Shot97 posted this article about making music on the Amiga, using Music-X and a MIDI keyboard. He liked the setup so much, he created an album of Amiga music called "Riding with the Amiga".
"Making Music On The Amiga + Full Amiga Album"
Amiga-native webbrowser iBrowse proves to be alive!
A long awaited version 2.5 now seems to materialize - the history page has been updated with changes since version 2.4
Amitopia has published some up-to-date articles about Amiga gaming.
This one is for Amiga newbies, providing information about hardware requirements, different Amiga chipsets, and the right mindset to get going with vintage Amiga games:
And here's another one giving an overview of 2016's Amiga game releases - proving that the Amiga game development scene is... alive!
Here’s the first article:
Amibian + Smart Pascal: blog link
Here’s a nice intro to those looking into coding for the Amiga:
There are a few articles on hardware programming on their main site.
Also, while talking about coding, if you are an OS4.x developer and want to see an example of coding the new Ringhio progress bar for your own project, check this link out.
On April 2nd, phase 5 commented on a few PCB design pictures they had released to their facebook-followers the day before:
If you haven't seen it yet, you should definitely watch this highly interesting video of Igor "Majsta" Majstorovic talking about and demonstrating the brand new Vampire 500 V2 accelerator board for the Amiga 500. In the video, there is a huge load of detailed information about the board itself, and an equally huge load of information about the development process. The presentation is dense, and at no point boring. Switch on YouTube's subtitles for an english translation.