Larry Franks and Brian Swan on Open Source and Device Development in the Cloud
It has been a busy, long week, but I have managed to find time to read a few links. Here are the interesting ones.
Online tools for Azure Web Sites: Some useful tools if you are working with Windows Azure Web Sites.
Remote administration of Azure Web Sites using IIS Manager: That's pretty cool!
Adding touch support to applications using openFramework on WinRT: Good read if you're creating Windows Store apps using openFramework.
Mozilla and Unity bring Unity Game Engine to WebGL: Nice! Unity is available on just about every platform out there now.
Easily build OpenCV-powered apps for Windows Store: MS Open Tech enabling more stuff in Windows 8 apps. This time OpenCV functionality.
Creating CSS animations using Move.js: An example of using Move.js for animations.
Crosswalk: A new framework for HTML applications. The trick is that it has its own device-specific wrapper for rendering your web site on the device.
Changes in the Azure Mobile Services JWT token: You can ignore if you are not creating a JWT yourself for authenticating with mobile services.
Virtual tools for testing your site: BrowserStack, free VMs, and a trial of Parallels.
Android studio: This was going to be an "Android studio 0.5.0" link, then I noticed we're up to 0.5.2 already. Useful if you're looking for yet another way to develop for Android.
Android Wear: Google also jumped into wearables this week.
Sublime with .NET Part 1: A new series on using Sublime for .NET development.
GA release of the Google API client library for .NET: If you use .NET and want to hook up to some Google APIs.
Dataflow programming with Straw: An example of using the Straw framework to process and visualize Twitter data.
Build end-to-end apps in TypeScript: Nice if you are interested in TypeScript
Rails 4.0 released: The latest and greatest.
Windows Azure, Ruby on Rails, Capistrano 3 and PostgreSQL: Tutorial for hosting a Rails site that uses PostgreSQL on an Azure VM
OneNote and Microsoft's quiet API revolution: I use OneNote a lot, but haven't tried out the new API yet. Maybe this weekend.
OData v4.0 and OData JSON format v4.0 approved as OASIS standards: For anyone using OData.