Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: TechnologyOracle has released Oracle Application Development Framework Mobile, part of the company's Fusion Middleware offering.
Rhomobile announced a new version of its cross-platform smartphone app development framework, supporting BlackBerry, Android, Windows Mobile, Symbian, WebOS, the iPhone, and the iPad. Now available for free under the open source MIT license, Rhodes 2.0 adds native mapping across devices, a metadata framework for applications with changing underlying schema, and faster sync, says the company....
Oracle has outlined at JavaOne, a conference that takes place in San Francisco, the future of the Java platform.
Hasan Rizvi, executive vice president, Oracle Fusion Middleware and Java, and the Oracle Java Development team leaders explained that beginning with the Java SE 7 Update 6, released in August of 2012, consumers and developers have access to the latest Java SE features and security upda
Brightcove expanded beyond video content management and rolled out its platform for mobile app development about 18 months ago. It then released an update to the platform, which included a free version under an open source license, just a few months ago.
I have a question to our coming project. We want to create a website that is used as Restful backend and CMS for mobile apps. We want to host the website on our own server and use a mobile framework for the development of native apps.