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JavaScript Application Architecture On The Road To 2015

JavaScript Application Architecture On The Road To 2015 | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it

I once told someone I was an architect. It’s true in a way since I now have to design an intricate web of lies to back it up. On a serious note, I thought it might be salutary to look at the state of application architecture in the JavaScript community as we ebb our way towards 2015. I’ll talk about composition, functional boundaries, modularity, immutable data structures, CSP channels and a few other related topics.


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Google Reveals ‘The Physical Web,’ A Project To Make Internet Of Things Interaction App-Less | TechCrunch

Google Reveals ‘The Physical Web,’ A Project To Make Internet Of Things Interaction App-Less | TechCrunch | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it
Google's Scott Jenson, an interaction and UX designer who left the company only to return to the Chrome team last November, has revealed a project underway at..
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"Every 'thing' can and will become a consumer electronics product": A period of innovation for Internet of Things

"Every 'thing' can and will become a consumer electronics product": A period of innovation for Internet of Things | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it
“The Internet of Things has been much-hyped trend promising Jetson-style home automation, but the reality of internet-connected gadgets is already upon us with devices that 'talk' to each other.”
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Richard Platt's curator insight, August 29, 2014 12:15 AM

A lot of people talk about these grand things like turning your air conditioning on before you come home and the internet on the fridge. Those things aren’t really that useful, they are very gimmicky, novel." - and IoT devices “are a lot harder to control so the management of the ecosystem is crucial,” 


Besides the last item we see of significant importance, we actually see the networked home to be more about managing the consumables, monitoring, and maintenance aspects of your home, those are real Jobs-To-Be-Done. Anything outside of that is likely only for those souls who are too lazy to get off the couch to turn the lights or ceiling fan on, or off. 

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Apps move into IoT design - Electronics Eetimes

Apps move into IoT design - Electronics Eetimes | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it
Imagination Technologies is placing apps at the heart of its push to get the MIPS architecture adopted for the Internet of Things.

It is making its FlowCloud technology available via an Android and iOS app to developers, including the maker community, hobbyists and students, to speed IoT application development. FlowCloud support will be available on several low-cost development boards with MIPS CPUs across a range of operating systems, starting with a Microchip-based chipKIT WiFire board from Digilent.

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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, July 12, 2014 10:21 AM

IoT design is coming to the forefront now, the next big thing.

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Google Leads Coalition For Container Management - InformationWeek

Google Leads Coalition For Container Management - InformationWeek | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it
IBM, Microsoft, Red Hat, Docker unite behind Google's Kubernetes as a container management system.

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Public Cloud Computing Required? Fast-Tracking the Digital Enterprise

Public Cloud Computing Required? Fast-Tracking the Digital Enterprise | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it
What is the digital enterprise? Joe McKendrick of Forbes says it is "associated with the design, development and delivery of innovative products and services through online channels." In other words, taking what is best about a business and moving it ...

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Peter Azzopardi's curator insight, July 8, 2014 6:28 PM

The article reveals the findings of a Saugatuck Technology survey, which found that 60 percent of businesses are creating new digital products and services while 70 percent are adapting existing services to work within a digital framework. But only 29 percent of respondents said the majority of their business apps and infrastructure reside in the cloud.

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OK Google, crank the A/C: Nest announces new smart home API

OK Google, crank the A/C: Nest announces new smart home API | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it
Nest co-founder Matt Rogers on user data and making the tech more affordable.
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Application Development at iOS is Costly Compare to Android, Blackberry, Windows and Others

Application Development at iOS is Costly Compare to Android, Blackberry, Windows and Others | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it
iOS application development is economically expensive compare to other mobile operating system platforms like android, windows, blackberry and others.

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Peter Azzopardi's curator insight, June 19, 2014 6:11 AM

Nothing to surprise here with the research as Apple has always traded at the top when it’s an economic matter whether it’s buying an iPhone or developing an app for iPhone.

Guest Post: Thanks to @Rahul Vyas for the scoop.

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Wearables At Work Will Reshape The Office

Wearables At Work Will Reshape The Office | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it

Salesforce, the maker of online tools for tracking customers and helping employees collaborate, is the latest company to try and capture the buzz around wearable devices, following in the Nike-clad footsteps of Samsung and Apple. Earlier this week, it introducedSalesforce Wear, a set of code libraries to help build apps that connect Salesforce's data with smartwatches, activity trackers, computerized glasses, and other sensor-laden gadgets we wear on our bodies.

 

The obvious thing to do with this software is build simple notification apps. Meetings get more productive if employees aren’t constantly pulling out their smartphones, and can instead stay in touch with a simple glance at the wrist. But I'm more intrigued by the notion of connecting the world of work to the world of fitness.


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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, June 13, 2014 8:51 AM

Easier to look at your phone than pull out your smartphone. Very interesting article.

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Google Embraces Docker, the Next Big Thing in Cloud Computing

Google Embraces Docker, the Next Big Thing in Cloud Computing | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it
On Tuesday Google will offer tools that can accommodate Docker containers on the company’s cloud service, Google App Engine and Google Compute Engine, and it will release additional software that can juggle containers across all sorts of outside services and machines as well.

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Peter Azzopardi's curator insight, June 9, 2014 5:26 PM

This technology is called Docker. You can think of it as a shipping container for things on the internet–a tool that lets online software makers neatly package their creations so they can rapidly move them from machine to machine to machine.

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What Mary Meeker's mobile internet means for you | ZDNet

What Mary Meeker's mobile internet means for you | ZDNet | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it
When Mary Meeker, perhaps technology's leading prophet, looks to the future she sees the mobile internet growing ever faster and that means changes for businesses, programmers, and users.
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The next wave of mobile startups

The next wave of mobile startups | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it
Mary Meeker has just published her excellent annual roundup of Internet Trends. As always there's lots of good stuff in there. My biggest takeaway is best expla
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How do you build a smart city? Start with energy, tech, water

How do you build a smart city? Start with energy, tech, water | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it
The series "Previewing the possible for smart cities" begins, starting with the basics: energy, water and information and communication technology.

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The Future of Audio Engineering | Tape Op - the Creative Music Recording Magazine

The Future of Audio Engineering | Tape Op - the Creative Music Recording Magazine | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it
Tape Op is a free magazine exclusively about recording music.
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Cloud based apps are the key to expand the Internet of Things

Cloud based apps are the key to expand the Internet of Things | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it
“We live in a world where the phrase “there’s an app for that” is used is used daily.”
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[video+slides] FirefoxOS – HTML5 for a truly world-wide-web (Sapo Codebits 2014) | Christian Heilmann

[video+slides] FirefoxOS – HTML5 for a truly world-wide-web (Sapo Codebits 2014) | Christian Heilmann | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it
[video+slides] FirefoxOS – HTML5 for a truly world-wide-web (Sapo Codebits 2014) http://t.co/4jvx1fgcAN

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5 reasons the Maker Movement will drive the Internet of Things

5 reasons the Maker Movement will drive the Internet of Things | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it
Tweet Scoop.it Tweet By James Mack, KORE Marketing & Channel Development Manager [June 2014] Making things is cool again! Looking into retail, big chains are out and homemade kitsch is in. In the gaming realm MineCraft and several thousand ‘build your own’ game clones are sweeping the internet. People are fleeing their safe ‘nine to [...]
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How low can a smartphone go? - ZDNet

How low can a smartphone go? - ZDNet | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it
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How low can a smartphone go? ZDNet In an almost earth-shattering revelation, Mozilla announced several months ago that it would be introducing phones based on its HTML5 web-based mobile operating system for a rock-bottom US$25, and now, just...

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The Internet Of Things Will Need Millions Of Developers By 2020

The Internet Of Things Will Need Millions Of Developers By 2020 | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it
As big as Internet of Things could be, the only real way to measure its value is by developer counts, not sensor counts.
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Trends and future predictions from the mobile app development world - WhaTech

Trends and future predictions from the mobile app development world - WhaTech | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it
Mobile apps, mobile app development and mobile app marketing are on a high demand these days. Estimations say that these demands will increase more in the future.

Mobile app craze is going on increasing not only among users, but also among business people and mobile app developers. It has become a way to earn money or revenues. Everyone wants to jump in this world and demands for mobile app development is continuously rising on a high-speed. To meet with this demand, quantity of mobile app developers is also increasing with a demand of higher revenues. Let's have a close look on current trends of mobile app developmentmarket.

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Richard Platt's curator insight, June 19, 2014 2:05 AM

A MUST READ - If you're a would be developer, or working for an OEM thinking to build an App 

Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, June 19, 2014 7:57 AM

More than 100 billion apps will be downloaded this year.

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These 5 Speed Bumps Could Stop The Internet Of Things Dead In Its Tracks

These 5 Speed Bumps Could Stop The Internet Of Things Dead In Its Tracks | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it
We have a long way to go before seeing fully integrated smart homes.
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contiki open source systems for IOT

contiki open source systems for IOT | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it
In the little known world of the Internet of things (IOT) , Contiki, rules IOT in terms of providing Open source operating systems connecting tiny low-cost, low-power microcontrollers to the Internet.
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Google smartwatch: how it will work

Google smartwatch: how it will work | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it
A developer has demonstrated Google's highly anticipated smartwatch, which will deliver personalised updates and notifications based on Google Now. By Samuel Gibbs
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Series: Building an iOS app with PhoneGap, Angular.js and the ionic framework

Series: Building an iOS app with PhoneGap, Angular.js and the ionic framework | Mobile Cloud Computing And Beyond | Scoop.it

In this series I plan to build a mobile application using primarily web technologies (HTML5, js and css). I will be targeting iOS since those are the devices I have access to at the moment, but the application should be deployable to a number of platforms without major changes due to the technologies I will be using.

 

Series Parts:

* Building an iOS app with PhoneGap, Angular.js and the ionic framework
* Building a basic iOS UI using Angular and Ionic
* Recording Geo location data with PhoneGap and Angular
* Refactoring the js code structure PhoneGap and Angular
* Uploading files with PhoneGap and Angular
* A few different ways to improve user feedback in our Ionic application
* Displaying current and max speed with PhoneGap and Ionic
* Deleting files with PhoneGap
* Calculating distance and speed with the GeoLocation API - PhoneGap


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