Topic: development

SD Times news digest: The Fastly Developer Hub, Progress Telerik R2 2020 release, and OMG Digital Twin Consortium

Fastly is giving developers a new place to build solutions at the edge. The Fastly Developer Hub has been set up to provide developer resources for engaging, innovating, and building at the edge.  The Developer Hub contains a testing sandbox, ready-to-deploy code snippets, and a growing repository of structured tutorials, reference materials, and documentation. “Our … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Grafana 7.0 released, RedisAI and RedisGears, and Datical is now Liquibase

Grafana 7.0 includes significant enhancements to simplify the development of custom plugins and drastically increase the power, speed, and flexibility of visualization.  The UI now includes a new table panel, a new grid layout engine, and data visualizations are now based on specific data configurations (min/max/mean graphs, etc.) to provide better consistency across Grafana. Other … continue reading

IBM releases the Equal Access Toolkit for developers

Ahead of this week’s Global Accessibility Awareness Day, IBM is releasing an open-source Equal Access Toolkit and Accessibility Checker to help developers and testers easily embed accessibility into their workflows. “Although nearly 1 in 4 adults in the U.S. face some type of disability, an industry sample has found that in 2020 over 98 percent … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Deno

Deno is a simple, modern and secure runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript that uses V8 and is built in Rust. Version 1.0 was released this week.  It is secure by default, supports TypeScript out of the box, ships only a single executable file, and has built-in utilities like a dependency inspector (deno info) and a … continue reading

SD Times news digest: ESLint 7.0, DataStax Astra now available, and Redis Labs and Microsoft announce partnership

The latest version of the pluggable JavaScript linter is now available. ESLint 7.0 is a major release upgrade includes new features and fixes several bugs found in the previous release.  This release drops support for Node.js v8. Also, the ten Node.js/CommonJS rules in core have been deprecated and moved to the eslint-plugin-node plugin. Several changes … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Swift adds more linux distributions, Databricks University Alliance, and MemSQL announces $50 million funding

Swift added a new set of Linux distributions officially supported by the Swift project. Swift.org now offers downloadable toolchain and Docker images for Ubuntu 20.04, CentOS 8, and Amazon Linux 2. Swift CI has moved to use Docker to build and qualify the new Linux distributions. A Dockerfile has been created for each one of … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GCC 10.1, Salesforce announces new low-code capabilities, and Perfecto releases spring 2020 test coverage index

The release of GCC 10.1 includes progress for C++20 language support, both on the compiler and the library sides, some C2X enhancements, various optimization enhancements and bug fixes, as well as several new hardware enablement changes.  Some code that compiled successfully with older GCC versions might require source changes. Additional details are available here. Salesforce … continue reading

Google announces new beta plans for Android 11

Android 11 was moved to Developer Preview 4 this week, and beta 1 has been moved to June 3rd to coincide with the company’s online developer event called #Android11: the Beta Launch Show. Developer Preview 4 comes with the latest bug fixes, API tweaks, and features for developers to try in their apps. Additional details … continue reading

premium Increasing serverless capabilities are pushing architecture to market maturity

Serverless adoption has been growing rapidly as the market begins to mature and as enterprise applications continue to shift in the direction of containers and microservices.  The most prominent cloud providers including Amazon — which is at the forefront with its AWS Lambda offering — IBM, Microsoft, Google, and others have already released serverless computing … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Instana’s continuous production profiling for Node.js and Go, Toolbox App 1.17, and time traveling bug reporting in Julia 1.5

Instana announced a set of enhanced troubleshooting and monitoring capabilities for developers with new always on production profiling solutions for Node.js and Go applications. “As companies continue to accelerate their development pipelines, developers are more critical to the overall delivery cycle, as evidenced by the large number of Instana users from development organizations,” said Chris … continue reading

COVID-19 pandemic response puts mainframes back in spotlight

Many governments and business-oriented services are running on mainframes, and the spike in mainframe activity due to the pandemic has prompted organizations to seek out COBOL skills and expedite new approaches to working with the systems and architecture.  Over 30.3 million Americans filed for unemployment insurance due to the COVID-19 throughout the six weeks of … continue reading

SD Times news digest: ShuttleOps announces no-code CI/CD solution, Modus Kickstart launched, and HPE GreenLake Central

ShuttleOps unveiled a new no-code CI/CD platform powered by Chef, Docker & HashiCorp that includes prebuilt integrations to DevOps tools and a no-code pipeline editor.  “The coded approach most vendors are taking to build CI/CD solutions only widens the skills gap, as most teams do not have highly-skilled DevOps engineers to implement, scale and maintain … continue reading

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