Topic: bug fixes

Report: Error monitoring a big pain point for majority of developers

A new report has revealed that a majority of developers (88%) believe that error monitoring isn’t living up to expectations.  The 2021 State of Software Code report was done by continuous integration company Rollbar and almost 1,000 developers in the U.S. were surveyed.  Rollbar’s research indicates that fixing bugs and errors is the number one … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: Sourcegraph

Sourcegraph is starting off 2018 with a new release of Sourcegraph Server. The self-hosted code server that combines with your code host and supports multi-repository, regexp, and diff searches, has announced the new and upgraded Sourcegraph Server 2.4 and it is now available. “We’re excited to announce the release of Sourcegraph Server 2.4, which brings … continue reading

Apple iOS 10.3: APFS implementation, developer improvements, and security updates

Apple has announced iOS 10.3 with the highly requested “Find my AirPods” feature, new Apple File System (APFS) implementation, and a number of developer improvements. Other enhancements include bug fixes and touch ID authentication for its Numbers, Pages, and Keynote productivity apps. The latest version of the mobile operating system went through seven beta versions … continue reading

Microsoft announces UWP Community Toolkit 1.2, JS++ 0.4.2.2 released, and IBM launches Watson IoT Consulting Solutions—SD Times news digest: Nov. 21, 2016

Microsoft has announced the availability of UWP Community Toolkit 1.2, which focuses on stabilizing features and added the most requested features that were missing. A quick preview of the release: seven new helpers were added to help with everyday tasks. There is a new BackgroundTaskHelper, which helps developers work with background tasks, and there is … continue reading

Scaling Android Development: The evolution of a Twitter app

In January 2012, three Twitter engineers were in charge of writing and maintaining the entire codebase for Android. New versions of the app were released every two to three months. Twitter’s mobile development needed to scale way up, and to do that the social networking company needed not only to restructure its development team, but … continue reading

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