple, delivering articles on an hourly basis directly to your eyes.
Of course, many developers have much...
Developing and testing for Google Glass
Google Glass is shipping and first generation users can expect to have the newest mobilewear tech in their hands soon. But what good is a new device if it doesn’t have many apps? As it turns out, you won’t have to wait long for Google Glass apps – er, “Glassware.”
While things will likely start slowly at first (TechCrunch is reporting that only developers with a physical...
How to plan smartly when developing a mobile app
Didn’t think so. Developing an app isn’t something you can just crank out. Theoretically you could – but it certainly wouldn’t be a chart-topping application. Developing a successful app takes careful planning and analysis. David Tucker, in
RAD Studio XE4 released to aid multi-device development
Embarcadero Technologies has unveiled RAD Studio XE4, its solution for native, multi-device app development.
The software will help create apps for PCs, tablets and smartphones; helping ease the process of developing for each individually.
Most developers want to write applications which run directly on the device hardware for speed, reliability, more control, and better security. Many who develop cross-platform choose to use an interpretive layer for ease; saving time writing natively for a whole other...
Forget Web vs. native: Hybrid apps predicted to dominate
Both Android and iOS struggle with mobile app security
Mobile app downloads increase by 11% in Q1
How mobile is changing software testing
Jennifer Lent is the site editor for TechTarget’s SearchSoftwareQuality.com. She is a treasure trove of mobile application dev and testing news. If you have some time to kill and want to learn more about the rise of mobile and how it’s changing companies and their development approaches (particularly in enterprise) go through her archives.
In the meantime, here’s a look at four major changes mobile has forced upon the...