Topic: api

Data Theorem releases full-stack security analyzer for modern web apps and cloud services

Data Theorem released a new full-stack security analyzer called Web Secure. It is designed to provide vulnerability analysis for modern web applications from the web layer down to its embedded APIs and cloud resources.  According to the company, the analyzer was built for DevOps and security teams to improve web application security testing, and help … continue reading

Apple WWDC 20: New tools enable developers to create all-new app experiences

Apple announced new APIs and capabilities to expand developers’ toolset for building applications at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference.  “This year, Apple is providing developers with even more ways to deeply integrate their apps into core platform features in order to deliver powerful functionality in a way that also protects user privacy and security,” Apple … continue reading

GitHub Super Linter built to maintain consistency in documentation and code

GitHub is introducing a new linter that can handle all types of code. The GitHub Super Linter was built by the GitHub services team to maintain consistency in GitHub’s documentation and code while making communication and collaboration across the company a more productive experience. The Super Linter prevents broken code from being uploaded to master … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft Web Live Preview, Google Play Billing Library version 3, and YugabyteDB Community Update

Microsoft has announced a new editing mode, “web live preview,” now available in the preview Visual Studio extension. “As we looked at some of the web trends and talked with customers in our user research labs we wanted to adapt to that philosophy that the best representation of your UI, data, state, etc. is your … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Bloodhound

This week’s selected open-source project is Bloodhound, a new API debugging gateway created by API Fortress.  Bloodhound provides comprehensive analyses that can find solutions to difficult bugs. According to API Fortress, Bloodhound enables QA teams to ensure that microservices and database-connected APIs are behaving the right way.  QA and data analysts can use it to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: .NET 5.0 preview 5, Postman $150 million Series C funding, and Capacitor 2.0

The .NET 5.0 preview 5 is now available. This version contains RyuJIT improvements, enabled exports for native binaries that calls into .NET code for a long time, and the removal of built-in WinRT support in .NET 5.0 Microsoft explained that although most of the features are now in the product, they’re not yet in their … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Strapi

Strapi is an open-source headless CMS written entirely in JavaScript that enables developers to design APIs fast and to manage content easily through a customizable admin panel and API, as well as custom plugins.  The API works with any client, mobile apps, or even IoT devices using REST or GraphQL. The Content Type structure can … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Tech companies react to the USA FREEDOM Reauthorization Act, CData and HULFT’s partnership, and Apache weekly project updates

Mozilla, Reddit, Twitter, Patreon, and other other tech companies are pushing for the House of Representatives to consider the Wyden/Daines amendment when they look at the USA FREEDOM Reauthorization Act. The amendment would expressly prohibit the use of Section 215 of the USA PATRIOT Act for the warrantless collection of search and browsing history. The … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Insomnia Designer

Insomnia Designer is Kong’s recently open sourced collaborative design editor for APIs that aims to make it easier for developers and DevOps teams to create and edit API specifications.  The software works natively with Insomnia’s testing capabilities to accelerate the development, performance, and stability of REST and GraphQL services.  “The need for stable, high-performing APIs … continue reading

The security landscape brings new challenges and greater demand for cybersecurity

The past year witnessed some of the biggest data breaches of all time and the rapid proliferation of APIs have created new challenges in approaching the security landscape as a developer.  “The fallout from not integrating security early in the development lifecycle has never been more apparent,” the 2019 State of Software Security report stated.  … continue reading

Data science: Ph.D. or API?

Until recently, data science was a mostly academic pursuit and the subject of papers rather than practice. Over time, data science became an applied science with data scientists being paired with data engineers to develop production systems. We are now entering a new phase where much of the work being performed by data scientists (hyperparameter … continue reading

CData releases API Driver to connect applications to unlimited APIs and services

Data access company CData released the CData API Driver that can be used to connect applications to an almost unlimited number of different APIs and services.  “API integration has become a critical factor in driving overall business strategy as more and more data now lives outside of the firewall, stuck behind an explosion of APIs … continue reading

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