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Kshitij Sobti



Kshitij has: 128 posts

Inserted into Kshitij's motivation banks is a particularly strong desire for justice. It's sad then, that he wastes his skills gaming, watching TV, and for the mundane task of writing prose. He tweets

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Twitter Makes Changes to its APIs; Locks Down Third Parties

Twitter has detailed the changes coming in the next version of the Twitter API (v1.1) and things don’t sound that great for third parties. The API and Twitter’s guidelines for using them are becoming increasingly rigid and locked down.

In archive | 18 Aug 2012
Adobe’s Project “Alchemy” is now Flash Runtime C++ Compiler

A long time ago, back in 2008, Adobe unveiled a new experiment for using C / C++ code on the Flash Player. Now the project has settled on its final commercial name, Flash Runtime C++ Compiler.

In archive | 17 Aug 2012
Adobe Reveals Flash Premium Licensing Details

Even as Flash recedes from the mobile space, Adobe is charging on with Flash as a gaming and premium video platform.

In archive | 17 Aug 2012
Occulus Rift Seeks Funding for the Future of VR

It seems a new revolution in computer displays is around the corner. VR, or Virtual Reality has been around as a concept for quite a long time, and on the surface of it, it seems simple enough. Yet even today, decent VR sets cost thousands of US dollars. If Palmer Luckey has anything to do with it, that is all about to change.

In archive | 17 Aug 2012
Ouya Kickstarts at $8 Million

Android has breached yet another platform, this time it’s gaming consoles, with the successful completion of Kickstarter for Ouya

In archive | 11 Aug 2012
Qt Now in the Hands of Digia

Recent times have been quite turbulent for the Qt ecosystem, but it does seems like things might finally be settling down.

In archive | 10 Aug 2012

It does, it told us, trust me. Computer and specifically the internet have got to be the greatest disseminator of information there has ever been. Computers have excelled at allowing people to share knowledge, and information with the simple act of copying files, and sharing data.

In archive | 10 Aug 2012
An Intro to Enyo (Part 2): More on Components

In this tutorial we learn how you can wire up individual parts of an Enyo component to make something truly powerful.

In archive | 03 Aug 2012

You must have heard the term “responsive design” thrown about these days in the realm of web development and design. But what does it mean, and why is it important? We hope we can answer those questions and more.

In archive | 31 Jul 2012
What You Need to Know About Mozilla’s Firefox OS

Imagine an OS that has only a browser installed, boots straight into it. This is the premise of both Firefox OS and Chrome OS, but the similarities end there.

In archive | 30 Jul 2012