LA.Center Blog

LA.Developer Tutorial - Android UI - Hello World

June 9th, 2016 by LA.Center

This is a quick demonstration of creating your first Android UI Hello World application.

LA.Developer Tutorial - CGI/FCGI - Hello World

June 9th, 2016 by LA.Center

This is a quick demonstration of creating your first CGI/FCGI Hello World application. You will need a HTTP Server with CGI/FCGI capabilities to run this application. For example: The Apache Server or The Litespeed Server

LA.Developer Tutorial - CLI - Hello World

June 9th, 2016 by LA.Center

This is a quick demonstration of creating your first CLI Hello World application.

LA.Developer Tutorial - SERVER - Hello World

June 9th, 2016 by LA.Center

This is a quick demonstration of creating your first SERVER Hello World application.

LA.Developer Tutorial - UI - Hello World

June 9th, 2016 by LA.Center

This is a quick demonstration of creating your first UI Hello World application.

Why Independent Developers Love Us

June 8th, 2016 by LA.Center (Anil)

Hi, I am Anil, one of the founders of LA.Center, and this post is about our startup progress and why Independent Developers love us.

How to setup your Events in LA.TweetBoss

May 23rd, 2016 by LA.Center (Jenny)

In this post I will show you how to setup your actions and events in LA.TweetBoss. There are over 30 combinations you can use to make a perfect “On Event” perform “Action” triggers.

How to get started with LA.TweetBoss

May 21st, 2016 by LA.Center (Jenny)

Hi there, thank you for dropping by. In this post I would like to get you started with LA.TweetBoss. Before we start, let me give you a small history of the development of LA.TweetBoss.

LA.Center Concept, Value, and Benefits

April 11th, 2016 by LA.Center (Info)

Below you can find a general overview of LA.Center’s Concept, Value, and Benefits.

Creating your first CLI Application

March 17th, 2016 by LA.Center (Tutor)

CLI (Command Line Interface) applications are generally used to perform operations that require none or almost no interactions with users. In most cases CLI applications are used to process automation tasks like backup a database or bulk file copy/move operations.

Live Apps on Android - Why the big Hype?

March 17th, 2016 by LA.Center (Jennifer)

Earlier this month we announced that we will release our Android Compiler this month and within 3 days our “info” mailbox started to overflow with technical questions, the exact release date, and early access program requests. Android Developers are a very fast adapting, hyper, and exciting community, they appreciate anything new that will support the growth of Android.

Announcing the LA.Startup Package for Entrepreneurs

March 14th, 2016 by LA.Center (Canan)

Welcome, my name is Canan and I am the VP for Business Development here at LA.Center. As we started our venture one of our conditions for investment was to help other startups; and now 10% of our investment/income is used as Burn-Money for other new startup companies that need a little boost in getting started. Yes, we are a new starting company that burns 10% of our investment/income on other entrepreneurs to start their own business. Why you ask? The answer is simple: Two is stronger than One; we aim to create long lasting relationships that later evolve into innovating synergies. Together we can make an impact in the world.

A Total Game Changer

March 12th, 2016 by LA.Center (Mike)

Thank you for dropping by to read about our latest R&D News. We have worked over the last 6 month with Gamers to develop our LA.Game Engine. Let me re-phrase that, “Live Application Game Engine”, and as Deadpool says, this is “A Total Game Changer”.

The “Grid/Cloud” not just “Cloud"

March 12th, 2016 by LA.Center (Mike)

You will see in our site that we used on many occasion the term “Grid/Cloud” instead of just “Cloud”. Why do we add the word “Grid” to our “Cloud” so it becomes “Grid/Cloud”?

Live vs Cloud Computing

March 8th, 2016 by LA.Center (Mike)

Today we introduced our yet not public Live-Computing services to T-Mobile and I wanted to blog today about this meeting.

Android Compiler Announced

March 3rd, 2016 by LA.Center (Canan)

Our R&D team announced today that the Native support for Android will arrive as early as this month some time. This is really great news because just this morning I was talking to a customer who was asking about the support for Android devices. I called him, of course, and shared the news with him, but I also wanted to write a post about this important news.

Our First Blog Post

March 2nd, 2016 by LA.Center (Mike)

Hi, my name is Mike and I was chosen today to create our first blog post. My team and I, we will be posting about our services, success stories, and training materials, so check in from time to time.