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Google Developer Days: Dart 2.5 comes packed with new developer features

Google Developer Days kicked off in China this week with new features and updates for the developer community. The stable release of Dark 2.5 SDK was announced with technical previews of major developer features.  The technical previews included ML Compete, a machine learning-powered code completion capability, and a foreign function interface for calling C code … continue reading

SD Times news digest: HackerOne announces $36.4 million in funding, VS 2019 16.3 preview 3 enables refactorings with IntelliCode, and Google’s batch attestation key

Bug bounty platform provider HackerOne announced that it raised $36.4 million in funding from Valor Equity Partners, bringing its total to $110 million.  The company explained it will continue to workon “second-order benefits of vulnerability disclosure,” and with a community of pentesters and other security research experts. In addition, the company is building a data … continue reading

Mozilla’s response to Manifest v3

Mozilla is responding to Google’s upcoming Manifest v3 changes. Manifest v3 is Google’s next Chrome extensions manifest version designed to provide “stronger security, privacy and performance guarantees,” but it also comes with a number of difficult changes browsers like Mozilla will have to address. “In November 2018, Google proposed an update to their API, which … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Visual Studio Code 1.38, CircleCI’s security incident, and Google introduces differential privacy controls

Microsoft announced the August 2019 release of Visual Studio Code 1.38, adding updates as well as new features.  Some of the key highlights include the ability to keep letter casing across multi-file search/replace; to check min, max, enum values and glob patterns; quick navigation features; and links to MDN documentation directly from IntelliSense.  The full … continue reading

Android 10 now available

Google announced the official release of Android 10. The updated operating system is built around three themes: advanced machine learning, support for foldable and 5G devices, and privacy protection. RELATED CONTENT: Android Q will come with new capabilities for protecting location data Google drops the sweets with Android 10 Android 10 will first be rolling … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Syncfusion Essential Studio 2019 Volume 2, Sencha Ext JS 7.0, and new Google Play developer restrictions

Syncfusion release Essential Studio 2019 Volume 2, which introduces Blazor controls that include template rendering, canvas chart rendering and support for file system service providers.  “Our Blazor framework includes more than 60 components that can be used to author powerful line-of-business solutions,” said Daniel Jebaraj, Syncfusion’s vice president. “Blazor is exciting because it allows developers … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitLab 12.2 now available, Syncsort acquires Pitney Bowes’ Software Solutions, and Google Play store gets a visual refresh

GitLab announced its latest 12.2 release, adding directed acyclic graphs (DAG) for pipelines and design management.  According to the company, DAG is a method to create and manage detailed job dependencies, rather than relying on sequential stages, making CI pipelines faster and more efficient. Design management makes it easy to share, version and collaborate on … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Google drops the sweets with Android 10

It is always fun trying to guess what Android’s latest operating system is going to be called. Some of the letters haven’t always been as easy as others. Android P had a number of different choices like Pop-Tarts, Popsicle or pound cake. Android O was a little bit more challenging, but the company finally revealed … continue reading

Google’s Privacy Sandbox creates open standards to enhance privacy

The need for more privacy while surfing the web has been a hot topic lately, and while some organizations are creating initiatives to bolster that need, Google found that an agreed upon set of standards was essential to steer user privacy in the right direction. To address this Google announced its Privacy Sandbox initiative.  The … continue reading

Project Marble now stable in Android Studio 3.5

Google is focused on making developers day-to-day app development easier in the latest release of its IDE Android Studio. This release makes the company’s Project Marble, an initiative where the company focused on system health, feature polish and bugs, now stable. “Have you ever wished that Android Studio was faster, more performant, and more memory … continue reading

SD Times news digest: CircleCI announces Windows support, Google Coral summer updates, and dotData improvements

CircleCI announced new Windows support for its continuous integration and delivery platform.  According to the company, this will enable developers to run jobs across multiple platforms on a single workflow with Windows. The support joins CircleCI’s other set of supported execution environments such as Linux, Docker and macOS. The Windows jobs are VM-based and provide … continue reading

SD Times news digest: VMware Cloud Foundation comes to Google Cloud, Microsoft acquires BlueTalon, and Kony receives $37 million

Google Cloud announced that it will begin supporting VMware workloads, to offer customers “a wide breadth of choices for how to run their VMware workloads in a hybrid deployment,” according to a blog post.  “With VMware on Google Cloud Platform (GCP), customers will be able to leverage all of the familiarity and investment protection of … continue reading

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