If you like Bootstrap, you'll love Flat UI, a free interface kit for smooth, sleek, drop-shadow free web apps.
In a critical moment, Facebook fixed a huge Android flaw. Here's why Google needs the social network to make Android the worldwide dominant platform.
Famo.us is attempting to change the game with a few different technology tools that could redefine how we see the mobile web.
The Obama Administration hosted a hackathon a couple weeks ago to increase access to its online petitioning system, We the People. Here are the results.
New Relic COO and president Chris Cook stopped by VentureBeat’s San Francisco headquarters recently to chat about the company’s products and services for developers.
He had a lot of positive words about the company’s growth in 2012 — it’s currently …
Editor's Pick Facebook engineers all go through six weeks of indoctrination and learning the hard way to find the teams they'll be on for years. Here's our look inside the bootcamp process.
Tom Lehman, Rap Genius co-founder, explains why Heroku's public statements on their customer service don't hold water with him.
Guest Post When you set a default, you establish habits and expectations for weeks, months, and years to come. So make sure your defaults are the best they can be.
And the mobile-first trend is, indeed, shaping up to be a defining aspect of modern applications.
Amid its first big PR problem, Heroku's leader ignores PR and talks about how respect, trust, failure, and success stand to shape his company and the developer community.
Code.org is an advocacy campaign focused at getting more kids interested in computer science. It's also working to get more states, schools, and teachers on board with the program.
70 percent of North American developers are already using HTML5, as are roughly 60 percent of South American, European, and Chinese developers.
With tracking capabilities like these, the new SDK is almost starting to impinge on dedicated app analytics solutions like App Annie and Flurry, but of course in a purely Facebook-focused manner.
If you develop in C#, you can now build apps for iPhone and iPad ... and hundreds of millions of Android smartphones and tablets. And you can do it all right on your PC in your favorite development environment, Visual Studio.
Guest Post The tech industry is perpetuating a false narrative about what motivates technical innovators and what innovation can be. Fortunately, another class of developer is on the rise.
Google Developers posted pictures today of its super-secret, ultra-confidential, if-you-tell-anyone-about-it-we'll-kill-you Google Glass Foundry event, where developers got to touch, wear, develop for, and maybe even fondle the hottest Google hardware product ever not yet released.
The bottom line is this: Responsive design is no longer optional. Or at least it won't be in another year or two.
Zend has a problem. While there are five million PHP developers around the globe, only some small fraction of them pay Zend for its server and IDE tools for making PHP sites faster, better, and more debuggable.
The smart, social, mobile, and above all digital world we're building is the new industrial revolution, and the bricklayers and grease monkeys of this era are Ruby developers and database administrators.
Firebase's cofounder James Tamplin (pictured, left) wants to make the process of developing an app "ten times easier," so he built a product that will do the hard work for you.