Ed and Sam Basu cover the latest news in the development community including: Angular 2, NativeScript snacks, ASP.NET Core RTM, and Windows CLI.
Ed Charbeneau and Brian Rinaldi discuss the latest articles for developers including where the web is going in 2016 and improving front-end projects.
On this episode , Brian and Ed cover the latest news in the development community including: bots-bots-bots, React setup, ASP.NET Core RC2, Project.json, and NativeScript.
Last Fall, our team at Progress helped a partner run a hackathon for their R&D organization. The hackathon (perhaps best described as a boot camp) leveraged Slack and I believe the general ideas can be applied to similar situations. In this post, I’ll explain what we did so that you can hopefully apply the processes […]
I have been a big, big fan of Parse. It was one of the best backend-as-a-service providers that was particularly developer-friendly. I started using it several years ago as an indie mobile developer, creating mobile apps for families, kids, and to promote fitness with all kinds of bells and whistles like awards, push notifications, data […]
Today, hard disk space, memory and internet speeds are cheap, but that shouldn’t be an excuse to write bloated software. Not surprisingly, software development tools tend to be the biggest offenders in this space – massive applications that eat up your disk space and hog system resources. What can you do if you need to […]
Jennifer Marsman talks about Azure Machine Learning and how Microsoft is bringing AI to the masses.
Let’s face it. Whether your application user base is 5 or 5 million, you will eventually have a need to email one, some or all your users. This stands true for almost all types of apps – web, desktop or mobile. Carefully-crafted, well-timed emails is one of the keys to a happy user base. While […]
If you are building mobile apps today, and you have an alert box somewhere in your code with the following message “Please check your internet connection” that occurs exactly at the moment when a user wants to use your app, please read on. The chances are that your users are already aware when they don’t […]
If you have been following the Microsoft developer space of late, you may have thought to yourself, “It’s a new Microsoft.” These realizations were none the more evident than if you attended the recent //BUILD developer conference. Change is in the air for Microsoft developers and it seems all for the better. Sure you love […]