Microsoft interoperability team has released Amazon Web Services (AWS) SDK for Windows Phone which is in beta and its a part of Microsoft‘s open source project. This SDK will help developers to quickly integrate Windows Phone apps with AWS (S3, SimpleDB, and SQS Cloud Services).
According to Director of Business Development for Amazon Web Service:
“Our approach with AWS is to provide developers with choice and flexibility to build applications the way they want and give them unlimited storage, bandwidth and computing resources, while paying only for what they use. We welcome Windows Phone [...]
Google has released source code of Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich which could be grabbed from Google’s Android Open-Source Project git servers.
At the moment Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich equipped only device is Galaxy Nexus but definitely more devices will get release soon having it but Android 4.0 source code will help developers and hackers to create custom ROMs for other mobile devices as well.
To know details about Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich source code download visit Google Groups.
CyanogenMod 7 has just released for Nexus S (Google). The most popular CyanogenMod has been long time used by Android user worldwide. And now, the CyanogenMod version 7 has released for the popular ROM of Nexus S users. This ROM is based on the Android 2.3 Gingerbread source code made available to the public this past weekend under AOSP (Android Open Source Project).
Here the manual Instalation:
Make sure your phone is rooted. You can use our guide on how to root Nexus S.
You must also have a custom recovery installed. In case it isn’t, you can download ROM Manager from the Market and [...]
Through Android Open-Source Project (AOSP), Android 2.3 Gingerbread source code has been released. The push is still not completed and developers and hackers are asked to wait for hours or days in order to keep the servers from going down.
According to Google official blog post:
“Even though Nexus S is designed to be suitable for AOSP work, there are some caveats. I very strongly recommend against trying to use Nexus S for anything related to AOSP at the moment. Trying to unlock or use your Nexus S for AOSP work could easily turn it into a Nexus B (where B means “brick”); I have two [...]
Today we will list all the popular OS Forum scripts, Below are the list, details and download links.
Extreme Message Board
Advanced Electron Forum
phpBB is a popular Internet forum package written in the PHP scripting language. The name “phpBB” is an abbreviation of PHP Bulletin Board. Available under the GNU General Public License, phpBB is free software.
MyBB is a free bulletin [...]
Late last week, I wrote a post about how netbooks running Chrome OS and the iPad were on a collision course. Some people took exception to that, noting the iPad was only a touchscreen device while Chrome OS was created to be used with more traditional computing form factors, like netbooks and laptops. But there’s a new concept video that has surfaced on a Chromium Project page that very much shows how the two could and should compete head-on in the touch tablet space.
Again, this is just a concept video at this point, but it clearly shows what the people building Chrome OS are thinking about [...]
Last week, the world saw Apple’s long anticipated tablet device, the iPad, for the first time. In the aftermath since that announcement, a few things have become clear: it will be great for some people, but its apparent lack of flexibility (at least in its first iteration) may leave something to be desired. It’s increasingly looking like the best alternative will be Google’s Chrome OS, which is clearly on a collision course with the iPad. And tonight, we’ve come across some very impressive mockups of what Chrome OS may look like on a tablet form factor.
The photos have [...]
Website testing company Sauce Labs just announced that it has raised $3.1 million in a first round of funding. The San Francisco startup is trying to build a business around Selenium, the open source testing tool developed by company co-founder Jason Huggins.
Selenium has been downloaded around 2.6 million times, and has been used for testing at companies including Google, Yahoo, eBay, and Salesforce.com, Sauce Labs says. (In fact, Huggins worked at Google for a while to oversee the search giant’s Selenium testing.) Basically, it allows companies to write a script for walking through all the [...]
I used many applications in the last few years that are available for free on the Internet. Whether it’s a CMS or a desktop application, I believe these days free and open-source applications arthan paid ones.
And out of those most popular free softwares available, I would like to share my favourite ones.
The best free software so far which is used by millions right now online. WordPress is a state-of-the-art publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards, and usability. The best them about this blogging software is that you can install various plugins to improve [...]
Today we released Chromium OS, the open source project behind Google Chrome OS. Google Chrome OS is an operating system that is intended for people who spend most of their time on the web. It aims to provide a computing experience that is fast, simple and secure. The Chromium OS project as you’ll see it today is comprised of the code that has been developed thus far, our early experiments with the user interface, and detailed design docs for many parts that are under active development.
To learn more about what Google Chrome OS is, watch this short video:
To get a feel for the Google [...]