Yes or No: Developing Windows 8 Apps
The article “Windows 8 App development: A Burden or Breeze” has a great roundup of resources that Microsoft offers to help developers and some big players weigh in on why they’re developing for Windows.
Gazing Into the Crystal Ball of Mobile App Development
The pros at the research and advisory firm Forrester* analyzed mobile app development and came up with some predictions including the need for “omni-channel application architecture.” Read on at “Forrester: Mobile app dev needs ‘omni-channel’ perspective” at InfoWorld.
No Quality or Style, Just Great Content
So say the folks at Inside Mobile Apps. In the article “Why game content is more important than quality, style and social features,” Kathleen De Vere digs into the potential of game-as-a service. Are you looking for content inspiration for your software? Read this article to see how others are incorporating top-notch content into their games.
Getting Started with Ultrabook™ Development
You’ve heard about the Ultrabook and you’re ready to learn more. Start with “Software Development Resources” from Ultrabook News. This post covers everything developers new to Ultrabook need to know: what it is, where it’s going, and, of course, monetizing your apps for Ultrabook.
What will 2013 bring for mobile app marketing?
Trademob made predictions in the post, “Mobile app marketing trends 2013: Six of the biggest.” They highlight tracking, new mobile user structures, and big data as a few topics that will be top-of-mind for all developers this year. Do you agree?
What articles or blog posts have you read recently?
What are some of your favorite resources on all things software development, including go to market plans for apps, implementing touch screen controls and mobile app marketing? Share your favorite articles in the comments section.