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For companies that want to build apps, but don't have any technical know-how, outsourcing development is one potential solution. But it's not without its quirks and pitfalls.
iAd developers can now take advantage of new software to create ad campaigns for Apple's mobile ad network.
With thrilling titles like "Object Oriented Programming With Objective-C," the free books are sure to make the holiday seasons even merrier for Apple geeks everywhere.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is making it possible for developers to directly integrate mobile applications for Apple's iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch, and also apps...
Apple on Friday posted a handful of tips to its Developer News page, reminding developers that trial and demo versions can't be submitted, as well as pointing them towards resources on file system usage and custom interface controls.
A new Mathematica 8 integrates Wolfram|Alpha; just one of more than 500 new features.
Apple and Oracle have announced that they'll be working together on an open source implementation of Java for Mac OS X. For Apple, this means the elimination of another external dependency.
"We love HTML5," both companies claim, detailing support in their development tools
There is no shortage of iPad apps for creating basic documents and jotting down notes. But a new text editor targets developers and Web designers by supporting more than 80 development languages, syntax highlighting, WebDAV for exchanging files, and more.
An e-mail sent to members of Apple's Mac Developer Program invites developers to submit their Mac applications for review.
The venerable text editor of choice for many programmers receives an upgrade, including new features for hand-coders of HTML5.
Apple recently improved and clarified its App Store guidelines, but the use of private APIs is still strictly forbidden. App Scanner helps developers to check their apps for any potential hangups before submitting for App Store approval.
Intel will provide a tool to help port iPhone apps to handsets and tablets with Intel chips.
The upcoming MacTech 2010 conference will feature a panel on virtualization moderated by Macworld Editorial Jason Snell, and readers can take advantage of discounted registration.
Android goes bing, the App Store goes transparent, and one technology CEO goes to the Land of Questionable Metaphors.