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Version control is an important part of software configuration management and typically deals with changes to documentation, computer programs and other forms of information that is collected. So why is […]
When asked why he chose Cincom Smalltalk for mobile app development, Buck said, “It wasn’t a difficult choice! Java code isn’t portable to iOS, and C code was much too difficult for complex applications. We really needed a better cross-platform development environment Cincom Smalltalk was the best tool for the game.
Mobile App Development Using Cincom Smalltalk In Forrester’s, Build Mobile Experiences That Drive Engagement, Forrester Research, Inc., June 20, 2017, Jeffrey S. Hammond and Michael Facemire summarize: “The mobile mind shift is driving businesses’ customers […]
Welcome to the May 2018 edition of the Cincom Smalltalk™ Digest. In this edition, the new releases of Cincom Smalltalk are available for customers and partners, Arden Thomas continues his DomainMaster Hidden Gems series and we feature a few videos by Suzanne Fortman.
The purpose of the Hidden Gems Screencast is to give developers who use Cincom Smalltalk some valuable insight into useful abilities of the products that may not be obvious. This episode is a series […]
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Have you dreamed of being wildly successful and creating the next “big thing” in the development world? Maybe you’ve had grand visions of where you would like to be, but have never found a solution to help you get down that path. Why not give Cincom Smalltalk a try?