Guest Post Everybody benefits from flourishing open web standards. I am happy Adobe is continuing to embrace that approach, for its contributions to the web and for its Edge tools and services.
Guest Post We used to commission the world’s best artists to paint our chapels and ceremonial halls, we now commission the world’s best digital artists to create software.
Adobe’s been building a lot of bridges between development and design lately, and its latest launch is a very solid bridge, indeed.
These front-end and back-end developer tools are showing strong signs of momentum, according to Mattermark.
With apps on just about every platform, Evernote knows a thing or two about app development. Here’s some wisdom from the company’s CTO.
Behance (and Thumb Labs) represent Adobe’s best attempt to be social and give designers and developers more and better tools for showcasing their work.
Guest Post Mobile shopping cart abandonment rates are around 97 percent. Does that stat hurt you where it counts? Here’s how you can meet your users’ needs, using one of the most famous motivation theories of all time.
Guest Post Ultimately, the world is witnessing a fundamental phase shift in the way applications are built and designed. Keeping these new basics in mind will let you create and deploy robust apps that people actually want to use — and can use, crash-free.
The good news is that software keeps getting better, with fewer than one error per thousand lines of code. The bad news is that both large open-source projects and small proprietary software projects tend to have worse quality than average.
Even if you’re a master coder, a good visual interface can make a world of difference when doing things like building responsive web apps.
“There’s a lot of pressure in companies to deliver mobile, cloud-enabled apps,” Gutmans says. “Half of teams are telling us that that they’ve missed dates because they cannot work together.”
Guest Post Zendesk recently changed everything about its UX. Here are four tips we learned to help other developers ease their end users through a similar transition.
Guest Post Designer? Check. CTO? Check. Engineering VP? Check. So whose job is it to make sure the experience flow is smooth, magical, and consistent?
Once upon a time, a hacker built a product. Then he sold it to a company that treated it poorly. Now, another company bought it back and promises to treat it right.
How Don Melton, Apple’s director of Internet technologies, kept the Safari web browser from being leaked to the world.
Guest Post 2013 is the year of mobile-first development. What does this mean for you and your team?
Guest Post Don’t know what to build next? Just create the interface, add the “feature,” & grab analytics on how many users tried to use it.
Buying Christmas cards is way too easy — nothing says you care like making them yourself. But if scissors, glue, and small flat bits of dead tree are all too 19th century for you, Codeacademy has the solution: Code Cards.
Adobe is giving old media people easy tools for learning how to create and collaborate around digital media, from websites to tablet apps and far beyond.
A few months ago, when Facebook admitted defeat and went native with its iOS app, some thought it was a death-knell for HTML5.
PHP developers are looking forward to exercising their new powers. Hopefully, for good.
Imagine designing and creating a native mobile app for iPhone or Android that connects to web services in about 10 minutes. Oh, and you’re creating the web services at exactly the same time
Editor’s Pick The rumors were true. Five million PHP developers will now be able to design and build mobile apps for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry.
Editor’s Pick How do you top building the language that’s behind a third of the web?
Can a services company like an app development house become a product company, and, as Silicon Valley VCs typically demand, command high multiples?
It seems these days that not a week rolls by without some new, buzzword-tricked-out development platform launches. But FatFractal promises to be the stack with the lowest price. Period.
How do you promote your app before it’s even launched? Or create buzz around just one more app in a sea of 600,000 others?
HackRocket is an online iOS bootcamp featuring a cast of mobile development and business experts as instructors. It has officially opened its doors for applications and is ready to put the next generation of aspiring founders through its training program.
Just a few days ago Eric Ligman, Microsoft’s director of partner experience, posted a massive list of free e-books from Microsoft on programming everything Redmondish.
Big data often means big complexity. But CloudMine, the backend-as-a-service infrastructure for apps, just launched this weekend to take the pain out of data management for app developers.
Sponsored Post Everyone wants to make their site/product/app/widget go viral. Unfortunately, most of the time when people say that, they mean “I want the world to do all my marketing for me.” There are some things you can do to tip the scales of fate. Here’s a quick primer.
Sponsored Post In Anna Karenina, Leo Tolstoy wrote that “happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” Oddly, the same could be said of mobile apps…
If a tree falls in the forest, does anyone hear it? And if your app joins the 50 bajillion already on the market, will anyone notice? Here are 8 ways to beat the odds and help make your app a hit.