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Apple has created a blog about the development of its new Swift programming language, which will include news, tips, and tricks from Apple engineers. Also: the Xcode 6 beta is now free to registered developers.
Curious about Apple's new programming language, Swift? The company has put out a free 500-page ebook for interested developers on the iBooks Store.
Developers at the Apple WWDC event enthusiastically applauded the introduction of the new Swift programming language
From home automation to fingerprints, Apple delivers a basket of goodies for third-party developers, which could eventually mean a bunch of goodies for regular users, too.
Getting Cupertino's attention when things go wrong can be a hard proposition and can ultimately damage the user experience, say third-party developers.
Continuing a spate of purchases over recent months, Apple has acquired Burstly and its TestFlight platform, a beta testing service for iOS developers.
EasyRes is a nifty menu-bar utility for switching screen resolutions. Unlike other similar utilities, EasyRes shows you how a resolution change will affect your screen...before you actually make the change.
New plug-in platform automates image asset production and management for Websites, mobile apps, and games
On Tuesday, Tumult released the second version of its HTML5 WYSIWYG animation program, Hype. Associate editor Serenity Caldwell goes hands on to explore ten of the app's new features.
RealMac reworks its snapshotting app into a scrapbooking powerhouse for professionals.
Apple's developer portal has been offline since the middle of last week. On Sunday, Apple explained the outage.
Developer Patrick Burleson talks about his work on Briefs, his plans for his own apps, and his reactions to Apple's WWDC announcements.
Feedly on Monday said it would provide its own API to established apps that previously used the retiring Google API as the foundation for their own offerings.