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Adobe has released a 64-bit update to ColdFusion, its Web application development software.
Through a combination of Microsoft and other technologies, developers can build a Web application for the iPhone without having to use Apple’s SDK, the CEO of a consulting firm says.
WOWODC 08, the annual conference dedicate to Apple's WebObjects Web app development framework, is set to happen immediately before WWDC in June.
Unity Technologies is making its Unity 3D game development platform available for iPhone game creation.
More than charity lies behind Microsoft and Intel's announcement this week that they will donate US$20 million to a pair of U.S. colleges in the hope of spurring advances in parallel, or multicore, programming research, as a Microsoft research scientist readily acknowledged.
A new text editor for Mac OS X programmers is now available for $29.
Sun’s Eric Klein said that Sun will build a Java Virtual Machine for both the iPhone and iPod touch now that Apple has released an SDK for the devices, Computerworld reports.
The Perforce Visual Client unveiled Monday offers a number of enhancements aimed at improving how changes to different versions of applications are displayed with Perforce’s software configuration management tools.
Mac developers are excited about the promise of writing programs for Apple's iPhone, but have some unanswered questions about details omitted from Thursday's announcements.
Apple will be holding a special event in its Town Hall meeting room on the main Apple R&D campus to announce new iPhone news. As always, Macworld's team of editors will be on the scene with live Web coverage, including a live blog and rapid-fire news stories. So bookmark this page and stay tuned for the event, which is slated to begin at 10 a.m. Pacific Time.
Nvidia is offering new tools that enable Mac developers to leverage the power of their GPUs with non-graphics applications.
With the release of iPhone software developer kit looming, Rob Griffiths takes a look at the state of unofficial third party applications on the iPhone.
In addition to releasing the first full version of AIR, its tool for bringing the same functionality of rich Internet applications to the desktop, Adobe also revealed companies who are using AIR and its related tools to develop business and consumer applications.
In a major turnaround for Microsoft, the company Thursday promised "greater transparency" in its development and business practices.
Quazal is a new "middleware" choice for Mac game developers looking for multiplayer code.