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Introducing TapPublisher

Introducing TapPublisher | Create mobile apps | Scoop.it
Publisher is a tool to create mobile apps. It runs on Mac OS X and allows you to create apps for iPhone and iPad without technical knowledge or writing code.

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The new era of App Development – Mobile vs. Legacy

The new era of App Development – Mobile vs. Legacy | Create mobile apps | Scoop.it
IT departments must focus on mobile infrastructure to help integrate new apps with legacy systems

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TapPublisher 1.5 is available for download

TapPublisher 1.5 is available for download | Create mobile apps | Scoop.it
It took us almost 2 months to go from version 1.4 to 1.5, but the wait is now over. It's a big update for us, since we rewrote a lot of code to fix bugs and to prepare the future.

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No more roaming charges for EU citizens from December 2015, the European Parliament Decides

No more roaming charges for EU citizens from December 2015, the European Parliament Decides | Create mobile apps | Scoop.it
First Europe moved to slash the pricing of mobile phone roaming costs across the continent.

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Créer facilement une application iPhone/iPad avec TapPublisher

Créer facilement une application iPhone/iPad avec TapPublisher | Create mobile apps | Scoop.it
Créer une application iOS n'est pas toujours une mince affaire. Il existe cependant sur le marché plusieurs solutions spécialisées permettant de gagner beaucoup de temps, des solutions à la fois visuelles et accessibles.

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Software Is Reorganizing the World | Wired Opinion | Wired.com

Software Is Reorganizing the World | Wired Opinion | Wired.com | Create mobile apps | Scoop.it
When cloud formations take physical shape, neither their scale nor duration has an upper bound: We may begin to see cloud towns, then cloud cities, and ultimately cloud countries. At first this sounds rather implausible.
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TapPublisher - Things to consider before creating a mobile app

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More than 100 billion apps downloaded on the AppStore

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Next month, the App Store will celebrate its 7 years. It’s the opportunity for us to revisit some key figures and take stock of its seven years of existence via an infographic. Introduced with the iPhone 3G, the App Store has created a whole new market and an ecosystem that does not yet exist.
At WWDC, Apple also presented a video entitled "The App Effect", which reminds us of the impact of apps in our daily lives and in our society.

“ This is bigger than any of us imagined “ Phil Schiller, senior vice president of worldwide marketing at Apple

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Download TapPublisher 1.6

Download TapPublisher 1.6 | Create mobile apps | Scoop.it
Good news, TapPublisher 1.6 is now available. In this release, you’ll find 2 big new features and a lot of small improvements and bug fixes, both in the editor and in the player.

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Who needs humans? Computers used to teach other computers

Who needs humans? Computers used to teach other computers | Create mobile apps | Scoop.it
Researchers at Washington State University have devised a method by which computers can teach each other, freeing humans from having to do so.

While it may be getting easier for humans to teach robots how to perform new tasks, there's still one potential problem – when a new robot is introduced to a work environment, its user may have to teach it the task over again, from scratch. That might soon no longer be the case, however. Researchers at Washington State University have devised a method by which computers can teach each other, freeing humans from having to do so.

The technique mirrors the way in which a human teacher and student would interact, and has so far been used to teach "student" computers how to play Pac-Man and StarCraft.

The algorithms utilized are based around telling the "teacher" computer – the one that already knows how to play the games – when to advise the student computer to take action, and when to let it simply learn by doing. This is a crucial component of any teacher/student relationship, as the student won't know what to do if too little advice is offered, yet they'll never truly understand what's involved in a task if they're always simply following instructions.


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WWDC - Apple Developer

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The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2014 takes places June 2-6 in San Francisco with an in-depth look at the latest in iOS and OS X.
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5 Critical Tips That Will Help You Get Your Mobile App Noticed And Downloaded

5 Critical Tips That Will Help You Get Your Mobile App Noticed And Downloaded | Create mobile apps | Scoop.it
The number of apps available in the Apple App and Google Play stores is so huge, and growing so explosively, that more often than not most apps get lost in the pile.

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TapPublisher - Why native is the best way to go versus html5 mobile apps

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