Earlier this month NS Basic announced the release of a new version of their BASIC IDE called NS Basic/App Studio that supports development for iOS devices. This program promises to significantly reduce the learning curve that is normally associated with developing applications for iPhone and iPad devices. NS Basic has a rich history of producing tools for hobbyists and professional developers targeting multiple mobile platforms including Newton, Palm OS, Windows CE, and now iOS and Android. As soon as we heard the news, we reached out to their founder and President, George Henne and asked him the following questions:
Technology news site Venture Beat recently broke the news that Digg, the social networking site for linksharing and newsgathering, was working on a new application programming interface (API) that would allow third-party developers to integrate full Digg functionality into their apps.
We reached out to Sprikit Software’s Scott Fitzhugh, developer of the iPhone app Shovel, for comment.
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