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Apple may not want Flash on its mobile devices, but users of Android will soon gain full support for the multimedia platform.
iPadDevCamp brings together developers and designers who want to create apps for Apple tablet device
The rich Internet technology is getting a boost in business-oriented capabilities.
An Adobe platform evangelist has expressed outrage over Apple's iPhone development terms, telling the company in a blog post to 'go screw' itself.
Adobe takes shots at Apple, not everybody loves the iPad, and there's competition afoot. Fortunately, the Macalope is here to bring reason to the fray.
Apple has made a major change to the developer agreement for the development tools for iPhone OS 4.0, which clearly forbid the use of Flash and other non-Apple approved solutions to write apps.
Users seemed to be mainly positive about the new iPhone features Apple unveiled on Thursday, but what about developers?
If you ever had any doubt that that battle between Google and Apple was only beginning, wait until you hear what the Cupertino company has in store for iPhone OS-based advertising.
There are grumblings afoot in the iPhone OS developer community as some Apple applications are found to use functionality not available to third-party developers, even as iPhone OS 4 is expected to be announced on April 8.
Flex Builder is now called Flash Builder 4; the open source Flex framework also is updated.
Apple on Thursday dropped the price of becoming an official Mac Developer to $99 a year.
A new command-line search tool, FTP improvements, and more fixes are the stars of this upgrade to Bare Bones Software's free text editor.
Adobe is seeking feedback from Apple iPhone developers on how Photoshop can be enhanced for mobile development.
Apple on Thursday released a pair of Java updates for Leopard and Snow Leopard, patching a number of vulnerabilities in the cross-platform technology.
Jumsoft's updated collection of slideshow themes includes new versions of Keynote Themes FX, Keynote Backgrounds FX, Keynote Objects FX, and Keynote Animations FX. Elsewhere, the makers of Doc Merge, RealBasic, and PopChar X announced updates for their Mac applications.