Microsoft’s Git Virtual File System, Twilio Proxy, and MariaDB TX 2.0 — SD Times news digest: May 25, 2017

Microsoft is providing an update on its Git Virtual File System (GVFS), the company’s effort to scale Git to large projects and teams. According to Brian Harry, a technical fellow at Microsoft, the company has created the largest Git repository available. Over the last three months, Microsoft has largely completed the roll out of GVFS … continue reading

BlackBerry’s KEYone, Yelp’s GraphQL developer access, and OpenText’s Enhancement Pack — SD Times news digest: May 4, 2017

BlackBerry’s new device, the BlackBerry KEYone, is getting all the attention this week, primarily because of its nostalgic, aesthetic QWERTY keyboard: A 35 key physical keyboard with capacitive touch support. The phone also comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor, Android 7.1 Nougat, BlackBerry Hub software, and more features. In addition, the KEYone features a … continue reading

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MuleSoft announces Crowd, joins Open API Initiative to guide API specification development

MuleSoft today announced Crowd, a set of collaboration capabilities that allow teams to create, save and reuse APIs and other integration assets within the company’s application network platform, the Anypoint Platform. Along with this release, MuleSoft also announced it has joined the Open API Initiative under the Linux Foundation. According to the company, Crowd is … continue reading

API developers can simulate a back-end with Postman’s Mock Service

API management company Postman has released Mock Service, a tool that enables teams to simulate a back-end server, freeing up developers who were previously restrained by development dependencies. Postman’s service lets front-end developers simulate each endpoint in a Postman Collection and corresponding environment to view the potential responses without having to spin up a back … continue reading

The Android O developer preview is here

O boy, the developer preview of Android O is here. Today the Android team shared the first developer preview for the next version of the Android operating system. According to an Android blog by Dave Burke, vice president of engineering at Android, over the course of the next several months, Android will release updated developer … continue reading

Facebook’s Create React Native App, Google’s Android fraud botnet Chamois, and Intel Clear Containers updates to v2.1.1—SD Times news digest: March 14, 2017

Facebook announced the Create React Native App for React Native. Create React is a new tool that makes it easier to get started with a React Native project. It’s inspired by the design of the Create React App, and is the result of a collaboration between Facebook and Expo. With this tool, developers can develop … continue reading

Google releases Perspective API, updates Support Library

Google wants developers to keep things in perspective. The company has announced a new API designed to help improve online conversations. The Perspective API uses machine learning to score the perceived impact of a comment. Developers can use that score to provide real-time feedback, help moderators, or enable readers to find relevant context, according to … continue reading

Progress open-sources its UI library, Box updates its developer experiences, and the Docker Datacenter updates—SD Times news digest: Feb. 9, 2017

Progress has open-sourced its Progress Telerik UI for Universal Windows Platform, which is a set of native UI controls for building Windows apps. With this announcement, Progress also revealed it is donating to the .NET Foundation to help it with open development in the .NET ecosystem. “With this donation, we are extending our commitment to … continue reading

Stack Overflow analyzes languages used on weekends, WebKit talks future of 3D graphics, and CoreOS moving to Kubernetes—SD Times news digest: Feb. 8, 2017

Stack Overflow wanted to see what languages tend to be used on the weekends by developers, so the organization used its public StackLite dataset on Kaggle to explore that question. According to Stack Overflow, it saw low-level technologies were popular on the weekends, like C++, C, pointers and assembly languages, and it saw tags like … continue reading

BMC bridges gap between business leaders and developers with new Innovation Suite platform

The DevOps evolution brought the developer and operations communities together, but now, companies are putting an emphasis on getting the business owners and stakeholders more involved in the entire application development process. BMC wants to bridge the gap between developers, operations and business owners, which is why it launched its new Innovation Suite today. The … continue reading

Rogue Wave Software acquires Akana, SourceClear announces major product features, and Pneuron unveils new capabilities for its orchestration software—SD Times news digest: Nov. 29, 2016

Rogue Wave Software has acquired Akana, a company that specializes in managing and securing APIs. According to Rogue Wave CEO Brian Pierce, the acquisition will build on Rogue Wave’s commitment to software development, and it will extend its efforts into web, mobile and IoT. The Akana API platform is currently available in three editions, which … continue reading

How developers can understand Android 2.2 changes to APK packaging

Android Studio 2.2, which was first previewed at Google I/O 2016 and later released in September, is packed with new developer enhancements and changes under the hood of the Android Gradle plug-in. The Android Developer team released a few tips and details this week to make sure developers fully understand these changes so they can … continue reading

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