Developer [noun]

Definition of Developer:

real estate developer

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Facebook today warned its Facebook Audience Network publishers and developers that their revenue is likely to decrease as a result of the privacy changes Apple is making in its iOS 14 update, expected to land mid-September.

After zoning dictates what can legally be built, developers need to determine what can be built while turning a profit.

That bill would take San Diego’s so-called density bonus law – which lets developers build more housing on a given property if they agree to provide some low-income housing in exchange – and extend it to the rest of the state.

In its debut week, we already witnessed a developer build a search engine on top of GPT-3.

The two groups hoping to be the developers in charge of overhauling the Sports Arena land in the Midway District sat for interviews with Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s selection committee this week.

Ultimately, though, Mighty Buildings hopes to sell directly to developers who would buy multiple homes and build communities with them.

Developer Doug Manchester, the litigious and intensely political developer who had just sold the Union-Tribune, purchased a 49 percent stake in 101 Ash St.

Councilman Chris Cate had sent it, he later admitted, to the developers behind the project.

Later this year, developers are required to include information about how their apps collect data in their product page.

If you don’t have a web developer in your team this can be a rather tedious and challenging process where the code is added to the body section of your page.