- The HTML5 Scorecard: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly in iOS 7 – We’ve been testing the final release of iOS 7 over the last few days against our usual battery of HTML5 tests. Normally we’re effusive about new releases of iOS to the point of fanboy-dom, but this time, and for the first time ever, we’re disappointed in t
- Safari on iOS 7 and HTML5: problems, changes and new APIs – In this post I’ll show you the new APIs and abilities and most of the problems that you will need to deal with right now if you have a website or a webapp.
- Red Hat brings JBoss middleware to PaaS cloud | ZDNet – The next phase of Red Hat's PaaS strategy focuses on the delivery of key additional Red Hat JBoss Middleware technologies in the cloud as services powered by OpenShift. This will include new integration capabilities, business process management (BPM), and mobile push notifications
- Adventures in RubyMotion: The App Store in 2 weeks – Chris Zetter – RubyMotion is be a great choice for anyone who has Ruby knowledge that wants to build for iOS and OSX. I’ve since opened Xcode again and the Cocoa understanding I got from RubyMotion has made it feel a lot less daunting.
- Build Ext JS and Sencha Touch Applications Faster with Sencha Architect 3 on Vimeo – Architect 3 enables developers to build robust applications quickly and easily with new features such as templates, user extensions, code completion and theming. Watch this 1 hour recording where they will demo the latest Architect 3 release and show you how to build your mobile and desktop apps even faster.
- AngularJS is amazing… and hard as hell – It's ok if you don't really understand AngularJS all at once. Getting started with the software is completely different that actually using for real applications. It just really takes time, more than you think it will to really get AngularJS.
- The Second Coming of Java: Clinton-Era Relic Returns to Rule Web – In the summer of 2011, Bob Lee — the chief technology officer at Square and a former engineer at Google — announced at a prominent software conference that the web was “on the cusp of a Java renaissance.” Two years later, this renaissance is upon us. Like Twitter, many other companies have realized that Java is particularly well suited to building web services that can stand up to the massive amounts of traffic streaming across the modern internet.
- Why I Hacked Apple’s TouchID, And Still Think It Is Awesome – Despite being hacked, TouchID is an exciting step forwards for smartphone security and I stand by our earlier blog on fingerprint security. Hacking TouchID gave me respect for its design and some ideas about how we can make it strong moving forward. I hope
- How iOS 7’s new APIs change the game for business – Apple's new content-focused management APIs for iOS and OS X should further reduce security doubts of IT admins and CSOs, while keeping users empowered
Links for September 23rd through September 27th