Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2014/03/06
The @appmethod secret.
Wow. Out of the blue, I just read Embarcadero Launches AppMethod, A New Multi-Device Development Platform For Native Apps | TechCrunch. And I’m impressed.
At SXSW 2014 (which is running now, its agenda has a schedule from March 7th till March 16th), Embarcadero announces appmethod, to be released in beta on March 18th, 2014 for building native cross platform applications. Many have found out you can apply for the beta at www.appmethod.com.
More and more people are bumping into the appmethod link, for instance on FaceBook, on Google Plus, at Delphi Bistro and #Appmethod starting with the @appmethod secret by Joy Ruff.
Below are a few my observations from following all of the above links. Read them, especially the TechCrunch. I expect interesting posts from others to follow really soon now (:.
I’m only a few hours ahead of you readers, but I’m having a positive vibe just for these reasons: Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2013/10/03
If you (want to) do web-development with Chrome, then be sure to read the articles by Umar Hansa | Nettuts+.
At the time of writing, there were three articles centered around using Google Chrome as part of your developemt suite, and a few more on things like HTML 5 and CSS:
Besides the technical insight, I also very much like the writing style. Great job Umar!
via: Umar Hansa | Nettuts+.