How to make low coding work – Separate presentation from logic

The use of low-code platforms is expanding, driven by the idea that non-developers working with the right tools can take a more active role in the development process. Application development has never been more complex due to the staggering number of components required for modern multi-tiered application development, which makes the idea of utilizing business … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Applitools improves visual-AI testing, Chef’s new AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate, and CloudRail makes APIs more accessible

Applitools is improving usability, collaboration, and analysis for visual-AI testing with their latest release. Applitools’ Application Visual-AI Testing imitates the human view of an application to detect visual problems that would impact the user experience. “Most companies and enterprises that sign up for Applitools previously had no coverage for visual tests within their automation tests, … continue reading

SD Times GitHub project of the week: Container-diff

Google is open sourcing a new project designed to analyze and compare container images. Google uses container-diff in its own work, and believes it can be useful for anyone building containerized software. “Containers and the Dockerfile format help make customization of an application’s runtime environment more approachable and easier to understand. While this is a … continue reading

Progress announces NativeScript Sidekick and NativeScript Marketplace

Progress is updating its open source framework NativeScript with new tools and capabilities for cross-platform mobile development. The update includes NativeScript Sidekick, augmented reality support for iOS 11 and Android Oreo, the NativeScript Marketplace, verified plugins, and the release of free NativeScript UI widgets. “As the popularity of NativeScript has skyrocketed, with more than one … continue reading

OWASP releases the Top 10 2017 security risks

The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) officially released its Top 10 most critical web application security risks. This is the first time the organization has updated the Top 10 since 2013. “Change has accelerated over the last four years, and the OWASP Top 10 needed to change. We’ve completely refactored the OWASP Top 10, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitHub team discussions, MariaDB AX, and MapR Converged Data Platform 6.0

GitHub announced a new solution to talk to team members about projects, and share information. Team discussions provides a place for team members to have public or private discussions, get updates about what is going on, and stay up to date. “Gone are the days of having your issues cluttered with discussions or your pull … continue reading

Serverless and mobile development: Ready for primetime?

Have you ever tried to read a complicated article with music on? Or turned your coffee machine on and completely failed to return to it when it was finished dripping? You might be confronting our most human of frailties: the fact that our brains just can’t keep track of a whole lot of information at … continue reading

Atomist announces new automation platform targeted at developers

The creator of the Spring Framework, Rod Johnson, has announced a new company dedicated to help developers create, ship and continuously improve software. Atomist is formally launching with the Developer Automation Platform, an open source client and API. The new Development Automation Platform is designed to bring automation into the development and delivery process so … continue reading

DevOps Enterprise Summit news roundup

CollabNet last week gave DevOps Enterprise Summit attendees a demonstration of the capabilities of its Continuum continuous delivery platform. The company last week also announced the latest version of its TeamForge software. Continuum, according to the company, delivers DevOps automation and intelligence for measuring performance, with the goals of faster software rollouts that deliver value … continue reading

LightStep emerges from stealth with a new APM solution

A new company believes it can redefine application performance management, and help enterprises adopt microservices. LightStep emerged from stealth this month with the performance management solution LightStep [x]PM. “I have seen software development change rapidly in the last decade, and I believe we are entering a new era,” said Ben Sigelman, co-founder and CEO at … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Windows Compatibility Pack for .NET Core, Android Oreo Autofill, and IEEE approves three new autonomous projects

Microsoft has announced the Windows Compatibility Pack for .NET Core, designed to make it even easier to port existing .NET Framework code to .NET Core. The Windows Compatibility Pack provides access to 20,000 more APIs, including drawing, EventLog, WMI, Performance Counters, and Windows Services. .NET Core is intended for building scalable web applications on Windows, … continue reading

GitHub releases security alerts

GitHub has announced security alerts for developers are now available. The company first announced security alerts at the GitHub Universe conference last month. The new solution is designed to detect vulnerable dependencies, alert affected repositories, and suggest known fixes. The security alerts are a part of the company’s recently announced dependency graph, which enables developers … continue reading

Metavine releases blockchain developer stack

Cloud company Metavine says it is preparing for the next evolution of blockchain with the release of Crowd Machine. a full blockchain developer stack designed to decentralize application development. “The growth of the production blockchain ecosystem is slow because traditional development approaches don’t enable applications to be built at a pace that meets market demand,” … continue reading

The power of open source: Why GitLab’s move to a Developer Certificate of Origin benefits the developer community

Over the past few years, open source software has transformed the way enterprises operate and ship code. In an era where companies are striving to deliver the next best application, enterprises are turning to the sea of open source contributors to create projects faster and more effectively than ever before. For instance, 65 percent of … continue reading

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