The digest of interesting materials for the mobile developer # 77 (October 26-November 2)

    Last week's result: HTML5 reached recommendation status, two game development stories, Andy Rubin left Google, Microsoft released a smart Band bracelet. About many other things - under the cut in the weekly digest.

    One Thousand: Once More About Testflight

    The more testers, the better. Now you can test the program with the help of not only a fairly narrow circle of sophisticated experts, but also a wide user audience, each of which with its own bell tower is able to tell what your application may be just missing.

    HTML5 standard reaches W3C recommendation status

    The news is very short, but no less important: the W3C officially announced HTML5 as a recommendation.

    Developer Path: Stories of My Enchanting Failures, Part 1

    The story of how I got into gamedev is rather unusual. It all started with the fact that I worked as a promoter of a strip club on Nevsky Prospekt. One of the nights from Friday to Saturday August 2011, a car with a fun company inside stopped in front of me. One person from this company asked where you can have a good rest nearby ...

    The end of the applications as we knew them

    The concept of interacting with content on connected devices (laptops, phones, tablets and other accessories) is undergoing a period of great changes. The idea of ​​the application as an independent destination is becoming less and less important, while the application as a publishing tool with notifications containing content and actions is becoming increasingly relevant. This will change what we design and how we do it.



    Windows phone


    Marketing and monetization



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