Submitted by Harsh Jain and Anna B.
Nowadays, cloud gaming is becoming more and more popular. The benefits are obvious: Instead of downloading and installing large files, you can just connect to the server from a diversity of devices. Let’s take a look how it works in case of video-streaming cloud games. First, a user runs a game on their device. Then an application sends a signal to the servers, it chooses the best available server in cloud and connects the user to it. Actually, the game is stored and played on the server. [More]
Written by Microsoft
We are happy to announce the release of Visual Studio 2015 Update 3. One of the top issues reported in Update 2 was around high memory consumption. We addressed this issue in Update 3 RC, reached out to customers who had reported this issue and received positive confirmation on the fix. In Update 3 you will see many such fixes addressing customer feedback around performance and stability. [More]
Written by Sean Foley
Now is the perfect time to update your Creative Cloud desktop apps and services because the new updates make it even easier to get from “blank page” to “brilliant.” The latest Creative Cloud release includes great new features and performance improvements in your favorite apps as well as some key enhancements to Adobe Stock, including deeper integration with Creative Cloud apps and the addition of an all-new premium collection of high quality stock images. Below are my “Top 10” favorite new features in this latest release. [More]
Submitted by Niven S.
Every day, our team spends hours reading the latest on app development, user experience, monetization, marketing and more. We learn new things, debate how successful a new strategy may be, and take meticulous notes on particularly insightful ideas. So when we come across a really interesting read, we like to share it. Check out these articles to see what we thought was interesting in the world of app development. [More]