Topic: google play

SD Times news digest: Quantum SDK updated, new Google Play Console features, Call for Code winner announced

Cambridge Quantum Computing today announced the latest 0.6 version of t|ket>, its high-performance quantum software development kit (Q-SDK), which now enables quantum circuit execution on Amazon Braket. The latest release extends the number of supported devices, simulators and development frameworks, enhances circuit optimization and noise mitigation techniques, and extends operating system support.  t|ket> works across … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Google Play feedback, Uno Platform 3.0 released, and IBM’s Call for Code global challenge finalists

Google shared its full perspective on supporting developers’ ability to choose how they distribute their apps through multiple app stores on different platforms, ensuring equal treatment for all apps, and allowing developers to communicate with customers. The company explained it will be making changes in Android 12 next year to make it easier for people … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitHub Sponsors, CTO.ai announces $7.5 million for delivering “DevOps shortcuts”, and Google Play point rewards come to the US

GitHub Sponsors is now out of beta for developers that have bank accounts in one of 30 countries.  The number is still growing and developers without bank accounts there can sign up on the waitlist to join the beta in their country.  “In the coming months, we’ll continue to roll out general availability to countries … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Google Play’s instant-enabled app features, Netlify Dev, and React-Redux 7.0.1

Google is starting the deprecation process for its Android Gradle 3.4.0 feature plug-in and instant app plug-in, which were included in Android Studio 3.4. Developers will receive a warning flagging those plug-ins as deprecated as they are building apps. The Android team urges developers to migrate their apps to an instant-enabled app bundle soon. Instant-enabled … continue reading

Android adds new features for Android App Bundles

Last year Google made it easier for Android developers to utilize modular development with the release of Android App Bundles and Google Play’s Dynamic Delivery. Over the past year, developers have implemented these new models in over 60,000 applications, resulting in reduced app sizes and time needed to manage releases. Now, the Android team is … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Dynamsoft Barcode Reader SDK, Google’s Play Store review policies, and Clojure 1.10

Dynamsoft has released an update to its Barcode Reader SDK, with a pure JavaScript API Edition. The new version will enable cross-browser and cross-platform barcode scanning, the company explained. The new SDK supports real-time localization and decoding of 1D and 2D barcodes from static images and decoding from a camera’s video stream. How Google ensures … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Quick Base Kanban reports, Node.js downloads, and Google Play Instant updates

No-code app development solution provider Quick Base announced it was bringing Kanban reports to its platform. Kanban is an Agile approach to organizing, visualizing, updating and acting on work in progress. The newly added reports provide information of work ideas such as status, phase, people and other important attributes. It is a drag-and-drop tool featuring … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Drone’s CI/CD for Google Cloud, GitLab 11.1, and Google Play’s requirements

Drone, a continuous delivery solution provider, has announced that it is launching cloud native CI/CD for Google Cloud as well as Drone Autoscale for Google Cloud. Drone Autoscale will enable Google Cloud users to maximize their server capacity while minimizing costs. According to the company, customers have reported a 5x increase in build volume capacity … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Neurala Brain Builder beta program, Dispatch Labs developer test network, and Google Play app discovery improvements

Neurala announced plans to launch the Neurala Brain Builder beta program this month. The program is designed to streamline the creation, deployment, analysis and management of deep learning applications, according to the company. “Whereas AI applications are growing at an exponential rate, the existing workflow for creating, validating, deploying, analyzing, and improving their performance has … continue reading

SD Times news digest: V8 6.8, Google Play developer features, and Oracle’s donation to Apache NetBeans

V8 version 6.8 is now available. V8 is an open-source JavaScript engine developed by Google and used in Google’s open-source browser Chrome. The latest release focuses on memory, performance, WebAssembly and APIs. To avoid memory leaks, the latest version lets the context point to a ScopeInfo in order to break down dependencies. According to the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android APKs, GitHub Education, and NGINX funding

Google has added a small amount of security metadata on APKs in order to verify which APKs were distributed by Google Play. This comes after it announced last year that it would be making updates to app security to verify authenticity. The company will be able to determine authenticity when a device is offline, add … continue reading

How Google is using machine learning to discover and address potentially harmful apps

Google is devoting more resources in 2018 to developing and maintaining the machine learning algorithms it uses to power its suite of mobile threat protection, Google Play Protect. Google Play Protect was initially announced at Google I/O 2017 and the suite is built into over two billion Android devices. While Google Play Protect protects devices … continue reading

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