Indigo.Design: One Tool for Design, Prototyping & App Development

Designers, rejoice! There’s now one tool that can help you create a visual design, do the UX prototyping, generate code and develop apps. And it all happens in one environment. Indigo.Design, from Infragistics, is made so that you can take designs from Sketch and get Angular apps to create modern and fast mobile experiences. Here’s a look at the tool to help you decide if it is right for your projects. What Is Indigo.Design? Indigo.Design is a platform where you can design and develop an app in a single platform. The tool is designed to provide everything you need to deliver great experiences. The product has four parts: Sketch UI Kits (libraries) that include components, patterns and apps Indigo.Design Cloud for image-based prototyping, collaboration with stakeholders and unmoderated usability studies Visual Studio Code Extension that generates Angular code (so you don’t have to) Ignite UI for Angular UI components and Read the full article…

Security researchers find over a dozen iPhone apps linked to Golduck malware

Security researchers say they’ve found more than a dozen iPhone apps covertly communicating with a server associated with Golduck, a historically Android-focused malware that infects popular classic game apps. The malware has been known about for over a year, after it was first discovered by Appthority infecting classic and retro games on Google Play, by embedding backdoor code that allowed malicious payloads to be silently pushed to the device. At the time, more than 10 million users were affected by the malware, allowing hackers to run malicious commands at the highest privileges, like sending premium SMS messages from a victim’s phone to make money. Now, the researchers say iPhone apps linked to the malware could also present a risk. Wandera, an enterprise security firm, said it found 14 apps — all retro-style games — that were communicating with the same command and control server used by the Golduck malware. “The Read the full article…

Audeze’s motion-aware headphones will soon recreate your head gestures in-game

If you’re a big fan of first-person shooter games, Audeze has a cool new feature to tell you about. Its Mobius headphones, launched last year with precise head tracking, can now accept Head Gesture Keybinds, which is to say you’ll be able to do the equivalent of pressing a button on the keyboard with the motion of your head. So if you’ve always wanted to lean out of cover by actually leaning your head, this Mobius upgrade brings that within reach. Audeze is currently beta-testing Head Gesture Keybinds and will release them as a software update early in 2019. One of the more unique and intriguing pairs headphones of 2018, the Mobius use Waves Nx head-tracking tech to create a three-dimensional audio space that seems fixed in place rather… Read the full article…