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    Consuming Services - How to get useful data into your app

    January 08, 2013 Share
    One of the first questions I routinely get from people who are starting with Icenium is, "How do I get useful data in to my application?" So, I would like to show how to consume a few different services. I will be using jQuery to consume the services.
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    Icenium v1.1 Now Available

    December 18, 2012 Share
    Today I am proud to announce the first update to Icenium since our v1 launch a month and a half ago. As a cloud-based solution, we have always planned for a regular cadence of product and service updates – continuous delivery of value, if you will. This v1.1 release represents our first step toward establishing a regular cadence of updates that include new features, improvements in existing features and fixes for any issues discovered (thank you for reporting them to us in our forums).
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    Mobile MeetUp at the Movies: Seattle

    December 14, 2012 Share
    Last night I had the great pleasure of introducing a few hundred mobile app developers to Icenium, and then treating them to a pre-release private screening of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey in High Frame Rate 3D. I have to say, I had a blast. The energy level was high, I meet a lot of very cool, developers, and learned a lot about some of the start-ups in the area.
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    Icenium LiveSync with the Samsung Galaxy S III

    November 19, 2012 Share
    Icenium LiveSync enables you to easily deploy an app in development to one or more devices and see changes made--in real-time in both the integrated device simulator and across all connected devices--without having to recompile. In order for LiveSync to work, your development environment must be able to communicate with the device.
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    Getting Out of the Office

    November 14, 2012 Share
    There is nothing we like more than writing code...but when we're not writing code we love getting out on the town to meet all of you that are using Icenium. Over the past couple of weeks we've had a ton of fun doing just that. We visited Las Vegas and San Francisco for the HTML5 Connections conference and QCon respectively and had a chance to show of Icenium and answer lots of questions. It was a blast, and we'll be doing a lot more of it.