With 2015 in the books, we take a final look back at the stories that captured your attention this year. Here is a recap of the most popular stories of the year across news and analysis, API category roundups, and tutorials, based on what our readers clicked on and shared most often this year.
Microsoft made a preview of Windows Bridge for iOS available today, an open-source application to help developers bring iOS apps to Windows devices.
RF Digital uses RFduino to develop and expand applications on the Windows platform, starting with Windows 8.1, for personal and enterprise wireless app development and deployment.
Microsoft says Windows 10 is for the Internet of Things, and touts Office 365 as a valuable API. Data ownership is muscling in on the public API.
Embarcadero Technologies this week announced a major release for its Appmethod platform for building Internet of Things applications.
Marking what has been a multi-year journey, Telerik today unveiled Telerik Platform, which combines a rich set of tools for developing applications for multiple platforms with cloud services that manage the application lifecycle process.
SOA Software Announces Availability of API Management Solution for Microsoft Environments Including Windows Azure
SOA Software, a leading API management solutions provider, has just announced the availability of a new API Management solution for Microsoft environments. The SOA Software API Management Solution for Microsoft offers enterprise users full lifecycle management of their Microsoft-based APIs including APIs designed for Windows Azure (Cloud Platform, Mobile Services, Service Bus and WebAPI).
At a company event in San Francisco yesterday, Microsoft launched the highly anticipated Windows Phone 8. Chris Velazco of TechCrunch was in attendance at the event, and reported that in addition to the launch of the new Windows Phone, Microsoft announced that the Windows Phone SDK 8.0 will be available for developers to download October 30, 2012.