Topic: github

SD Times news digest: Salesforce’s Lightning Web Components, EdgeX Foundry Delhi update, and MariaDB’s new Node.js connector

Salesforce has announced Lightning Web Components, which is a programming model for the Lightning Platform. According to Salesforce, the model will give developers reusable building blocks for creating Lightning apps and experiences. “We are constantly working and looking for ways to help our customers build faster, innovate and deliver new products to their customers and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitHub Status Site, Postman’s support for OpenAPI 3.0 and Firefox 64

GitHub has announced a new GitHub status page to enable developers, team and businesses to get up-to-date information about incidents and component statuses. “From our perspective, reliability can be defined by three questions: is the product available, how well does the product recover from failure, and how performant is the product as it evolves over … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitHub updates Atom, Pusher’s Chatkit, and GrapeCity SpreadJS 12

GitHub has developed a new parsing system called Tree-sitter to lay the foundation for new code analysis features in its text editor Atom. Tree-sitter will enable Atom to parse code as it is typed, and it maintains a syntax tree that describes the structure of that code. New features that Tree-sitter will enable in Atom … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitHub officially part of Microsoft, SmartBear’s LoadNinja, and DataRobot funding.

After announcing plans to acquire GitHub in June, Microsoft has officially acquired the company. The new CEO of GitHub, Nat Friedman, has laid out three objectives as the future of GitHub is built. He wants to ensure that GitHub is the best place for running productive communities and teams, make GitHub accessible to more developers … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Evergreen

Segment, the developers of this week’s highlighted open-source project Evergreen, had a core set of beliefs in mind when they set out to design their robust framework of flexible and enterprise-ready React components. According to the project’s GitHub: “Evergreen is built on the belief that you can never predict all future requirements, only prepare for … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Altova Version 2019, European Commission approves Microsoft’s GitHub acquisition, and Linux 4.19

Altova has announced MissionKit Version 2019. The new release adds a newly redesigned UI that provides support for high-PPI monitors, support for data mapping of Protocol Buffers in MapForce, new standards support, and a new add-in for Excel called Altova Solvency II XBRL. “To support developers working on high-res displays, we have given XMLSpy and … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Infer.NET

Microsoft has announced its machine learning framework Infer.NET is now open source. Infer.NET focuses specifically on running Bayesian inference in graphical models. According to the company, it can also be used for probabilistic programming. “Open sourcing Infer.NET represents the culmination of a long and ambitious journey. Our team at Microsoft Research in Cambridge, UK embarked … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Twilio Autopilot, Hazelcast Jet 0.7, and GitHub’s Octoprenticeship

Communications platform Twilio has announced Twilio Autopilot, which is a programmable conversational AI platform that can be used to build custom bots, IVRs, and home assistant apps. Autopilot was designed to allow developers to write their applications once and deploy them to any support channel without having to write any additional code, according to the … continue reading

GitHub Universe 2018 zeros in on the future of software development

GitHub is giving developers new tools to advance development workflows and break down silos. The company announced GitHub Actions and GitHub Connect at its annual developer conference GitHub Universe 2018 in San Francisco this week. “Together, you are not only defining the future of software but the future of the businesses, industries, and communities that … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitHub and Jira integration, .NET Core 3.0 and .NET Framework 4.8 updates, and Google’s Kotlin portal

GitHub has announced a new integration with Jira that will enable software teams to connect code on GitHub to projects in Jira Software Cloud. The linked applications show branches, commit messages, and pull requests in the context of Jira tickets that the teams are working on. It also enables users to view references to Jira … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Oculus reveals hybrid apps, Sauce Labs’ iOS and Android native test automation frameworks, and data.world’s $12 million round of funding

Oculus revealed it is trying to merge traditional PC apps and VR together with a new experimental technology. The company made the announcement at its Oculus Connect 5 (OC5) event in San Jose this week. According to the company, Hybrid Apps will help developers migrate traditional desktop apps to virtual reality and leverage Dash’s virtual … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Atom pull requests, MIT CSAIL’s depression recognition model, and dtSearch’s Intraspexion update

GitHub wants to make it easier to view and interact with pull requests in Atom thanks to a new GitHub package. Recent pull requests will now display information such as the author’s avatar, title of the pull request, pull request number, CI status, and “Last Updated” details. Clicking on a pull request will launch a … continue reading

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