Google has announced that they are increasing the APK file size limit to 100MB from 50MB on Google Play Store.
News for Developers
BlackBerry has announced that the refresh of their BlackBerry Developer Zone website is now complete and live.
Google and Udacity, an online education company, have announced the launch of a program to offer Android Nanodegrees in India.
Using the web clip feature in the enterprise space can be pretty useful as custom icons are placed onto userÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s devices. Users tap the icons to access the companyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s web portal or services in one easy step, without navigating through their bookmarks.
Microsoft has announced the release of Office UI Fabric, a new front-end framework for developers. Office UI Fabric is a responsive, mobile-first, front-end framework.
On Tuesday (August 25th), BlackBerry held a webcast "BES12 v12.2: WhatÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s New for Enterprise Developers?". If you were unable to catch the webcast live, the replay is now available online.
Microsoft has announced that it is bringing new advertising and campaign tracking capabilities for Windows developers.
Google have announced the release of a new emulator tool for developers who want to target Android Auto. The DHU enables your workstation to act as an Android Auto head unit that emulates the in-car experience for testing purposes.
QT has announced the release of the final version of Qt Creator 3.5.0 bringing numerous new features and fixes bugs reported by testers during the development cycle of the 3.5 branch.
Earlier this year Google announced that the Android Development Tools (ADT) plug-in for the Eclipse IDE will be reaching its end-of-life at the end of 2015.
The latest iteration of BlackBerry Enterprise Server 12, v12.2 offers expanded multi-OS capabilities and many interesting opportunities for enterprise developers.
Google revealed today that the official name for Android M will be Marshmallow. To go along with the offical name, the company has released the Final M preview and the official Android 6.0 Marshmallow SDK.
Google has announced that they have completed the roll-out of Google Play services 7.8, adding two new APIs.
Configure.IT, a cloud-based mobile app development platform, recently launched Android support. Now it is available for both iOS and Android platforms to build native apps without coding.