Much was written and heard about Windows 8 before its release and there were many rumors around it. Finally October 26, it has arrived. Microsoft announced that the cost for online upgrade will be only $39.99 and approves that it will be compatible with previous operating systems: Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP. In… Continue reading Are you upgrading to Windows 8?
When a developer faces the necessity of creating a web application using Microsoft.Net, he/she needs to choose which .Net framework to choose. Then the question arises: which one is the best one? In this article a general outline of best ASP.Net Web Application Frameworks is given with the focus on their positive sides. Let’s start.… Continue reading Best ASP.NET Web Application Frameworks
Go-To Prescriptive Guidance for .NET Developers Building on Windows 8, Windows Phone 8 and HTML5 Telerik, a market-leading provider of end-to-end solutions for application development, automated testing, agile project management, reporting, and content management across all major Microsoft development platforms, has recently released "Platform Guidance for Microsoft.NET". And , you know, it worth reading. It… Continue reading What does Windows 8/WP8 mean for .Net developers
The necessity for companies and developers to market and promote their individual applications has never been more important than ever, and is often absolutely crucial to an app’s success. Now we have absolutely different situation we have a flooded App Store with various applications and an imposing mass of competition. With more than 300 apps… Continue reading How to promote your iOS application on AppStore
Steve Jobs wasn’t a fan of Android. He thought it was a rip-off of the iPhone. He saw the iPhone as a ground-breaker and Android as an attempt by Google and a consortium of device manufacturers to bring a similar product to a wider market. He famously told his biographer Walter Isaacson that he would… Continue reading Apple vs. Samsung in the Battle of patents: which side are you on?