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If you are developing a Web application for a mobile device, it’s great if you can run it on  a real device. Sure enough, you can deploy your app on the remote publicly available server and then enter the URL of that server from your mobile device. This strategy works for any mob...
In the first five chapters of the upcoming book on Web development we use Aptana IDE. It’s free, easy to use, has a simple internal Web server, and is Eclipse based. All this makes it a perfect IDE for teaching Web development with HTML and JavaScript. While working on a jQuery.a...
Tоday I was participating in a discussion on one Java forum – the question was if Java is easy or difficult programming language to learn. IMO, Java is not difficult to lear, to teach, and to use. It’s a strongly-typed compiled language with tools that help you out to identify most of ...
Aptana is a great IDE to develop AIR applications using JavaScript. I prefer it to Dreamweaver CS4. I've just received the monthly newsletter where I've learned that they added the support to AIR 1.5 (as well as Mootools 1.2.1 and jQuery 1.3)
Aptana Studio is an IDE for creating web 2.0 applications. It can be downloaded and run as an application or run in the Eclipse IDE. The IDE can be purchased as a professional edition or downloaded in an open source community edition. The open source community edition boasts over 1,300...
One of the cool perks of my role on Aptana’s Advisory Board is that I get to learn about some of the great things they are working on. Today, Aptana has announced Aptana Cloud, including coverage by eWeek, the missing piece in their strategy of making web apps really easy to dep...
Aptana released Jaxer: the first ever Ajax server... you got that right, server-side Ajax ... the concept is pretty interesting, a server-side API that wraps for client-side Ajax app to better optimize it and allows you to interface with the file system and database.... Oh, wait a minu...
Most of the challenges in developing Ajax applications is dealing with the developmentlifecycle of creating applications for the various browsers. Despite the fact that Dojo attempts abstracts away the pecularities of the various browser platforms, there are stillgoing to be cases whe...