Java, JavaScript

JavaScript Evolution: from scripting language in 1995 through Ajax, jQuery, Node to JS frameworks and libraries in 2015

JavaScript is celebrating 20th anniversary in 2015. It’s a language with a changeable history and carries a lot of baggage from its childhood, but as it leaves its teenage years behind it, now it’s a language that has finally grown up. JavaScript made a revolution in web by allowing scripts to run in a browser.… Continue reading JavaScript Evolution: from scripting language in 1995 through Ajax, jQuery, Node to JS frameworks and libraries in 2015

Game Development, Gaming

What we should expect at Gamescom 2015?

Today the first events within GamesCom 2015 are kicking off. The main European game show will perform almost finished image of the game industry of 2015. What should we expect from the nearest days? Let us have a look. Gamescom 2015 obviously passes up in comparison with E3 in terms of number of the renowned… Continue reading What we should expect at Gamescom 2015?

Cloud, Gaming

The wind of changes is coming: moving video games to the Clouds

The early days of video –gaming seems to be gone away. Video games companies offer their game players new graphics and playing options to get what they want and to make better choices. So Cloud gaming seems to be one of the recent openings and growing trends in the gaming industry. Lately gamers had to… Continue reading The wind of changes is coming: moving video games to the Clouds

Gaming, Mobile

Will cheap mobile games kill the gaming industry?

Smart phones are already changing many markets in the IT industry. Mobile gaming represents one of the fastest growing segments of the digital games market, and potential for future growth remains strong as more consumers are using smartphones for games of all types, including the increasingly popular mobile game apps. Is the mobile gaming industry… Continue reading Will cheap mobile games kill the gaming industry?