Topic: api

SD Times news digest: React DevTools, Square goes beyond payments, and Stackery now on AWS Marketplace

React announced a new release of React Developer Tools that are now available in Chrome, Firefox and Chromium Edge. Features include performance gains and improved navigation as well as support for React Hooks.  In addition, the new DevTools can filter components from the tree to make it easier to navigate deeply nested hierarchies. Host nodes … continue reading

3 critical aspects of API testing

Whether you are using a mobile native, web or desktop app, integrated devices like fitness trackers, smart thermostats and virtual voice assistants; the odds are, there are millions of application programming interface (API) requests happening every second to provide the necessary services to the consumers without them even realizing it. The present world runs on … continue reading

premium Debunking the API Revolution: Driving adoption of B2B APIs

The fact that the modern supply chain is incredibly complex may be the understatement of the decade. For those not familiar with supply chain or logistics organizations, let me paint a picture for you. Every company that relies on the supply chain exists as part of an ecosystem of dozens of other companies – partners, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Dynamic Web TWAIN version 15, a Python extension for Visual Studio Code,and Hyperledger Transact

Dynamsoft introduced version 15 of its Dynamic Web TWAIN document scanning SDK, adding a faster way to initiate job scans and functionalities for Windows and macOS, according to  the company.  Dynamsoft explained the process for scanning and uploading data is faster now that the SDK accepts a JSON object that specifies all of the scan … continue reading

SD Times news digest: API Fortress releases Forge, Eclipse 2019-06 IDE and Qt 5.13

API Fortress announced its downloadable test editor Forge, aimed at increasing flexibility in how developers choose to write API tests. According to the company, users can write the tests on their own computer outside of the platform. The company also released the application apif-local that contains the core of the API Fortress platform. The app … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Syncfusion Bold BI, Postman secures $50 million in Series B, and Progress releases OpenEdge Pro2 6.0

Syncfusion announced its new cloud-based BI intelligence platform, Bold BI, which enables developers and business analysts to create interactive dashboards from raw data sources. The platform integrates with Azure SQL Data Warehouse, Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle as well as generic access to any data source through support of REST. It also includes drag-and-drop design … continue reading

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 … continue reading

Google releases four new machine learning APIs for developers

Google wants to improve developers ability to integrate machine learning technology into their applications with the announcement of four new APIs in its ML Kit. The new APIs are object detection, tracking, on-device translation and AutoML Vision Edge. “We see strong engagement from users who use these features and as we are extending ML Kit … continue reading

SD Times news digest: PubNub gets funding, Deque Systems’ Axe for Android, and Shopify to version its API releases

Data Stream Network provider PubNub has announced that it has raised $23 million in Series D funding, bringing its total funding up to $70 million. PubNub offers a real-time messaging and edge computing platform that can be used to develop apps that provide connected shared experiences, such as live chat, rideshare, and enterprise collaboration. The … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Facebook’s new back end for Glow, Mozilla’s advertising archive API guidelines, and Datadog’s new APM features for PHP and .NET

Facebook has open-sourced its experimental back end for the Glow compiler and runtime project. Glow is an open-source project that allows  developers to leverage community-driven software to accelerate the creation of new silicon products for machine learning. By creating an experimental back end, Facebook is strengthening the growing ecosystem of products for accelerating neural network … continue reading

SD Times news digest: PyCharm 2019.1, Kong 1.1, and Amazon Glacier Deep Archive

PyCharm 2019.1 is now available. The latest release includes a keymap for Sublime Text, improved data class inheritance in Python, the ability to debug large collections, and more. New features only available in the Professional Edition include direct Jupyter Notebook editing,  improved HTML and CSS quick documentation, a new JavaScript debug console, and more. Kong … continue reading

Postman 7.0 released with extended roles and permissions

API development solution provider Postman announced the latest version of its platform with new ways for developers and teams to manage access control. Postman 7.0 includes extended roles and permissions, allowing users to manage teammates on collection, team and workspace levels. According to the company, this is a major update that gives team leaders the … continue reading

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