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Links & Reads from 2015 Week 13

Enjoy reading and exploring!

Reads:

#Java:

#JavaScript:

#Dart:

Links:

Links – Android stuff:

  • AirMapView – ‘a view abstraction that enables interactive maps for devices with and without Google Play Services’
  • Network Connection Class – ‘an Android library that allows you to figure out the quality of the current user’s internet connection’
  • Device Year Class – ‘a library that analyzes an Android device’s specifications and calculates which year the device would be considered “high end”’
  • Fresco – ‘a powerful system for displaying images in Android applications’

 

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Links & reads from 2014 Week 13

Enjoy reading and exploring!

Reads:

Links:

  • An Introduction to APIs – mini course
  • mogo-chat – an open-source team chat app, written in Elixir and Ember.js
  • Clojure 1.6 – new version of Clojure, link to release announcement
  • Clojure/West 2014 – collection of videos from the presentations held at the conference
  • fnhouse – a Clojure library for building web services
  • liberator – one more Clojure library, ‘for building RESTful applications’
  • Spring 4.0.3 – new version of Spring (bringing Java 8 support), link to release announcement
  • OpenFL – an ‘open-source, native implementation of the Flash API’ that uses Haxe
  • shiny – a web application framework for R

Links & reads from 2013 Week 13

This week provided some good reads. Among them to note some – as the articles on API stuff, on the work environment, on Backbone and so on.. Enjoy reading and exploring!

Reads:

Links:

  • tsuru – a PaaS solution written in Go
  • Devstack – build an OpenShift environment the easy way
  • Dollar – a Java 6 library that can be handy when working with Collections and similar
  • Titan 0.3.0 – the distributed graph database comes with a new release
  • Dashing – a ‘dashboard framework’
  • gridster.js – a jQuery based drag’n’drop multi grid
  • Sidr – a jQuery based side menus
  • bespoke.js – another JS library for making presentations in the browser
  • Skycons – ten animated weather glyphs usable via HTML5 canvas
  • Climacons – ~seventy weather icons