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Our coding crystal ball offers developers meaningful bets for the next five years -- but few guarantees given the rate of change for tech
Android open source move could boost Java and aid in legal battles with Oracle
Google's upcoming 'Android N' mobile operating system will leverage OpenJDK APIs
The app dev undead: 5 technologies limping along
Famo.us, io.js, JavaFX, Objective-C, and Spring.Net have all faded away, but for different reasons
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Break the tyranny of native mobile apps
Once freedom reigned in the form of Web apps that worked across every platform. Mobile apps have taken a big step back with platform lock-in -- but there's hope
Google engineers craft a Dart framework for iOS and Android
The UI framework uses its own rendering engine to draw widgets
RoboVM Java-to-iOS dev tool no longer open source
RoboVM says competitors were leveraging the technology but making no meaningful contributions in return
Oracle lays out plans for the next Java generation
In celebrating Java's 20 years, former Sun CEO McNealy laments James Gosling's departure from Oracle.
Java developers carry hopes and fears to JavaOne
Despite mixed signals from Oracle and competition from newer languages, experts agree that Java will stay strong
9 developer trends you can bank on in 2016
From containers to NoSQL to Spark, here are the IT trends you can expect to persist next year.
AWS Mobile Hub streamlines app dev
Amazon introduces Mobile Hub for easier, faster app delivery and adds Python support to AWS Lambda.
Oracle considers a new effort to develop mobile Java apps
The OpenJDK community has until Oct. 12 to vote on the proposal to ease development for iOS, Android, and mobile Windows.
Facebook gives Android a kick in the byte code
Facebook turns its attention to the Redex project for optimizing Java bytecode to improve Android optimization.
Facebook extends React Native to Android
JavaFX adds docking library for easier use, better customization
Still in the early stages of development, the DockFX library would enable developers to build customizable interfaces similar to Visual Studio, Eclipse, or GIMP.
Google spotlights, open-sources experimental Android apps
The company wants developers to submit their apps for Android devices including smartwatches
Oracle tries to beef up copyright case against Android
Oracle says new facts could strengthen its argument that Google's use of Java in Android was not lawful.
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