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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.
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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.
The programmer's guide to breaking into management
The transition from command line to line-of-command requires a new mind-set -- and a thick skin
Google's Polymer Web library now ready for production use
Search and mobile giant looks to enable fast development of Web apps that use reusable components.
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Ring out Eclipse, ring in Android Studio for Android apps? Not so fast, Eclipse says
While Eclipse tooling is described as less than ideal for Android development, Eclipse forges on with backing for the popular mobile platform.
The long, strange life, death, and rebirth of Java
As Java enters its twentieth year, it has become a mature language rather than the hot new thing. It's more like C++ than Python. And its supporters are enthusiastic about its future.
Java regains spot as most popular language in developer index
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