Intel Services and SmartBear Collaborate to Help Developers Make ‘Stuff That Works’

Mashery Ready! API Plugin - Learn More

Written by Harneet Singh, Product Management for Developer Tools at Intel Mashery Today, we are pleased to announce that Intel® Mashery™ I/O Docs is coming to SmartBear!  Available as a plugin, you can now import your Mashery I/O Docs definitions into Ready! API, enabling … [Read more...]

CAST 2014 – Day 2 Retrospective


A day after taking a deep dive into the art of performance testing, I was curious to explore some of the intellectual underpinnings surrounding the craft. After all, if one assumes testing is more than just a predefined series of motions designed to accomplish a specific … [Read more...]

Your API’s Need for Speed


APIs aren’t just about what content they deliver; they are also about how well they deliver that content. With the API Economy on the verge of outright explosion in 2015 – as if it hasn’t been exponentially growing year over year since 2005 – it’s no surprise that even … [Read more...]

GIF is Dead; Long Live WebM


The GIF format was given new life for its animation capabilities, but WebM blows that away The GIF format had been left for dead following the LZW patent dispute of the mid-1990s, but enjoyed a resurrection thanks to the demise of said offending patent and the realization … [Read more...]

A Test Design Q&A with @joshin4colours


If Lorinda Brandon is following you on Twitter, watch out because she might read one of your posts and convince you to do a 45-minute webinar about it. Her first victim was Josh Grant, a test automation expert from CaseWare in Toronto, Ontario. On March 5, Josh … [Read more...]

9 Challenges Faced by Google Glass Developers


Developing apps for Google's Android is usually smooth as glass. Developing for Glass? Not so smooth. Here are some complications that only Glassware developers will encounter. Google refers to the people who sport its Glass, the technology that doubles as eyewear, as … [Read more...]

5 Truly Effective CSS Boilerplates and Frameworks


Creating engaging websites that invite return visits is hard work. A modern site also has to scale to support every device available and be launched online in ever -shorter times. Perhaps the only reasonable way for developers to implement the responsive design demanded by … [Read more...]

SGI’s Long, Strange Trip: from Dinosaurs to Big Data


Some companies stay in the same business they began with, for good or ill. Others change their business model – and survive. Silicon Graphics isn't the same it was 20 years ago, but it is alive and kicking – and today it’s focusing on Big Data. Twenty years ago, Stephen … [Read more...]

9 Live Wallpapers to Make Your Macintosh Even More Beautiful


My name is Carol Pinchefsky, and I'm a Macaholic. I've never owned, or even seriously used, a PC. I find Macs intuitive and usable, and I've never once felt that way about C: drives and D: drives and oh-god-why-me drives. So may the ghost of Steve Jobs smite me for … [Read more...]

Have Some Fun with ASCII Art

ASCII art is probably as old as the use of ASCII itself, and unless you create it by typing each letter manually without a generator, I'm hard pressed to even call it art.  However, like those silly Skype emoticons, there is something fun about it that has me playing around … [Read more...]