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  • The 8 Best Programming Languages for Enterprise Development

    Sponsored by: Sphere Software

    Whether your development is web-centric or cloud-based, this expert e-guide helps you evaluate programming languages and app frameworks for targeting back-end apps. From increasingly popular languages like Python to tried-and-true, established ones like JavaScript, uncover a comparison of 8 back-end programming languages.

  • Why Officially Supported Clients aren't Optional in API Projects

    Sponsored by: TIBCO Software Inc.

    APIs are about more than just coordinating software processes, building code, and integrating the various pieces of app development – they're about community and communication. In this expert e-guide, explore the use of open source and building relationships with officially supported clients to help guide API projects.

  • Case Study: Cut Substantial Time from your Weekly Development Processes

    Sponsored by: ZeroTurnaround

    When building, deploying and restarting applications, every minute counts. This case study explores how Heliocentris, a global energy supply and efficiency company eliminated development time by hours. Access now and find out how you can free up time in your development schedule.

  • Mobile app development, JavaScript everywhere and “the three amigos”

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Today's enterprise application developer must master a range of technologies, APIs and techniques that can be quite overwhelming. However, savvy developers can reduce their "concept count" for building mobile applications with the help of three tools.

  • FOXit Creates Award-Winning, Cross Platform Mobile App

    Sponsored by: Telerik

    In this case study, find out how FOXit, a South-African-based project and portfolio management (PPM) provider, was able to create a native-looking mobile app for multiple devices, with a single UI codebase, using only HTML5 and JavaScript.

  • Arekibo- Ireland's Leading Digital Agency Saves 75% Development Time with Kendo UI

    Sponsored by: Telerik

    In this case study, learn how Arekibo, Ireland's leading digital consulting agency, succeeded in delivering a compelling web experience using HTML5 and JavaScript, while also saving 75% on development time.

  • Build Cross-Platform Mobile Applications

    Sponsored by: Telerik Icenium

    In this resource, discover a set of tools that enable you to create cross-platform mobile applications from development to deployment. Read now for a tutorial on how to build your own application using a development environment, a UI mobile framework, and cloud storage technologies.

  • Tools to unit test your JavaScript

    Sponsored by: IBM

    While unit testing your JavaScript can be challenging, developers agree that it is becoming an increasingly important task. This white paper reviews three popular tools that you can leverage to ease the testing process and mitigate common challenges.

  • Get started with JavaScript

    Sponsored by: IBM

    This knowledge path begins with an overview of the JavaScript language to provide a foundation for writing JavaScript code. It then covers more advanced topics such as object-oriented JavaScript and DOM modification for HTML page manipulation before covering introductory Asynchronous JavaScript + XML (Ajax) concepts and how to make Ajax requests.

  • HTML5: Painting with Canvas

    Sponsored by: Intel

    With the newly introduced canvas element in HMTL5, all you need to do is put an element on your page and paint anything you want by creating scriptable graphics with JavaScript. Read this article to learn how to paint on a page with HTML5's canvas element through a simple painting application example.

  • Gaming Health Meter with CSS3

    Sponsored by: Intel

    This article describes how game developers can use the power of CSS3 to design common game indicators, such as health, magic, ammo, money, etc.

  • Convert IBM Cloud image parameters into Java using JAXB: JAXB and Plain Old Java Objects morph XML cloud image parameters in usable Java code

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Get under the hood:  This technical note describes how to transform XML response into a Java™-usable response by creating Plain Old Java Objects (POJOs) and calling JAXB's unmarshal method. Simplify how to send requests to create new instances based on images that request parameters from Java classes.

  • Developing Richer Web based Applications

    Sponsored by: QUALCOMM Incorporated

    This white paper describes industry developments that will lead the browser, JavaScript and the mobile processor to combine for web applications that perform on par with their native counterparts.

  • Why Hackers have turned to Malicious JavaScript Attacks

    Sponsored by: Sophos

    Learn about the threat of malicious JavaScript attacks, and how they work. Understand how cybercriminals make money with these types of attacks and why IT managers should be vigilant.

  • Presentation Transcript: Client-Side Security Issues - The Twilight Zone of Web Security

    Sponsored by: IBM

    This presentation transcript discusses the various types of JavaScript client-side issues that exist in today’s Web applications, their prevalence on the internet and how to locate and fix them.

  • Oracle WebLogic Server: A Solid Foundation for Service-Oriented Architecture

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation

    This paper discusses how Java EE 5 dramatically speeds the development of SOA applications and how enterprise developers can leverage its power by using Oracle WebLogic Server. Download this free white paper today.

  • Faster PHP Through Java

    Sponsored by: Caucho Technology

    Using benchmarks and code samples throughout to anchor the discussion, this paper explores how Quercus - Caucho's Java implementation of PHP - can perform faster than the standard Apache-based PHP both in synthetic benchmarks and real-world applications. The results are quite impressive.

  • CodePro AnalytiX: Automated Code Quality and Security Analysis for Eclipse Java Developers

    Sponsored by: Instantiations

    CodePro AnalytiX is a comprehensive set of software analysis tools composed of a collection of native Eclipse plugins. It seamlessly integrates into any Eclipse-based Java desktop development environment, adding code audit, security analysis, metrics, test generation, JUnit test editing, code coverage and team collaboration functionality.

  • Policy Reference Guide: Blackberry Enterprise Server

    Sponsored by: BlackBerry

    Devices that are running the BlackBerry Application Suite can use all the IT policy rules that are associated with the supported features of the BlackBerry Application Suite.

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