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Posts Tagged with 'iphone'

Complementary and Collaborative Apps
A new way to think about mobile applications.
Comparing Apples and Androids
Apple ups the ante against Android with iPhone OS version 4 -- but first they have to answer to the 3.3.1 worm.
Titanium 1.0: The "App for Building Apps"?
Appcelerator ups the ante for mobile developers
Custom Controls for the iPhone
Building a scrollable, dynamic user interface for iPhone.
Android's Next Challenge? iTunes
Android has been updated again, but the list of phones waiting for an upgrade continues to grow. There is one lesson Apple can teach Android
Hybrid iPhone Applications
Increase your speed to market by building a hybrid application for iPhone
Mobile Web Applications
The mobile web is maturing -- but be careful to not stuff your application chock-full of "features."
Android: A Better iPhone?
iPhone has created the market, but Android has the potential to own it.
Android is Sprint-ing ahead
Sprint hosts major mobile players at Open Developer's Conference in Santa Clara
Open Source iPhone Dev: XML to the Rescue?
Can a project originating from San Francisco State University bridge the digital divide and bring true open source development to the iPhone platform? It looks promising, but the climb is steep and the gap is wide.
An Open Source Recipe for the iPhone
The platform that has defined "cool" for years has not had a reputation for being an open platform, but that hasn't discouraged a number of open source projects for iPhone/iPod Touch.
This Week on Github: iPhone Development
For many software developers, Apple’s iPhone prints money. For other developers, it’s a vexing mess. If you’re just getting started with iPhone coding, GitHub can help. A lot.