According to a Microsoft blog, the company is offering $100 per app built for the Windows Store and Windows Phone Store.
SpringSource has released updates of the Spring Tool Suite and the Groovy/Grails Tool Suite.
Amazon yesterday launched a new app management service aimed at developers wanting to automate the deployment, scaling and modeling of application creation.
BlackBerry has had a tremendous app start for its just-released smartphone, the Z10, with 70,000 apps available at launch in the BlackBerry World store.
Codename One today announced the first release of its flagship software development kit (SDK) for Java developers building mobile applications.
Mobile development platform provider Appcelerator today announced an agreement with SOASTA to integrate that company's TouchTest functional test automation tool with the latest version of its Titanium dev platform.
While the top priority in 2013 remains faster delivery of applications, a new survey shows that a formerly insignificant need has shot up in importance -- developers need apps to better align to business needs.
Agile ALM provider CollabNet is partnering with IT automation vendor UC4 to provide what the two companies are billing as the world's first DevOps platform.
Red Hat today launched a new version of its OpenShift cloud computing Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) packaged for enterprise consumption.
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VMware's SpringSource division this week published the first release candidate (RC1) of the Spring Framework 3.2.
Google has revamped its Google Play Developer Console, featuring changes to publishing flow, user feedback, language support and more granular statistics.
Facebook recently decided to go native for iOS devices after the company said it found that HTML 5 doesn't work well for apps with the scale of Facebook.
Facebook updated its app for iOS devices after customer complaints of slow operating speeds.
Windows Phone developers have a new home for their applications. Say goodbye to the App Hub, and hello to Windows Phone Dev Center.
Sonatype on Wednesday launched a new on-demand service that analyzes the open-source components in Java applications for security, licensing and quality problems.
Codename One is developing a new SDK designed to allow Java developers to create native applications for multiple mobile/tablet platforms.
About a third of all mobile developers live below the "app poverty line," where they can't make enough money on applications to serve as their sole source of income.
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