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Tag: developers

  1. Here’s a perfect companion to Apple’s Swift

    Designed solely for the purpose of server-side Swift development, a Web application server named…

  2. Learning to code as a 30-year-old kid with Apple’s Swift Playgrounds

    The app is Apple’s first crack at anything that even resembles an iOS-native development environment…

  3. Ars Technica: Apple’s Swift Playgrounds slightly misses the mark for developers

    HyperCard succeeded precisely because it didn’t try to teach anyone to be a programmer…

  4. Apple and the bot war on apps

    A new media narrative is unfolding, replete with statistics all seeking to provide evidence…

  5. How stickers and apps work within iOS 10’s Messages

    Developers can create apps that let you share content, edit photos, play games, send payments, and collaborate…

  6. China replaces top internet regulator and censor with deputy

    China has replaced its internet regulator, Lu Wei, the hard-liner responsible for leading the government’s efforts…

  7. Apple to face more scrutiny as China cracks down on apps

    More than half a billion Chinese smartphone users face increased monitoring of their mobile app…

  8. China says Apple, app developers must track identities of users and developers

    China has tightened rules for mobile app developers including requiring real-name registration and preserving users’ activity logs…

  9. First look: Apple’s next-gen tvOS 10 takes Apple TV to the next level

    tvOS is the newest of Apple’s four platforms…

  10. No, the app boom is not over

    There has never been a better time to be an apps developer…

  11. iOS 10 and macOS Sierra: Networking for the modern Internet

    There are some things that developers can do to make their apps work better over the network…

  12. Apple releases Safari 10 beta for OS X Yosemite and OS X El Capitan

    The beta can be downloaded for OS X Yosemite 10.10 and OS X El Capitan 10.11 at…

  13. The post-WWDC disconnect continues

    When it comes to a WWDC, far too many alleged tech and financial pundits just don’t get it!

  14. How Apple will make every app much faster in iOS 10

    A lot of changes are coming in iOS 10, including some underlying tech that will make all of your apps run a lot faster and smoother…

  15. Apple’s free Swift Playgrounds app for iPad makes learning to code easy and fun

    Apple today introduced Swift Playgrounds, an innovative new app for iPad® that makes learning to code fun and easy…

  16. MacDailyNews presents live coverage of Apple’s WWDC 2016 keynote address

    Apple CEO Tim Cook and a team of Apple executives will kick off the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference…

  17. Phil Schiller’s first six months running Apple’s App Store have been very productive

    In a somewhat surprising move, Apple announced yesterday a set of changes to the App Store just days before…

  18. Is your kid coding yet? New building blocks teach programming basics

    There’s joy to be had in seeing a child like my 5-year-old son take to it, carefully stringing together the six or seven commands…

  19. IDC: Apple’s App Store captured 58% of direct revenue in 2015, an increase of 36% year over year

    Apple is expected to continue outperforming Google Play in terms of revenue generation…

  20. Apple’s Swift programming language drives enterprise mobile rethink

    SAP SE on Friday shared more details with CIO Journal on its Apple Inc. partnership aimed at creating…

  21. Nearly half of OS X devs want to learn Swift

    Almost a quarter (25 percent) of OS X developers don’t use file sharing in the cloud…

  22. Does Microsoft’s Windows 10 Bash Shell hurt Apple?

    Microsoft Corporation announced its plans to bring its Bash Shell, which has been a standard on many Linux distros…

  23. More developers now use Apple’s OS X than Linux

    If OS adoption rates hold steady, by next year’s survey fewer than 50% of developers may be using Windows…

  24. WWDC 2016’s star of the show: Apple’s Swift 3.0

    The number of jobs requesting Swift in the last full year versus the previous full year climbed by 600 percent…

  25. Want a developer job? Time to learn Apple’s Swift as demand skyrockets

    Developers who can code in Apple’s Swift programming language have been the most in demand over the past year…

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