Tag Archive: Developers


Safari Technology Preview for Mac OS X Released, Aimed at Developers

Apple has released a new developer focused version of Safari, called Safari Technology Preview. The new browser is aimed at more advanced Mac users who want to “get a sneak peak at upcoming web technologies in OS X and iOS” and test those experimental technologies on websites, web applications, and with Safari extensions and plug-ins. … Read More [Read More…]

Safari Technology Preview for Mac OS X Released, Aimed at Developers

Apple has released a new developer focused version of Safari, called Safari Technology Preview. The new browser is aimed at more advanced Mac users who want to “get a sneak peak at upcoming web technologies in OS X and iOS” and test those experimental technologies on websites, web applications, and with Safari extensions and plug-ins. … Read More

Prospective web developers, it’s time to tame Python [Deals]

Python’s name isn’t accidental — it’s one of the most flexible and wide-reaching web development languages around. It can seem intimidating to learn such a massively applicable language, but this comprehensive bundle of lessons make it easy to learn Python from stem to stern. Comprising 7 courses and around a dozen hours of content, you […]

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Pros and developers alike can benefit from these extended Cyber Monday deals [Deals]

With all the hubbub around the post-Thanksgiving shopping, it’s nice when there’s a huge discount on something that is actually useful. These courses on project management and game design normally go for thousands of dollars, but right now they’re going for less than $ 50. It’s all part of a massive clearing out of eLearning bundles […]

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Apple seeds tvOS 9.1 beta 3 to developers

The first major update for the new Apple TV just took one step closer to its public release with the third beta build of tvOS 9.1. Apple’s latest tvOS 9.1 beta is available to developers through the Member Center, or via an over-the-air update for those that already have the second beta installed. Installing tvOS […]

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iOS 9.2 beta 4 is now available to developers and public testers

Apple has seed iOS 9.2 beta 4 to public testers and developers today, just over a week after dropping the last beta that contained a lot of bug fixes and minor updates. The release notes for iOS 9.2 beta 4 don’t mention any major new improvements, but does note fixes have been added to the […]

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OS X 10.11.2 beta 4 is now available to developers and public testers

Apple has seeded the fourth beta of OS X El Capitan 10.11.2 to developers and public beta testers today. The new beta build 15C47a comes one week after the previous beta was released, which could signify that Apple’s close to completing a final version of the update, after releasing its last OS X update (10.11.1) […]

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iOS 9.2 beta 3 is out now for developers

Apple has seed iOS 9.2 beta 3 to developers the afternoon, one week after dropping the last beta that contained some significant changes to the Safari View Controller. The release notes for iOS 9.2 beta 3 don’t mention any major new improvements, but does note fixes have been added to the dictionary, keyboards, networking and […]

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Apple seeds iOS 9.1 beta 5 to developers

Less than a week after seeding the iOS 9.1 beta 4 to developers, Apple has released the fifth beta for the it’s upcoming update to iOS 9 that includes a bunch of small new features and performance enhancements. The latest release notes for iOS 9.1 beta 5 don’t mention any major new additions. Previous betas […]

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In-app purchases flaw exposes developers to costly hacks

Sloppy coding in some popular iOS games allows hackers to give themselves and others thousands of dollars’ worth of in-app purchases for free. The hole was discovered by developers at DigiDNA, creator of a backup tool called iMazing that allows iPhone and iPad users to access their devices’ hidden file systems. The developers found that […]

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