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REAL Software has updated its development application REALbasic, adding several new features.
Savant, a maker of home automation gear that is Mac-based, is inviting developers to its new program.
Submissions are now open for the 2009 Independent Game Festival awards, which will be announced at next March's Game Developers Conference.
Jason Snell tries to get a little privacy on his instant messaging system when he's at home.
Microsoft plans to enable the Python and Ruby languages to be used for client-side development of rich Internet applications that leverage the company’s Silverlight browser plug-in technology.
Unity, the game engine used to create 3D games for Mac and Windows, is now authorized by Nintendo for Wii development.
Rich Internet application vendor Curl has introduced a runtime for Macintosh environments.
Typinator's developer has released an HTML snippets set to help ease HTML editing.
REALbasic 2008 Release 2 adds 200 fixes and improvements including a new class called Pairs and enhancements to introspection, first introduced in February's release.
The 57MB Java for Mac OS X 10.5 Update 1 release adds support for Java SE 6, which had been missing from Leopard since its release last fall.
WaveMaker has released a beta version of Visual Ajax Studio for the Mac.
Microsoft has unveiled new content partners for Silverlight and provided details for a new DRM system for the technology.
BD Touch is a new development kit that lets iPhones and iPod touch devices interact with Blu-ray Disc players that support BD Live.
Google is offering to host enterprise Web applications on its own infrastructure with a new tool for developers, App Engine.
Create a simple shell script to help complete partial words in crossword puzzles.