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The F2F meeting of OpenAjax Alliance at NYC on March 21st worked out really well in my oppinion. As a result of the last F2F meeting in October 2007, we formed a new task force called 'Runtime Advocacy Task Force' at OpenAjax. The goal of Runtime Task Force is to collect a 'wish list' ...
During the Q&A period after one of my sessions at the iPhone Developer Summit last Thursday, there was someone there from Microsoft Competetive Intelligence. She asked myself and some other folks who were lingering nearby to describe, in our unbiased opinions, what we thought was wrong...
Sybase iAnywhere announced availability of support for Apple iPhone during the first international iPhone Developer Summit, colocated with AJAXWorld Conference & Expo 2008 East. Information Anywhere now enables IT organizations to provide secure delivery of Lotus Domino and Microsoft E...
Sybase iAnywhere announced the availability of support for Apple iPhone within its Information Anywhere Suite. Information Anywhere now enables IT organizations to provide secure delivery of Lotus Domino and Microsoft Exchange enterprise email to iPhone users, in addition to a broad ra...
The iPhone is transforming the Web as we know it and compelling every Web designer to consider handheld portable devices. This session covers various aspects of iPhone and iPod Touch development. It will include tips and tricks as well as best practices to follow. Williams also covers ...
The iPhone and Google Android platform are undisputedly transforming the mobile industry by bringing smartphone capabilities to the masses. They are also making for enticing new mobile platforms for developing and deploying new types of mobile apps and services for mass market users. Y...
With millions of iPhones sold in recent months, enterprises are challenged with how to manage the influx of these personal devices coming 'in the back door' without compromising security policies. One IDC analyst states, 'Bringing secure enterprise wireless email to the Apple iPhone br...
In this session, Chris, lead developer on the RDT (Ruby Development Tools) Project, will review all of the major features of the Aptana IDE - a free, open source, cross-platform, JavaScript-focused development environment for building AJAX applications. It features code assist on JavaS...
This session will provide attendees with an overview of the iPhone SDK, including discussion of the App Store, Apple's planned distribution channel for SDK applications. Keep in mind that the contents of the SDK and experiences while using it are covered under NDA, so be prepared for m...
So, to start with, I need to preface this blog post with a notice: The contents of the SDK as well as the experiences that occur while using the SDK are confidential. Yes, I am one of those crazy-weird people who read EULAs and license agreements. When you agree to installing the SDK, ...
Apple's recent announcement that it is allowing third party developers to create applications on the iPhone will have tremendous effects on the healthcare industry. Developing an application on the iPhone, as opposed to other mobile devices, allows for increased functionality and innov...
I'm a J2ME developer. From my perspective, Java has always been 'hampered' by the degree of difficulty in building robust and intuitive UIs. Steve Jobs has wonderfully liberated us with the advent of the iPhone SDK. I'm a Java/Windows developer moving to the Apple development world and...
Having read lots of articles written about Steve Jobs' announcement about the iPhone SDK, I decided to wait a bit with commenting the announcement of such a big thing, so as to have a broader view of the whole picture. I might not be as fast as others, but my remarks are as follows.
If the iPhone is built on the core of Mac OS X and the development environment supports both iPhone and Mac OS X desktop applications how long will it be before we see a proliferation in Mac OS X applications? This has the potential to be a far bigger halo effect for Apple than the iPo...
The first platform to enable highly interactive AJAX advertisements on mobile phones, including the iPhone, has just been released. Relevantis, Inc. says that its Dynamic Ads solution allows advertisers to interact with customers 'in a personalized and engaging manner.'
Hot on the heels of Apple's announced iPhone SDK, Relevantis released its Dynamic Ads solution for iPhone. The platform is to enable interactive AJAX advertisements on mobile phones, allowing advertisers to interact with customers in a personalized and engaging manner.
Sun Microsystems has announced that they are going to use the iPhone's SDK to develop a version of JAVA for this new platform. With this Java would come to both Apple iPhone and Apple iPod Touch. This is great news for the device as it would enable the users of these two devices to acc...
Apple said yesterday that the iPhone, which faced serious hurdles vaulting into the enterprise, is going to support Exchange 2003 and 2007, Microsoft's corporate e-mail, contact and calendaring product, a move expected to give the eight-month-old iPhone better purchase in its wrestling...
Apple said that the iPhone, which faced serious hurdles vaulting into the enterprise, is going to support Exchange 2003 and 2007, Microsoft's corporate e-mail, contact and calendaring product, a move expected to give the eight-month-old iPhone better purchase in its wrestling match wit...
Ever since the iPhone was first displayed, people have been wondering if there was going to be any kind of Flash support for the iPhone. Initially, I think the response from Jobs was 'maybe', but I took that as a 'nope'. There are hundreds of reasons why Flash doesn't make sense on the...
This session will provide ADC member developers with the information they need to get started building native iPhone applications. This session covers the basics from how to set up your development environment to building a basic application (not just a simple hello world, but a real, ...
In this session, you'll see first-hand how to use stylesheets and an easy arrangement of divs and spans that will let you make your Web application just like many of the native iPhone applications that come with the phone. You'll see how to do the 'Edge to Edge' and 'Rounded Rectangle'...
The Dutch-based geo-location and social networking service provider GyPSii has released a new web-based GyPSii iPhone application. GyPSii also confirmed that it would produce a 'native' version of its application using Apple's Software Developer Kit (SDK) which is scheduled to be launc...
As I recently spoke at the Java Mobile & Embedded Developer Days conference at Sun's Santa Clara campus, and the yearly Mobile World Congress conference was held in Barcelona in February, and the majority of the JSRs that have been active in the past few weeks are in the mobile space, ...
I love reading about how these people have inside sources. If an inside source within Apple was leaking information like that, that information source wouldn't be working for Apple much longer. No matter how close these friends of Apple employees may be, those Apple employees aren't ta...
Speculation continues about how far Apple is along in its quest to balance two potentially conflicting goals: making it easy for iPhone developers to build and distribute applications, and making it difficult for those applications to break the iPhone or introduce malware. An authorize...
One of the big challenges to success with enterprise application deployments is securing active user participation. Applications have historically been difficult to use, and user interfaces have been slow to catch up with modern Web 2.0 and Smartphone technologies. Dispelling this stod...
I am always being told off by i-technologists for quoting Picasso as having said that computers are useless. But I still love his reasoning: 'Because they can only give you answers.' Picasso, like AJAXWorld Magazine, liked questions. So we thought we would share with you what some of t...
Microsoft today attempted to exorcize the interoperability bogeymen that have haunted it since it was first discovered to be using secret APIs 20 years ago, bogeymen that now quote European antitrust law at it and carry writs from the Court of First Instance in Luxembourg. To avoid fur...
There were a total of four Macbook Airs on display, as well as a bunch of other shiny things that I wanted to touch. At first, I wasn't really all that interested in the MBA. I had previously done some number crunching and determined that for me, the price-per-feature was too high to j...
So is O'Reilly actually condoning the hacking of the phones? O'Reilly has had a long and prestigious history as being the ultimate source for *nix manuals, including many books that became so dogeared I actually bought multiple copies, including dozens of 'in a nutshell' books. Back in...
4 of our 6 first quarter projects have major components in Java ME. These are new applications, from companies who understand the porting issues and the complexities. This quarter is not particularly different from other quarters: we get far more work designing applications than design...
Sony Ericsson unveiled at Barcelona's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona a Windows Mobile smartphone that uses a touch screen overlay to interact with the phone, making it a possible competitor to Apple's touch-activated iPhone. The phone will work with both AT&T and T-Mobile's forthco...
Newer Technology announced its new NewerTech iPhone Accessory Line consisting of six products that add iPhone functionality and user convenience. The NewerTech iPhone Accessory Line includes: NewerTech iPhone Speaker Dock & Hands-Free Mic - speaker phone. NewerTech Hands-Free Mic & Ea...
HyperOffice, the hosted groupware/SaaS pioneer, is publicly beta testing HyperShare collaboration tools built into its software that connect the iPhone to corporate e-mail, contacts, calendars, tasks and notes. It calls the tools an alternative to Exchange, which iPhone doesn't support...
Some of the most scared people inside Yahoo right now have got to be the open source Zimbra crowd that Yahoo acquired last September for $350 million for its Microsoft-opposing enterprise-directed e-mail and calendaring, folks who just released their webby AJAX-based Collaboration Suit...
It's unlikely, however, that Google, the target of the proposed merger, can do much of anything other than raise dust - like its move over the weekend to raise the specter of Microsoft's possible monopolization of the Internet and its illegal leverage into 'new, adjacent markets.' As t...
So here's my precarious situation: I'm writing some sample web applications for the iPhone. Every once in a while, I poke around using Ruby on Rails, but by and large my web development lately has consisted entirely of the ASP.NET MVC framework CTP. I also don't own a PC anymore - I ow...
They're termed 'early adopters.' They're the early birds who snap up the latest wireless devices like Apple's breakthrough iPhone. These high-tech consumer electronics' enthusiasts are critical to a new product's success because their opinions can often make or break a new product base...
HP is about to put out a novel 1GHz Celeron laptop it calls a mobile thin client, its first, apparently the result of its acquisition of Neoware. Wyse, the other remaining thin client maven, beat HP, now the market leader, to the punch a few months ago and added two more models the oth...


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