Paul Krill

Editor at Large

Paul Krill is an editor at large at InfoWorld, focusing on coverage of application development (desktop and mobile) and core Web technologies such as HTML5, Java, and Flash.

Pepperoni spices up iOS and Android app dev

DoppioJVM brings JVM apps to the browser

DoppioJVM brings JVM apps to the browser

The project for running JVM code in a browser via JavaScript is still in beta

PHP 7.1 update puts speed before syntax

PHP 7.1 update puts speed before syntax

The successor to the speedy PHP 7.0 continues to emphasize performance over new syntaxes

jQuery readies version 3.0 release candidate

jQuery readies version 3.0 release candidate

The upcoming version of the JavaScript library will become the only fully supported edition upon release

Visual Basic at 25: Microsoft looks back and ahead

Visual Basic at 25: Microsoft looks back and ahead

The Silver Anniversary Celebration will include such details as forthcoming language features

Google opens Polymer toolbox for Progressive Web Apps

Google opens Polymer toolbox for Progressive Web Apps

The Polymer App Toolbox helps developers build nativelike mobile systems

Google's Android N strengthens security core

Google's Android N strengthens security core

File-based encryption, Mediaserver hardening, and automatic updates will come to Google's mobile platform this summer

Google expands APIs to import other apps' data

Google expands APIs to import other apps' data

New APIs for Google's Sheets, Slides, and Classroom apps offer integrations to eliminate repetitive tasks like copying and pasting

Beyond Jenkins: 7 devops tools

Beyond Jenkins: 7 devops tools

These alternatives to Jenkins offer unique capabilities for automating software integration and delivery

Google Android N moves to beta

Google Android N moves to beta

At its I/O Conference, Google laid out expansive mobile plans

Google debuts faster, smarter Android Studio IDE

Google debuts faster, smarter Android Studio IDE

Android Studio 2.2 focuses on speed, smarts, and platform support

Linux 4.6 targets mobile with ARM, touch support

Linux 4.6 targets mobile with ARM, touch support

The new kernel also features performance improvements and backing for 13 SoC systems

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