Industry Spotlight: Get insight into application usage

Developers building SaaS applications have many analytics options that can help them understand feature usage, but they struggle to do the same thing with their on-premises software.  Yet, collecting usage data from existing on-premises software is critical for their SaaS roadmap and initiatives. Revulytics bridges the gap by providing insight into packaged software, allowing developers … continue reading

Industry Spotlight: Eclipse MicroProfile optimizes Java EE

Java EE developers are now experimenting with microservices and they need a coherent way to optimize their development efforts. Over the years, Java EE has supported distributed application architectures based on RMI/IIOP, Web Services and REST. The Eclipse MicroProfile project is the next step in that evolution because it optimizes enterprise Java for a microservices … continue reading

Service virtualization keeps software testing on track

Using outside components?  If so, you better test them, even if they came from the most reputable open-source project or commercial component provider you know. If you’re not testing components, especially within the context of other components required for your application and the environment in which your application will run, expect to find defects in … continue reading

Industry Spotlight: Speed Release and Empower Others

Getting great software products to market quickly is tough when there’s no way to get timely feedback from all stakeholders.  Once a product has been released in beta or in production, features may not perform as they’re supposed to, and there’s no easy way to customize who gets access to which features at a granular … continue reading

Industry Spotlight: Running Middleware in Containers

“Ops-life without containers is difficult.” This is a common feeling for many enterprises looking for the benefits from containers.  However, once customers look to migrate to containers, what are the main issues they will have and how are successful companies making the transition?  This can include developing new cloud native development as well as leveraging … continue reading

Syncfusion Eases Mobile Development

The explosion of mobile devices and apps has completely disrupted .NET development.  While desktop and web applications remain popular in enterprises, the same developers have had to adapt their applications for mobile devices or develop entirely new mobile apps.  Syncfusion was an early supporter of Xamarin that continued to enhance its offerings as Xamarin matured … continue reading

Redgate Leads Database DevOps

Development teams are under pressure to deliver reliable releases faster to meet business needs and user requirements in a timely fashion.  DevOps supports this by encouraging better collaboration, and introduces practices like continuous integration and continuous delivery to speed software delivery. The result is improved productivity, agility and performance across teams, and the business, but … continue reading

LEADTOOLS: The Ultimate Imaging Development Multitool

Life is full of decisions.  Some are easy, like whether or not to run across a busy freeway wearing a chicken suit. Others are difficult, like ordering lunch at a Mexican restaurant (seriously, why are their menus so big?!).  Developing software also has its own unique set of decisions to make: do it myself or … continue reading

Flexera: Ensure Safe, Secure Software Products

Software developers use a lot of third-party software today, much of which is open source.  As software designs continue to become more modular, the use of third-party software is increasing.  As a result, software is becoming more difficult to understand, even by the people who built it, which enables licensing and security risks to creep … continue reading

Tasktop Enables Agile and DevOps

Today’s enterprise developers are working in highly complex environments, especially those working in large organizations or startups that have scaled. How they deploy code is changing as their organizations move from data centers to IaaS, containers and microservices.  And because their products are more sophisticated than they once were, so are their planning and product … continue reading

Caphyon: Desktop Apps in The Windows Store

As the Windows 10 adoption rate continues to grow, developers are looking for simple ways to package their apps for the Windows Store.  In today’s competitive market, developers must deliver software faster while keeping costs down so they don’t have the luxury of rewriting their code base.  Caphyon solves the problem with Advanced Installer.  Now … continue reading

GrapeCity Builds on Mobile Leadership

Developers need to extend their mobile and .NET toolbox to build more competitive solutions for their customers.  GrapeCity strives to empower its customers to achieve more with its popular ComponentOne .NET controls, ActiveReports reporting solution, Spread spreadsheets solution, Xuni Xamarin native mobile controls and Wijmo JavaScript controls. “We develop the highest-quality, fastest, lightweight and most … continue reading

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