Cloud computing seems to be all the rage these days. It’s not just a passing fad of course, it’s actually a very real business and a state of the art. The problem is that cloud computing means many things to many people, whether it’s public cloud, private cloud, software, infrastructure or platform as a service, etc.
I need to know what is the proper way to create a native android and IOS apps. Is it possible to use CMS' like Drupal, Wordpress or Joomla if not Is PHP compatible in building apps using framework CODEIGNITER?
Fujitsu, which is providing the local cloud computing platform to support Westpac’s collaboration applications, has added extra security levels to its cloud in order to meet the bank’s requirements. But it will be the standard cloud that’s offered to most other clients, proving that client clout still counts in the cloud.
Since there are many phones (HTC, Samsung, LG, Nexus) today that have bootloader unlocked, I want to ask what's preventing them from running a complete native GNU/Linux. GNU/Linux has ARM port and we can run a command line GNU/Linux on top of Android by the method of chroot.
So, what's preventing for existing bootloader unlocked Android phones from running a complete GNU/Linux natively?
HipChat has been doing some good things since it was acquired by Atlassian back in March 2012, including updating its iOS apps with much-needed improvements, but the sorry excuse for a Mac app it offered built on Adobe AIR remained a huge sore spot.