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.
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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.
Microsoft has released an early look at the Windows Bridge for iOS (previously known as Ã¢â‚¬ËœProject IslandwoodÃ¢â‚¬â„¢). While the final release will happen later this fall.
Microsoft today launched Windows 10 in over 190 markets and are now providing developers the tools they need to submit Universal Windows Platform apps and games to a single unified Windows Store.
Apple has released iOS 9 Beta 3 to developers, adding support for the Apple Music streaming service. It can be downloaded from Apple's iOS Developer Resource site, or over the air on a device with the previous beta installed.
Later this year, the BBC together with Microsoft and a range of other partners will provide every Year 7 student in the United Kingdom with their very own micro:bit, a personal computing device that they can use to explore the possibilities of computer science, both in and out of the classroom.
Last Thursday, BlackBerry hosted a webcast on how to create easy Mobile Web App Launchers on iOS, Android and BlackBerry 10 devices.