iOS Development - Latest Releases
Email YoYo Becomes First App Store Email Validation Service
Apr 15, 2015 - Email YoYo has become the first real-time email validation service integrated with an app on the Apple App Store and Google Play. Email YoYo has launched mobile email validation as a new service for app developers to integrate through a real-time API on their apps. The service reduces bad email addresses from entering the app databases, and forces new subscribers to use their real email address instead of a fake one or typo email submitted by mistake.
PaintCode 2.3 adds over 15 new features, including SVG export
Apr 14, 2015 - PixelCut today releases PaintCode 2.3 for OS X, a significant update with over 15 new features. PaintCode 2.3 adds support for exporting SVG documents, introduces a completely rebuilt image export module, improves compatibility with other drawing apps and adds support for importing PDF, AI and EPS documents. For power users, PaintCode 2.3 boasts a brand new multi-threaded renderer that significantly improves performance in many scenarios. PaintCode 2.3 is available immediately as a free update.
PhatWare Releases WritePad Handwriting Recognition SDK 5.0 for iOS
Mar 11, 2015 - Spokane based PhatWare Corporation today announces its WritePad Software Development Kit (SDK), a new version of the multiplatform, multilingual handwriting recognition. WritePad SDK 5.0 enables third-party app developers to leverage state-of-the-art handwriting recognition software for Apple's iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. WritePad SDK now supports 12 languages in a single library, features improved recognition quality, and support for iOS 8.
App Camp For Girls Launches New Locations; Deadline To Apply is March 17
Mar 04, 2015 - App Camp For Girls is launching two new locations in Summer 2015. Camp sessions will take place in Vancouver, BC, and Martinsville, NJ, along with established locations Portland, OR, and Seattle, WA. Campers receive a broad introduction to the process of iOS app development, from brainstorming and designing ideas to building and pitching their apps. The girls use Mac computers and Xcode to build their apps and run them on iPod touch devices. Deadline to apply is March 17, 2015.
Xojo, Inc. Announces Xojo 2015 Release 1 - Adds 64-Bit Support for iOS
Feb 17, 2015 - Xojo, Inc today announced the availability of Xojo 2015 Release 1, a new release of their multi-platform rapid development tool. It now includes the ability to develop both 32-bit and 64-bit native iOS applications. This latest release adds 170 general updates and 4 new features. In addition to the iOS improvements, this release also adds a multitude of IDE improvements, language improvements and an updated version of SQLite.
24U Software offers help with 64-bit architecture
Feb 12, 2015 - 24U Software announces an immediate availability of updating custom-developed FileMaker plug-ins and mobile apps for 64-bit architecture. The new service includes identifying hidden issues, cleaning-up code, creating new builds for FileMaker Server 13 and iOS 8, and more. Owners of FileMaker plug-ins and iOS apps can now hire 24U to update their products for 64-bit versions of FileMaker Server and iOS.
Miemode Engages in Crowdfunding Campaign for M8D VR Headset + App
Feb 11, 2015 - Miemode, LLC this week announced that the company is engaging in a crowdfunding campaign to polish and distribute its latest 3D, Virtual Reality hardware and software endeavor, the M8D (pronounced MADE) Virtual Reality Headset. The M8D Virtual Reality Headset is crafted for everyday use, with the portability of paper, the durability of high grade plastic, and the hands-free adaptability of expensive VR headset. Easy to use, the M8D is compatible with headphones, headgear and haptic devices.
Bellurbis Releases Whitepaper on Cloud Backend for Mobile Apps
Jan 08, 2015 - Bellurbis Technologies today announces the "Cloud Backend for Mobile Apps" whitepaper, which highlights why developers need to consider and evaluate the different cloud architectures available for inclusion into their mobile apps. Whether user data needs to live somewhere besides the handset, or augment the processing capability of their app, cloud computing offers advantages to developers by allowing them to use infrastructure, platforms and software by cloud providers at low cost.
Thinking Outside the Watch: See How Apple Watch + Oculus Rift Integrate
Dec 18, 2014 - PepperGum Labs has successfully integrated the Oculus Rift with an iPhone standing in as an Apple Watch. The two technologies combined allow a more interactive 3D experience than available using the technologies separately. The Company has also recently created some of the first games playable for Apple Watch, including a beautifully animated martial arts fighter, Pong and others in ongoing development. PepperGum Labs (PGL) made these games to teach WatchKit development.