| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 16-Dec-13
Here are a number of wearable computer devices you might, or might not have, heard about.
A number of new wearable computers become mainstream in 2013. In 2014, you can expect even more wearable computers to make their way into the spotlight. This should result in more discussion on the Internet of Things (IoT) as it relates to the connectivity of devices. One thing all of the wearable computers have in common is that there were developers writing the underlying code to make them work. In this slide show, I present a number of wearable computer that you can get today as well as a few you might not have seen. I expect to see even more ideas come to light in 2014. Do you know of other interesting wearables?
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 10-Nov-10
These nine recent jQuery features cover everything from mobile development to testing to HTML 5.
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 28-Sep-10
A series of new enhancements to the BlackBerry platform enable developers to build better mobile apps more quickly, and to earn more money from them.
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 20-Sep-10
Getting started with PHP for Android and the Scripting Layer for Android is easy with this step-by-step guide, complete with a demo application.
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 24-May-10
Android 2.2 (Froyo) provides developers with some much-anticipated features for a minor SDK release. Here are the top ten features developers cannot wait to get their hands on.
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 14-Dec-09
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 30-Oct-09
Create an Android App Widget for the home screen which relies upon background processing by an Android Service.
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 03-Aug-09
What do you do when a system or application performance problem just can't seem to be fixed?
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 27-Jul-09
Caching can greatly improve performance but it can also lull you into a false sense of security. In some cases it can even make the performance worse. If you haven't already, then now is the time to learn the issues and limitations of caching so that you can truly improve performance.
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 20-Jul-09
Performance is critical to today's successful applications and web sites. If you design with an awareness of the session state management challenges you can always change your strategies to match your performance needs.
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 11-Jun-09
Shane Conder will show us how different XML parsers affect performance with Android and the answers might surprise you. The article provides developers with data for choosing a particular XML parser and Android code that demonstrates all three parsers.
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 27-Aug-08
Have you ever dreamt about porting your managed Windows Mobile application to Symbian OS? Or, maybe you wanted to develop a new one but were uncertain whether you need to learn a new paradigms and languages? Well, with Net60 from Red Five Labs, you may be relieved; you can continue your development in your favorite languages!
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 30-Jul-08
To work on mobile devices, Google's Android must adhere to similar design standards that will produce the desired user experience. Your software always needs to be responsive to the user's interaction. Pick up some tips to avoid blocking the execution of the main thread and update the main view when the results are available from the child threads.
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 24-Jul-08
What do you do when there's no effective unit testing framework for your programming environment? Why, build your own, of course! Building a simple unit testing framework for the BlackBerry provides some interesting insights into the BlackBerry programming environment.
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 14-Jul-08
Need a fast database that won't bloat your application? Try this fast b+tree record manager with a small footprint, especially good for embedded device environments.
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 18-Jun-08
Explore key Google Maps APIs that power Android mapping features.
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 21-May-08
Google's new mobile platform, Android, has become increasingly popular among developers even without hardware available on the market yet. Discover where to get the right software APIs and documentation as well as what technologies are supported. Then, you will focus on the technologies for images by working through an example.
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 14-Jan-08
It is hardly possible you could avoid using arrays during your development on any platform and in any language. On Symbian OS, you will be surprised to find what the SDK can offer you. Learn this now!
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 01-Oct-07
Help Developer.com choose the best of the best for the upcoming year.
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 13-Feb-07
By James Alan Miller
See what titles owners of devices built on the top-five smartphone platforms are buying and downloading.
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 12-Feb-07
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Learn how to use Bluetooth with a very simple way of using the wrapper class. It can be extended more by implementing new ideas in it.
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 08-Feb-07
Mobile development has steadily become more than just a 'nice-to-have' feature, thanks to the permanently growing power of PDAs. Many desktop applications were ported to run in a mobile environment. Learn about a few underwater stones you might face when handling textual data.
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 15-Jan-07
After months of nominations and voting see what technologies and products the readers of Developer.com selected as the best in their categories.
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 04-Dec-06
We all need to communicate with the outer world in various ways. Applications are no different, meaning that it's a must to manipulate textual data for most applications. With Symbian OS, it means dealing with descriptors. To accomplish such a "simple" task, you have to endure a small group of classes. Work through a few simple "HOW-TO" examples of typical operations.
| Other Wireless/Mobile Article Published 10-Nov-06
Application performance is usually a grey and painful area. Users obviously want your application to be rich in functionality and fly like a rocket with minimum resources required and so forth. How can you get closer to such an ideal creature? Learn a few simple rules and methods that will improve your mobile application's performance.