At Maker Faire 2007, Microsoft showed off the Alpha release of Popfly, an 'easy way to build and share mashups, gadgets, Web pages, and applications.' Veronica Belmont asks for some clarification.
The mash up maker from Microsoft gets a new module: A development environment for building casual games.
The race for the best mashup builder picks up as Microsoft opens up Popfly at the Web 2.0 Summit.
Popfly, a hosted service built with Silverlight, lets people create embeddable widgets and mashups for their Web pages or blogs.
Latest Visual Studio will have new licensing terms to allow add-ons for cross-platform tools.
The big three tech companies all have their own mashup editors. Who comes out on top?
A rainy-weekend project for the adventurous gamer: make your own game. With the help of these online tools, you can do just that.
Microsoft is working on a declarative programming language meant for end users, rather than developers, ZDNet reports.
Flash game site adds tutorial so that fanboys can learn to build their own games. Up first: a side-scrolling space-themed shoot-em-up.
Software maker drops the Azyxxi mouthful, but its replacement--Amalga--draws mixed reactions, at least in the CNET News.com newsroom.