JDK 13 reaches Rampdown Phase One

JDK 13 has entered Rampdown Phase One, signaling that the new version of Java is just weeks away based on the timeline of previous iterations. The overall feature set is now frozen so further JEPs will be targeted toward the next release. RELATED CONTENT: The rise of Kotlin Here is what you can expect from …

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The acceleration of technology has directly influenced the digital customer’s behavioral patterns, driving enterprises to develop products and services that continue to meet constantly changing demand. Software companies and ISVs cannot afford to take a business-centric approach to push products into the market. It is imperative to fully integrate the customer into the design process …

SD Times news digest: Facebook’s cryptocurrency Libra, Applitools announces free OSS licensing, and Appery.io’s Ionic 4 integration

Facebook announced its new cryptocurrency Libra, which aims to enable developers and businesses to build new, inclusive financial service products for people all around the world, according to the company. The cryptocurrency comes with the new executable bytecode programming Move, which can be used to implement custom transactions and smart contracts. Move can be used …

MongoDB looks beyond databases

MongoDB is looking to expand itself beyond databases and transform into a data platform company. The company made a number of data-focused announcements as well as serverless and security features at its MongoDB World conference this week in New York. MongoDB announced beta versions of Atlas Data Lake, Atlas Full-Text Search and the general availability …

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Top roadblocks to securing web applications

In recent weeks, data breaches seem to have suddenly become more widespread and far reaching across the globe. In Australia, the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) revealed more than 10 million individuals had their information compromised in a single incident. In Singapore, thousands of Red Cross blood donors had their personal information leaked. …

SD Times news digest: State of CSS 2019, Facebook open sources advanced simulation platform, and VS Code installer for Java

A new survey has been released looking at the state of CSS in 2019. “While JavaScript isn’t going anywhere, it also seems certain that CSS is not going to be replaced anytime soon. And the more powerful CSS becomes, the more valuable mastering it will be,” the report stated. The report looked at CSS features, …

New report shows shakeup amongst top programming languages

JavaScript and Java continue to dominate the software development world as the top programming languages, but newly released reports indicate the times are changing. JetBrains released its State of Developer Ecosystem 2019 report, which found while Java is still the most popular primary language and JavaScript is the most used overall, Python is gaining speed. …

SD Times news digest: TensorFlow 2.0 beta, WSL2 for Windows insiders, and TIBCO’s new cloud-native offerings

TensorFlow, the open-source machine learning library for research and production, announced the beta version of its upcoming 2.0 release. According to the team, it has completed renaming and deprecating symbols for the 2.0 API for the beta release. It also includes 2.0 support for Keras features like model subclassing, a simplified API for custom training …

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Stencil

Since Stencil One’s release just last week, developers can use the compiler to generate standards-compliant Web Components, while also delivering concepts from popular frameworks into a build-time tool. According to Ionic, the creator of Stencil, stencil takes features such as async rendering, reactive data-binding, Typescript and JSX and generates web components with all the features …

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As businesses increasingly move their operations to the cloud, they’re recognizing the potential to harness the almost limitless compute power available and tap into artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies to deliver insights and value to the business that were previously beyond their reach. Businesses have never been in a better position to create value …

SD Times news digest: .NET Core 3.0 Preview 6, Kintone’s new mobile app, and the cost of data breaches in 2018

.NET Core Preview 6 is now available on Windows, macOS and Linux. The preview includes updates for compiling assemblies for improved startup, optimizing applications for size with linker and EventPipe improvements, according to Microsoft. Also, the WPF team explained it has now published most of its WPF codebase to GitHub since the company acquired GitHub …

Six steps for making a successful transition to a cloud-native architecture

Cloud native has become one of the biggest trends in the software industry. It has already changed the way we think about developing, deploying and operating software products. The cloud-native paradigm for application development has come to consist of microservices architecture, containerized services, orchestration and distributed management. Organizations across every industry want to remain competitive, …

SD Times news digest: Amazon Personalize, Testim raises $10 million, SwiftStack’s big data analytics solution and IBM’s AutoAI

AWS announced its machine learning technology Amazon Personalize is now available. This brings the technology used in Amazon’s website AWS to developers to incorporate into their own applications. According to the company, developers can take advantage of product recommendations, individualized search results and customized direct marketing, while Amazon handles the infrastructure and machine learning pipeline. …

Google moves forward with 64-bit operating system requirements

Google is continuing its effort to supporting only 64-bit operating systems and applications. The company first announced its plan at the end of last year, but as the timeline moves closer it is giving developers new updates so they can prepare. According to the Android team, with its recent Project Marble efforts the team has …

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