Soon Android will be just about everywhere.
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It's another sign that learn-to-code schools are taking off.
WebIDE supports the creation of HTML5 Web apps.
A new API will make it easier to create gadgets and apps for a connected home.
The company wants mobile development firms to create apps that use Fire Phone features.
The number of developers worldwide has doubled since 2010.
The brand-new Swift is already number 68.
The Made with Code initiative hopes to interest young women in computer science.
Firefly and Dynamic Perspective could be game-changing.
Mobile development firms say they make as much from Kindle Fire as from other platforms.
The open source project would allow Java applications to access non-Java APIs.
Aptiode says Google makes it difficult for alternative Android app stores to compete.
CodersTrust is helping people in Bangladesh learning programming skills.
Good reviews can help mobile development firms attract more users.
Candy Crush and Tapjoy could be in trouble.
PDFium will be incorporated into the Chromium browser.
In benchmark tests, Apple's new programming language lagged behind Objective-C.
It's getting more expensive for mobile development firms to find users.
The program successfully convinced more than 30 percent of human questioners that it was a human.
Safari comes in third.
If you order today, you'll get your device in July.
Jelly Bean is still the most popular flavor of Google's mobile platform.
Apple's new language has been in the works for four years.
The winning submissions related to healthcare, retail analytics and—believe it or not—cuddly stuffed toys.
The Secret Service wants some new software.