The D programming language lacked a “killer app” to break through. Another brilliant language suffered from this situation, objectively deserving a much better fate than the one it had; Smalltalk.
Dropping support for iOS 5 and older
Just like last year, this year too we announce that all of our future projects will only be compatible with iOS 6 from now on.
Attending WWDC 2012
Next week I’ll be attending the 2012 edition of WWDC in San Francisco!
Trainings 2012: Advanced iOS, Mobile Web Apps and Node.js
We are thrilled to announce new training sessions in Switzerland and South Africa this year:
Announcing EERV cal, an iPhone, Android and Web Application!
We are ecstatic to announce the general availability of the EERV cal mobile application, created with Sencha Touch and PhoneGap, and available as an HTML5 web application, and also on the App Store and the Android Market!
A Proposed Architecture for Network-Bound iOS Apps
One of my most popular answers in StackOverflow is the one I gave to the following question: “What is the best architecture for an iOS application that makes many network requests?
bluewoki 2.0 Hits the App Store!
Version 2.0 of our flagship application bluewoki has been approved (in less than half a day!
A Shift In The Market Towards Mobile Web Apps
Mobile apps are hardly something new these days. Mobile app stores are ubiquitous, and download and “number of apps” stats do not matter anymore.
Dropping support for iPhone OS 3.x
Given our strong focus on iOS, and also to be sure to be economically competitive, we are continuously watching the market to know which OS version is used by the many potential users of the apps we make.
Advanced iOS 4.2 Training Course – Zürich, February 7th and 8th 2011 – Enroll now!
akosma software is happy to announce the Advanced iOS 4.2 Training Course jointly organized with Trifork GmbH.
Article dans com.in Magazine
Le 7 septembre dernier, à Zurich, s’est tenu “Mobile App Stores”, un colloque à propos des plus importants systèmes de distribution de software pour téléphones mobiles.
How knowing C and C++ can help you write better iPhone apps, part 1
While learning how to write iOS applications, you will often encounter the phrase “learn C first”.
Integrating iOS Applications with Backend REST Services
A couple of hours ago I finished my presentation at JAOO, a discussion of what I’ve learnt about integrating REST services in iOS apps while creating the iPhoneWebServicesClient project at Github.
Migrating iPhone 3.x apps to iPad and iOS 4.0
Right now, creating Universal Applications for the iPod touch, the iPhone and the iPad is not really a straightforward task.
bluewoki on ITWire.com
Walkie-talkie program hits App Store Article by Stephen Withers published on ITWire.