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February 28, 2012  4:22 AM

Are dumbed-down software development tools good for user testing?

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
iPhone, Mobile, Testing, Users

You don't buy a new car without kicking the tyres first do you? Well, these days you probably look up a car's most common failure points and faults online while also tracking web-based valuation sites, but you know what I mean. As general car drivers we are generally not mechanics, so what use is...

March 8, 2011  11:40 AM

Adobe’s Wallaby skips Flash onto iPad & iPhone

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Adobe, Conversion, Flash, ipad, iPhone, Video

Adobe's Labs department appears to have been truly 'experimental' recently. The division is going public this week with Wallaby, a prototype Flash-to-HTML5 conversion tool. Adobe describes Wallaby as an AIR application built for both designers and developers who are focused on the need to convert...


February 24, 2011  4:06 PM

Apple’s next operating system: OS X Lion developer preview awakes

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Apple, ipad, iPhone, Mac, OS X

The developer preview of Apple's Mac OS X Lion has been awoken, the lion is about to roar, the big cat is about to flex its muscles and the king of the jungle is about to lead the pride forward. Right, now that we've got most of the clich├ęd headlines out of the way (oh and I'm sure there will be...


December 6, 2010  12:03 PM

RunRev’s Speedy iPhone/iPad Compile-free App Programming

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Code, Command line, Compilers, ipad, iPhone

Immodestly named Runtime Revolution Ltd. has introduced what it claims is the "fastest way" to create applications for iPhone and iPad with its LiveCode compile-free deployment...


September 15, 2010  7:15 PM

HTML 5.0 tutorial: the advantages of native media support for delivering video

Cliff Saran Profile: Cliff Saran
bemoko, IE9, iPhone

This is the first post in a tutorial by web application specialist Mat Diss, covering the new features in HTML 5.0.

HTML5 brings native media support to the browsers.  There has been much fragmentation in the format of video and audio that is required for...


July 30, 2010  10:39 AM

Development dilemmas and Windows Phone 7

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
APIs, Interface, Interoperability, iPhone, OS X, Windows Phone 7, WP7

In a fortnight that has seen Microsoft mobile lead Andy Lees encourage staff to write their own Windows Phone 7 (WP7) apps to help support the launch, the company is (allegedly) cooking up an employee developer program to fast-track apps made privately within Microsoft.

But is there an...


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