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AeroGear UnifiedPush Server 0.9.0 released

I am happy to announce that we have a new release of the AeroGear UnifiedPush Server! This release contains again a some API changes. The most important one is a true unification of our supported client platforms. Before this release the SimplePush clients were

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Attending UIKonf

Yesterday I was in Berlin (always worth to go there) for attending the UIKonf: an iOS developers conference. The location (Heimathafen) was awesome! Pretty good atmosphere, and awesome coffee all day. Yay! The talk line-up was good as well. They

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One year no blogging – Joined JBoss/Red Hat

The title says it all 🙂 Since August 2012 I am also no longer working for Kaazing, I decided to join the AeroGear team at JBoss/Red Hat. My focus there will be HTML5 and mobile. Stay tuned!

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Disabling the ARC in Xcode 4.2

With Xcode 4.2 (iOS 5) Apple introduce ARC (Automatic Reference Counting) to help with memory management. Basically you no longer need to call retain or release. However current examples/books (and (open source) libraries) are still doing it. This leads to

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Getting started with Objective C

In order to do i{Phone|Pod|Pad} or Mac development you need to learn Objective-C, which is basically adding some object-orientation to the C language. The last 2.5 days I spent some time in learning about Objective C. I used Xcode (an

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Extending TCP/UDP-based protocols to the browser by using WebSocket

WebSocket is a bi-directional AND full-duplex communication STANDARD to build next generations web applications. The WebSocket Protocol and its client APIs are getting more and more to their final state. You could say it is “TCP for the web”. However WebSocket is NOT:

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Java Client for WebSocket

When folks hear WebSocket, they most-likely imaging using the (native) JavaScript APIs, from modern browsers, to access a WebSocket server. However there is a need for other platforms, like a regular Java client. Several Http Client projects, like Async Http

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