As a developer there’s no question as to why we need to keep ourselves updated. And that is why reading blogs is really important. There’s no shortage of the most important people to follow on twitter, newsletters, podcasts and screencasts that helps us to keep up to date. But as the years pass the amount of resources that we use to keep ourselves updated tends to grow. This results in a browser window that looks like this:
As a developer who loves working on the back-end, I didn’t really bother customizing the look and feel of the app.
This blog post is getting rather long for an introduction. Here’s the link to the app on Google Play Store. If you got a Windows Phone, I also have the
.xap file which you can use to install Antares. Antares doesn’t have a version for apple devices. Mainly because it costs around $99 per year to be included in their developer program. As someone who doesn’t really plan to make any money out of this. I think its unwise to pay for that amount. I’m already paying $10 per month for the server costs and I paid $25 to put the app in the Google Play Store so I guess that’s enough expenses on my part.