Topic: android

SD Times news digest: Sentry now supports Google Web Vitals, Google plans to shut down Android Things console, and GitHub removes non-essential cookies

The Google Web Vitals services are now included in the Sentry application monitoring solution. It includes agentless frontend performance monitoring for serverless, PHP, Node, and Ruby-based applications.  “Customer issues happen at the application level, and that is where developers have the most control,” said Milin Desai, the CEO of Sentry. “That’s why we’re excited to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android Enterprise Essentials, PhpStorm 2020.3, and gRPC support for Kong’s Insomnia 2020.5

Android Enterprise Essentials is a secure, mobile management service built by the Android team to protect business devices and data.  It requires a lock screen and encryption on devices to prevent unauthorized access to company data, enforces mandatory malware protection by ensuring that Google Play Protect is always on and employees can’t download apps outside … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Software Tree’s microservices framework, the Chaos compiler, and a Kotlin Android extensions update

Data integration company Software Tree introduced Gilhari, a microservices framework designed to simplify JSON persistence in relational databases.  According to the company, developers can quickly develop high-performance, database-agnostic, and Docker-compatible RESTful solutions that need to interact with JSON data. “Developers shouldn’t have to jump through hoops to adapt to modern computing trends,” said Damodar Periwal, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Kotlin 1.4.20 released, Android releases its target API level requirements for 2021, Accusoft announces beta testing program

The update brings support for new JVM features like string concatenation via invokedynamic, improved performance and exception handling for KMM projects, and extensions for JDK Path: Path(“dir”) / “file.txt”. Kotlin 1.4.20 also introduces a new configuration block for the browser target called commonWebpackConfig. Inside it, users can adjust common settings from a single point, instead … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Apple to require developers to enter app privacy information in App Store Connect, Android’s mobile driving license, and Visual Studio Code 1.51

Apple announced that later this year users will be able to learn about some of the data types that certain apps collect, and whether that data is linked to them or used to track them.  Starting on December 8th, developers will be required to summit this information when they add new apps and app updates … continue reading

Google reveals most common app store violations and how to avoid them

The Google Play app safety team released a set of tips and guides in an effort to detail the boundaries of app content and functionalities allowed on the platform, as well as provide the latest guidance on how developers can promote and monetize apps. According to the team, one of the common mistakes is apps … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Rookout’s live debugging heatmap, Ionic Vue, and Ignite UI for Blazor

The new Live Debugging Heatmap by Rookout is designed to visualize which applications are causing the most problems within a business.  “We want to give meaningful insights in a quick and visually appealing way,” said Shahar Fogel, the CEO of Rookout. “We have unique insights into where software developers are spending the most time debugging … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android for Cars app library released into open beta, Nim 1.4 released, Login VSI releases Login Enterprise 4.3

The Android for Cars app library has now been released into an open beta, enabling developers to design, develop, and test their navigation, parking or charging app on Android Auto. In the testing phase, the app comes alive on the Desktop Head Unit (DHU), an emulator that lets users simulate a car infotainment display. The … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android Studio 4.1, Cloudflare One, and Twilio acquires Segment

The latest release of Android Studio includes new features that address common editing, debugging, and optimization use cases.  A major theme for the 4.1 release is to help developers become more productive while using Android Jetpack libraries to help developers follow best practices and to write code faster, the team explained.  Some highlights include a … continue reading

Android Partner Vulnerability Initiative launched to help manage security issues

The Android Security and Privacy Initiative (APVI) was launched to help developers manage security issues specific to Android OEMs.  “The APVI is designed to drive remediation and provide transparency to users about issues we have discovered at Google that affect device models shipped by Android partners,” the Android team wrote in a blog post. The … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Moment.js is in maintenance mode, .NET 5.0 RC 1 released, and Android GPU Inspector open beta

The Moment.js team has announced the project is now consider in maintenance mode. This means that the working group behind the project will not be adding any new features or capabilities and will not change Moment’s API to be immutable. “The modern web looks much different these days. Moment has evolved somewhat over the years, … continue reading

Google releases Jetpack Compose Alpha to help build apps across all Android platforms

Android’s Jetpack Compose has reached alpha. It is a modern UI toolkit designed to help developers quickly and easily build apps across all Android platforms with native access to the platform APIs.  Jetpack Compose focuses on providing APIs for high-quality apps at scale, an intuitive language, and a reactive programming model, the team explained.  The … continue reading

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