October 21, 2017
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Microsoft Might Accept 'Metro' Apps After All

The company has removed a notice about rejecting apps with the word "Metro" in the title.

Nokia Sells Qt to Digia

Digia plans to continue development on the open source application development toolset.

iOS Apps Command Higher Ad Rates Than Android Apps

Apple's platform continues to be very lucrative for developers.

Survey Highlights Growing Importance of Enterprise Mobile Development

Report says enterprises are adopting a "mobile first" approach.

Which International App Markets Are Hot Right Now?

You might want to consider building apps for Brazil, Mexico, Russia and Turkey.

Parse Adds JavaScript Support

The backend-as-a-service expands with new capabilities for developers creating mobile Web apps.

Apple Reveals WWDC Details

The iPhone maker has posted a schedule and an app for the upcoming developer conference.

Developer Bootcamp Teaches Ruby to Beginners in 10 Weeks

Instructor Shereef Bishay has a good track record of finding jobs for attendees, but it is worth the $12,000 price tag?

Windows Phone Developer Event Slated for June

Microsoft sent "save the date" notices to selected developers.

California Plans to Publish Mobile Privacy Guidelines

The state doesn't have the power to enforce regulations, but it wants to suggest best practices.

AT&T to Release Watson APIs in June

The new tools will allow developers to add AT&T's voice recognition technology to their apps.

Microsoft to Shutter Windows Mobile App Store

Developers will need to convert their apps for the Windows Phone platform by May 9.

Apple Begins Rolling Out Developer ID Program

The new app certification program promises greater security, but it also makes the OS X and iOS ecosystems more closed.

Microsoft Details Windows App Submission Process

The company is hoping to learn from its competitors' mistakes when it launches its own app store.

No More Menu Button for Android

Google wants Android devs to stop relying on physical buttons and start using the Action Bar instead.

WebGL Proponents Hope to Attract More Mobile Developers

The open source standard holds out the promise of portable, Web-based, 3D mobile apps.

Contract Developer Charged with Stealing Code from the Fed

Bo Zhang is accused of illegally copying software to an external hard drive.

Oracle Updates NetBeans

Version 7.1 of the open source Java IDE adds support for JavaFX 2.0 and CSS3.

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