is boring. Apps are cool.
So why didn't the 11th graders of Chris Bosh — programming still seems to have something of a branding problem. When we introduced ourselves as computer programmers or software designers, we were met with polite nods or blank stares. When we said "We make apps like and …consider software to be an interesting or viable career option? Partly because — despite the efforts of people like and
…was really happening on all of our threads and the hardware while respecting the sandboxes placed on apps.
New Relic has been working hard to provide a seamless experience for asynchronous web frameworks like Node.js and Play 2 on Java. We've taken that experience, mixed in some of the networking and hardware-level information that's so vital to the mobile experience and created Interaction Timelines.
The timeline shows you the flow of your code across threads and across …
Apps are an essential part of the Internet of Customers. They are the dashboards to people's lives. They allow your customers to be part of your business' workflows, and for you to engage with them on an unprecedented level. Customer connected apps are the next phase of how companies are innovating and gaining competitive advantage.
Today, we are launching Heroku1, a complete service for building and scaling the next generation of customer connected apps.
Heroku1 is purpose-built …
…if everyone has a stake in making sure the product is a pleasure to use. "Ops can rapidly get detached from the customer, because all we're doing is keeping the lights on and helping set up new apps," Nathan adds. " EOS keeps me reminded of why we're doing that, and how our customers use our products."
Does everyone at your company have a chance to interact with customers? If so, tell us more about it in the comments.
An actualcoder using New Relic. Not a model.
One New Relic story I often share is about our recent move to daily production deployments. A few years ago we manually deployed twice a week to Production. During these scheduled deployments, we would gather around …
Open the eclipse directory and double-click eclipse.exe to start Eclipse:
You'll see this splash screen:
Followed by this dialog box, asking where your Android projects should be stored. I went with the default, which is typically \ Users\your login name\workspace :
I checked Use this as the default and do not ask again and then clicked OK…
…common than single or double taps — but mostly in the operating system, not within websites or web apps.
Voice interfaces. Swipes might not stand a chance. Touch UI will start to look dated as people find convenience in Siri, Android 4.3 Voice Search, Dragon, Skyvi, or other apps that interpret the human voice.
Apps with personality. But while you may spend more time talking to your phone instead of on it, anything interactive will seem to be an entity, not a mere tool. But …
Apps, Apps Everywhere!
We started breaking up the hub into lots of little pieces, responsible for very specific parts of what the previous monolithic implementation used to do. Heroku allowed us to quickly iterate on breaking out new applications and deploying them as new Heroku apps. To date, a total of eight different apps now make up Travis CI.
Our applications are split by responsibility:
I obviously have a general interest …
Phones for Apps for - OS is giving away phones to entice app developers.
Does - Looks like we may see some rapid movement towards native introduce slowness? in now.
RubyMotion Goes 2.0 And Gets - Lots of new goodies here. , and Plugins
fartscroll.js - from The Onion. Be afraid.
How to - A walkthrough using a server … a Production Server for 4