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June 6, 2014  5:31 AM

Samsung Tizen HTML5 SDK: “we’ll put apps on your TV”

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
HTML5, samsung, Tizen, tv

The Seoul-based Korean Bizwire newsfeed (yes, we know, we don't usually follow their channel) this month reports news of Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (let's be formal and use the whole name) announcing plans to release a Tizen-based Samsung TV Software Development Kit (SDK). This marks the...

December 3, 2013  6:47 AM

Intel: how to streamline apps with HTML5

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
CSS3, HTML5, Intel

This is a guest post for the Computer Weekly Developer Network by Kevin J. Smith of Intel Corporation. How many apps does Intel manage? At Intel, our IT organisation owns and manages 1,400 applications and has procured an additional 3,000 applications for use within the...


July 15, 2013  5:22 AM

Adobe explains the real shape of HTML5

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Adobe, HTML5, Web design, Web developers

It was right at the start of 2013 when we received news of HTML5 now being classified as "stable and feature complete"... ... this is a development that is almost...


April 23, 2013  9:33 AM

HTML5 apps that run like native for trading & finance

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Financial, HTML5

Financial markets and trading companies looking for an option to move towards implementation of HTML5 technologies for next-gen applications have a new avenue to explore. An alliance between "finance-grade" runtime technology company OpenFin and "web trading specialist" Caplin Systems has...


April 5, 2013  4:57 AM

The developer’s dilemma is native or HTML5?

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
HTML5, Programmer

This is a guest post to the Computer Weekly Developer Network by


April 4, 2013  11:34 AM

HTML5 apps about to enjoy “enlightened coexistence” with native

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
HTML5, online

Esteemed IDC analyst Al Hilwa has put forward his software application development predictions for 2013. What do you mean it's April already and people only do this kind of thing in January, it's still snowing in most of Northern Europe isn't it? IDC's Hilwa suggests that there will be a new...


March 20, 2013  9:28 AM

The future for HTML5 is hybrid native mobile apps

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
HTML5, Mobile Application Development

How should we now approach the debate circling the use of native mobile application software development versus the benefits offered by concentrating on apps developed for the mobile web using HTML5? Although...


March 13, 2013  3:39 PM

Intel’s seven galaxy programming universe

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
concurrency, HTML5, Intel, parallelism, Processors, Programmer, touch

Software application developers have (to a degree) been able to tap into greater power channels for their applications by relying on additional hardware resources (rather than refining their code as such) for some time now. Specifically, programmers have been able to "just throw another core at...


April 12, 2012  8:04 AM

HTML 5 Offline Apps: “Doughnut Hole” Caching

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
HTML5

Craig Shoemaker is a software developer, podcaster, blogger and product guidance manager for user interface controls and components company Infragistics - he is also host of the Polymorphic Podcast. In...


March 14, 2012  4:04 AM

Five software application development trends for 2012

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
cloud, Database, Developer, Embarcadero, GPU, HTML5, User Interface

March is a little late for 'year-ahead' prediction stories; the looking back - looking ahead story tactic is usually reserved for the Christmas silly season when we're all a little more amenable to lighthearted (or serious) postulating. So do technology prognostications ever warrant any credence?...


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