The first JavaOne Conference since Oracle acquired Sun Microsystems may have been stuffed into the Hilton Hotel, a half mile from its usual Moscone Center environs, but it still managed to deliver some useful sessions, worthwhile keynotes and plenty of vendor announcements.
Google on Thursday announced that it is relaunching several products acquired in its August purchase of Instantiations and offering them to developers at no charge.
Web-based middleware maker MuleSoft today unveiled a new version of its enterprise service bus (ESB), Mule ESB 3.0 Community.
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Apple has made significant changes to its iOS development guidelines, in addition to providing guidance to developers on how to give their apps the best chance of being accepted into its App Store.
Seapine Software recently announced a new version of its quality assurance/testing software that includes the ability to load test Web applications as part of the Agile development process.
When it comes to providing an application development foundation for computing in the clouds, Google Inc. and IBM Corp. appear to have the advantage where software developers are concerned.
Palm has unveiled the next generation of its mobile OS platform -- webOS 2.0 -- and made the SDK available via the SDK Early Access Program.
OutSystems this week released version 5.1 of its Agile Platform, featuring "1 Click" provisioning designed to help developers quickly get projects up and running on Amazon's EC2 cloud computing service.
The Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) today announced a new Web Performance Working Group that aims to more accurately measure Web app performance times.
Google has acquired Eclipse-based commercial software tools and services provider Instantiations for an undisclosed amount.
New version of dotCMS sports a totally re-built user interface as well as a number of enterprise-grade enhancements.
Terracotta's Ehcache 2.2 also comes with new support for JAAS, improved multi-data center support and more.
Google has released a new Java development environment aimed at the non-coder developer who wants to build applications for the Android operating system.
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