Issue OverviewCloud Development Digest - June 2012, Issue 3
Until now, most cloud applications have been developed in desktop environments, but cloud integrated development environments (IDEs) may be poised to upset the status quo. The question is, can cloud IDEs provide greater value to developers than local IDEs? Access >>>
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Vendors aim to get cloud app development off the ground
by Adam Riglian
Plenty of application development is done for the cloud, but little is done in it. Cloud IDE vendors are trying to change that.
- Vendors aim to get cloud app development off the ground by Adam Riglian
Trust in OAuth speeds app development
by Adam Riglian
OAuth, a standard that allows for communication between applications, has sped application development and contributed to the application explosion of the past few years.
Cloud computing trends, cloud strategy begins to emerge
by Jason Tee and Cameron McKenzie
As cloud computing trends continue to evolve, more enterprises are beginning to dabble in cloud-based development environments and cloud strategies are becoming more predominate with early adopters.
- Trust in OAuth speeds app development by Adam Riglian
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