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MoSync Aug 15

MoSync: App Development Made Easier

MoSync is an open source SDK, which is a rich cross-platform mobile application development environment that makes it easy to develop apps for all major mobile platforms from a single code base. One…

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Codename One: A Cross-Device Platform for Mobile App Development

The proud boast of Codename One developers is, “Write once, run anywhere native mobile apps.” And it works exactly that way. You can use your existing Java skills to target iOS, Android and…

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Qt5: Console Applications and Networking

Continuing with the series on Qt5 programming, this article takes the reader on to writing code and building a console application, which is also a network server In the article carried in the…

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Analyse Your Data with Pandas

Here’s an introduction to Pandas, an open source software library that’s written in Python for data manipulation and analysis. Pandas facilitates the manipulation of numerical tables and the time series. In recent times,…

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Learn How to Write Apps for the Firefox OS

Recently, Mozilla released its first line of phones, which run the Firefox OS. In case you haven’t heard about it, the Firefox OS is a standalone Web-centric operating system in which the development…

Use CoffeeScript To Write Your JavaScript

JavaScript has become the lingua franca of the Web and has gained a lot of popularity in recent years. Many frameworks and technologies have been inspired by JavaScript, and it now powers most…

Get Your Hands On CODE VALIDATOR

We bring you an interesting article where three final year students from Thiagarajar college of Engineering (TCE), Thiruparankundram, Tamil Nadu have designed an exciting web based tool ‘Code Validator’  (CV). Know more about…

A Bird’s Eye View of Android System Services

Android is gaining unprecedented momentum in the smartphone and tablet market. This huge success is usually attributed to factors like the open ecosystem, the choice of Java as the application programming language, the…

Joy of Programming!

Design smells are poor solutions to recurring implementation and design problems. This article gives readers an overview on what design smells are, why we should be concerned about them, and what we can…

Code Sport

Over the next few columns, we will take a look at data storage systems, and how they are evolving to cater to the data-centric computing world. Last month, we featured a special edition…

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