Don't-Miss Development software Stories
Torque Game Engine Advanced from GarageGames is officially ready for Mac OS X.
Unity, the 3D game development environment that started life on the Mac, has been updated for the iPhone.
Adobe AIR 1.5 adds impressive new features for managing larger database files and encrypting local data stores.
Attendees at the SC08 high-performance computing conference in Austin got a progress report on OpenCL, the the Apple-spearheaded parallel computing API that figures to be a prominent new feature in the upcoming Snow Leopard update to OS X.
Torque Game Engine Advanced, a 3D game engine creation tool, is for the first time being released on the Mac.
FileMaker Developer Conference 09 is set to take place in San Francisco next August, and early bird registration is now available.
Nitrogen is a new SDK that game developers can use to incorporate social networking into their games.
Microsoft released Silverlight 2 and promised development tools for the Mac.
BuildMate is a new frameworks to help REALbasic developers create projects using a single configuration file.
REALbasic 2008 adds six new features and more than 300 improvements in its new Release 4.
Espresso is a new Web development workflow tool coming in November.
Revolution, the plain-language development environment, will see a major new release on Monday.
Cocoa Studio is a three-day training class for Cocoa developers coming to Denver in October.
BBEdit has been updated adding many new features including Text Completion, Projects and refined search capabilities.