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Tap to install and iOS9 posted 15 Nov 2015 23:58 by Andrew Williams

As users of our HeadsUp Agile platform (and other tools that compile iOS app for delivery over the air (OTA)) may have noticed there have been some issues with delivering apps on Apple's latest release of their mobile operating system. This typically manifests as an error message such as "Unable to download app" popping up when you tap an "install" button.

These issues

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Licenses posted 17 May 2012 23:02 by Andrew Williams

A large part of open sourcing any project is the decision of what licence to use. Apache, GPL, MIT, Eclipse, the list goes on. Each license has it's own features and drawbacks and I'm not going to list them here, that should be an exercise for the reader - but which is the best license to use? There is no right answer to that question and every project has

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HeadsUp Agile becomes open source! posted 14 May 2012 22:39 by Andrew Williams

Wow, the day has finally arrived. We are very happy indeed to announce that HeadsUp Agile is now an open source project hosted at GitHub.

You can clone the code right now from please do so and see what you think.

We have also set up mailing lists on google groups for Users and also for project Development. If you prefer IRC you can

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Video of Presentation at Java User Group Scotland posted 12 May 2012 19:54 by Andrew Williams

Thanks very much to all those who turned up for our presentation at the Java User Group Scotland - it was fun to chat about what we've been working on.

For those who missed it the video has now been uploaded and can be found on Vimeo.

Please let us know what you think and drop a line if you would like us to come and present at your group meeting!

Make use of our open source libraries posted 01 May 2012 21:17 by Andrew Williams

Heads Up Development has recently started publishing it's code under our new open source initiative. You can check out our current status at GitHub and download / contribute to or just be inspired by our code.

We have currently opened the source to some java utilies which we find very useful, an IRC management library for interacting with members of chat rooms and, most

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Presentation of HeadsUp Agile at Java User Group Scotland posted 26 Apr 2012 23:07 by Andrew Williams

Wanted to get a look at how HeadsUp Agile can transform your development process but don't have time to try it on your own projects? Not sure how all the great features come together in an easy to use application? Not to worry - we are going to be demoing the system next week!

We will be presenting as part of the "Analyzers and Productivity" talk at the User

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Website update unveiled posted 05 Apr 2012 22:17 by Andrew Williams

We are proud to bring you our all new website with a shiny new design and all improved content!

We hope that the new design will make it much easier to find out the cool things we are doing and that you will come back for the regular updates as our products progress.

In the meantime keep your eyes on our news feed as we finish rolling cool new additions to

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HeadsUp Agile release 1.0 - available now! posted 02 Jun 2011 00:22 by Andrew Williams

HeadsUp Agile's first release (download here) brings all the tools of Software Engineering and Project Management to all your team members in one easy to use web based application. The HeadsUp system runs on any Unix OS and monitors your source control for code and project metadata. Combining change monitoring, task tracking and progress analytics your development progress will

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Public release nears with publishing of rc-1 posted 21 Feb 2011 11:17 by Andrew Williams

HeadsUp Agile is now entering it's final release preparation with 1.0-rc1 published to beta testers this morning!

If you are still keen to get an early look at the project head to our signup page - otherwise stay tuned for the public launch later this month...

Public demo signup open posted 18 Mar 2010 16:29 by Andrew Williams

Heads Up Development is very excited to announce that access is now available to the HeadsUp! demo servers. If you are interested please enter your details at the signup page and you will be notified when a server becomes available. Alternatively you can request a full download for trial on your own servers using the same signup form.

A quick selection of features we

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