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AWS SDK for Unity now part of AWS SDK for .NET


Amazon announced that AWS SDK for Unity is now part of AWS SDK for .NET. Last year, the company announced the general availability of AWS SDK for Unity, but has since added support for other AWS services including Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS), AWS Lambda, and Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS). “The AWS

January 15, 2016

GoDaddy Launches New WordPress Plugin Partner Program


GoDaddy launched a new WordPress Plugin Partner Program to help with the discovery and use of plugins in the WordPress community. The company announced thew news at WordCamp U.S. on Friday. “With 40,000+ plugins available, it can be difficult for developers to have their plugin rise above the noise. GoDaddy’s program boosts visibility of the

December 11, 2015

Microsoft Not Interested In Android Apps For Windows


Earlier this year at its Build conference, Microsoft indicated that it would soon enable mobile app developers to easily port their iOS and Android apps to Windows 10, but it looks like that may no longer be the case with Android, at least in the near term. While things are still in place on the

November 20, 2015

Dates Have Been Announced For Facebook’s F8 Conference


Facebook announced the dates of its next F8 developer event, which appears to be regularly held on an annual basis once again.

If you’ll recall, years ago, Facebook held F8 nearly each year, but then the conference disappeared for a while. 2016’s event will make it the third year in a row.

November 06, 2015

New Site Launch Tip: Review Internal Links


Not every page is a landing page. By that I mean that there are likely more than a couple pages on your site that you wouldn’t want to be your first contact with a visitor. Policy and privacy pages come to mind, maybe even a login page.

Every site has them. They are important pages to have, but they’re only needed for specific purposes. They simply do not have the type of content that draws visitors into the sales and conversion process.

October 23, 2015

Android Apps Now Have An Increased File Size Limit


Google announced that it’s increasing the APK file size limit for Android apps from 50MB to 100MB giving developers more room to work with in creating app experiences with less restriction.

Google does warn, however, that just because you can now make an app bigger, that doesn’t necessarily mean you should. It reminds developers to consider things like mobile data connectivity, mobile data caps, app performance, and install time.

October 02, 2015

App Indexing Was The Topic Of Discussion On The Youtube Series “Coffee with a Googler”


The Google Developers YouTube channel has a series called “Coffee with a Googler,” in which various Googlers share insights into various dev topics in a casual interview setting. The latest one focuses on what is one of Google’s newest mobile ranking signals – App Indexing.

September 18, 2015

Integrate Your Various Apps With Slacks Newly Added Features


Slack has been getting a lot of big improvements over the past month or so. In July, it got an adjustment that made it better for communication. Then, earlier this month, Slack announced the ability to direct email to channels.

August 28, 2015

There Are New Beta Testing Options For Android Developers


Google announced improved beta testing for Android apps on Google Play with new features like open beta and closed beta using email addresses.

Google first launched beta testing two years ago, and has been gathering feedback from developers ever since. The Google Play Developer Console lets developers release early versions of their app to select users an an alpha or beta test with the select user group downloading the app on Google Play as normal. They can’t review or rate it on the store, however.

July 31, 2015

General Public Now Has Access To Google App Engine


Google announced the general availability of App Engine for Go, the cloud-native open source language aimed at solving large-scale compute issues.

The company is removing the beta label on the offering and extending the App Engine Service Level Agreement and Deprecation Policy to it.

July 17, 2015
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