Google has launched its Mobile Backend Starter offering to help speed up development of iOS apps. The search giant launched a similar tool for Android handsets at its I/O summit earlier in the year. Developers can use the Google App Engine application
Shortly after announcing a hardware upgrade for Google Glass owners, Google has launched an accessory store for the head-worn gadget Accessible only to Glass Explorers such as Nick Starr early buyers of Google Glass the store carries an extra cable and charger, a microfiber pouch, a new Clear Shield (compatible with the latest [...]
Google Mobile Backend Starter: Store data in the cloud and share between users Send device-to-device push notifications Use continuous queries to notify devices of data changes Authenticate users using Google Accounts Related posts: One link for all App Stores and custom URL redirection Beanstalk Cloud Based Source Code Version Control Push Notifications for Ad [...]
Featured iPhone Development Resources,iOS Development Libraries,Objective-C,Open Source iOS Libraries And Tools A couple of months ago I mentioned a library featuring automatic Core Data and Dropbox synchronization. Heres a library from Graham Dennis called GDFileManagerKit that makes it easier to work with several different cloud storage services. GDFileManagerKit provides a consistent NSFileManger inspired API for [...]
The Internet giant already released a version for Android amid its annual developer summit, Google I/O, back in May.
The name Sputnik stands tall in history books as the vessel that helped spark a space race with the U.S. But a new Russian project with the same name is planning to play catch-up in an area where the U.S. already has a huge lead: search engines. See also: 20 Searches Made Ridiculous by Google [...]
Google is making the source code for the app available on Github for developers to freely play with, and that will include the source code for both the backend and iOS and Android clients. Google walked through the process
Google is snapping itself into your photos. The company secured a patent Tuesday for a wireless photo frame that would work much like the digital one you may already have. So what sets this one apart from the rest? It would connect directly to your mobile device. The frame, which will display any photo you [...]