Apple provides Mountain Lion through the Mac App Store (20$, 4 GB), and also XCode 4.4 and Safari 6.
Archive for July, 2012
Tags: Mountain Lion, Safari 6
Tags: HTML5, Ninja, visual editor
Motorola Mobility (now Google) presents Ninja, an HTML5 development solution that features a client side and server side (using Node.js) framework, Montage, that provides UI components and templates, bidirectional data binding, persistence, serialization, event management (including KVO), and a visual designer (Ninja, made using Montage) that allows to create SVG, Canvas, WebGL and CSS3 based media using a timeline editor, and also manages binding of Montage components to create a rich web application. A test tool (Screening) for Montage based application is also provided.
The Montage project and Screening tool (alpha version) are available through Github, and Ninja editor is downloadable at Chrome App Store (requires Chrome).
Google then use standard technologies (HTML5), however in a proprietary environment (Chrome, and then Chrome OS).
ArsTechnica provides a detailed review of Ninja.
New Stone Ship album has been added at Emotuned.
Darklight IIx is available at bestservice.de (175 euros) and audio demos are provided. We can use the discount code received from Bestservice (30 euros discount).
Garritan presents Classic Pipe Organs, a library based on Aria Player, that features 6 organ types (3 GB), 75 stops/combinations, and a convolution reverb. Audio demos are provided. It is priced 119,95$ initially.