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Answered by gavin.carothers : Apr 08 2010 02:26 PM
The agreement seems to leave the door open for PhoneGap. To me PhoneGap is the most interesting of the "development frameworks" for the iPad/iPhone.
There are two ways to look at the new features that Apple announced today, from the end-user perspective, and from the developer perspective. With that in mind, let's talk a bit about some of the mor...
Answered by msilver : Apr 08 2010 10:29 AM
I read the updates through gizmodo so that may have been tainted by their commentary, but my coworker said "Like Multifinder," which was the old classic Mac System multitasking service. full answer >
Answered by msilver : Apr 08 2010 06:46 AM
If the books exist on your computer and not just on your iPhone, it's just as easy as adding songs to your iTunes library and then to your iPad.
If you only have them on your iPhone, I know that... full answer >
Answered by macslocum : Apr 07 2010 08:23 AM
What an awesome idea!
I wish the iPad had voice command functionality across the board. But as far as I can tell, that's not currently available. The good news is that the hardware is in pla... full answer >
Now that developers can get their hands on the iPad, it's reasonable to predict an oncoming wave of app development. The larger screen and faster processor practically guarantee it. And that means all...
If you're going to develop web applications that function on an iPhone or iPad, you're going to need some software. In this screencast, Jonathan Stark walks through exactly what you need to get downlo...
There's a certain type of early adopter who doesn't just covet a device, they want to deconstruct it piece by piece until they understand the thing from the inside out. If you fall into that camp -- o...