While it’s easy to get caught up with all the bells and whistles of autonomous car development and home automation, I firmly contend that some of the most exciting things in IoT are innovations that are transforming traditional industries like viticulture, shipping, agriculture and manufacturing. The companies responsible don’t always become household names but they […]
Developers must look elsewhere.
Facebook devs can start greeting Apple’s latest gizmos.
TL;DR: The social network wants to make life easier for developers.
Ch-ch-changes: New SDKs, plus the departure of founder Ilya Sukhar.
Its Parse unit courts hardware makers with developer tools.
At its F8 conference, the social network seeks to rediscover its youth.
But Google and Apple are in its way.
StackMob, which provides backend services to app developers, will henceforth serve only its new corporate master.
Facebook is pushing a new version of its App Insights analytics tool to further equip developer to build on its platform.
We’re paying for convenience, not with dollars, but with data.
How building the pipes that connect apps to the cloud makes life easier for developers.
Mark Zuckerberg popped up at the Parse developer conference to tell folks that Facebook wants them to build more apps.