Topic: google

SD Times news digest: Flutter Dart DevTools, AWS Porting Assistant for .NET, and Google’s Smart Home Analytics

Flutter announced a new version of Dart DevTools, a suite of tools for debugging and performance analysis for dart and Flutter code.  The new release adds updates to the performance and memory pages, and a completely new network page. “One major benefit of choosing Flutter is that selecting a distribution model is something we can … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Datadog integrates with Amazon Elastic File System, Copado raises $26 million, and Google’s internships focus on open source

Datadog announced support for Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) for AWS Lambda.  Through the new integration, developers will have visibility across the serverless components that power their business and will be able to troubleshoot potential issues quickly.  “As our shared customers can take advantage of the new persistent file system functionality to enable new … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Stack Overflow testing new Reactions feature, WSL updates, and Xamarin.Forms 4.7

Stack Overflow has announced that it is testing a new Reactions feature. The new feature includes a button on answers across Stack Overflow to provide a simple way to say “thanks.” “We’ve heard from our users that the inability to say “thank you” is frustrating—especially for new users who don’t have enough reputation to upvote … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft Web Live Preview, Google Play Billing Library version 3, and YugabyteDB Community Update

Microsoft has announced a new editing mode, “web live preview,” now available in the preview Visual Studio extension. “As we looked at some of the web trends and talked with customers in our user research labs we wanted to adapt to that philosophy that the best representation of your UI, data, state, etc. is your … continue reading

Android 11 beta now available

Android 11 Beta is now available for early adopters and developers, offering new ways to connect devices and media and significantly improving privacy settings.  “You can now quickly access and control your smart devices in one place by long pressing on the power button,” Dave Burke, vice president of Android engineering, wrote in a post. … continue reading

Android Studio 4.0 features design, development and build improvements

The latest version of Android Studio is now available. Highlights of Android Studio 4.0 include a new Motion Editor and Build Analyzer, and improved versions of CPU Profiler and Layout Inspector.  “During these uncertain times, we’re humbled by the many developers around the world who are finding ways to keep doing what they do best—create … continue reading

Progress OpenEdge 12.2, CloudBees’ on-prem feature flagging, and Applause Functional Testing

Progress OpenEdge 12.2 delivers new capabilities that address the demand for continuous operations such as immediate auto recovery and improved performance and availability monitoring through new DevOps tooling.  An API-first approach allows OpenEdge to become a truly open platform with service and data integration, big data and data warehousing, according to the company.  Progress also … continue reading

Google to replace TensorFlow’s runtime with TFRT

Google has announced a new TensorFlow runtime designed to make it easier to build and deploy machine learning models across many different devices.  The company explained that ML ecosystems are vastly different than they were 4 or 5 years ago. Today, innovation in ML has led to more complex models and deployment scenarios that require … continue reading

wireless debugging in Android 11 Developer Preview 3

Android 11 Developer Preview 3 now available

The Android development team has opened up the Android 11 Developer Preview 3 (DP3). This preview build can be accessed only on Pixel 2, 3, 3a, and 4 devices. The update with DP3 will be automatically downloaded for those currently using a Developer Preview build, or it can be downloaded manually. This preview includes a … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Tasktop Hub 20.2, new Google Spanner features, and Confluent raises $250 million

The latest version of Tasktop Hub is now available. Tasktop Hub 20.2 is designed to make toolchain integration easier by enabling large-scale organizations to accelerate the flow of work and business value across their software portfolio.  Key highlights include more control over operational processes using Conditional Field Flow, conflict resolution at the field-level, enhanced support … continue reading

SD Times news digest: WebView DevTools, Intel and Udacity’s developer training for AI at the edge, and DataStax previews build of Kong with Astra support

Google has announced WebView DevTools, a set of on-device debugging tools to diagnose WebView-caused crashes and misbehaving web platform features now available through WebView Beta. “No software is bug-free and loading web content can be challenging, so it’s no surprise WebView crashes are a pain point for apps,” Nate Fischer, software engineer for WebView team … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Apache Kafka 2.5, Google Play policy updates, and Microsoft’s C++ Core Guidelines Support Library

Apache Kafka 2.5 was launched with new metrics and security features, among other improvements.  Additionally, some preparatory work was done towards the removal of Apache Zookeeper such as KIP-555: details about the ZooKeeper deprecation process in admin tools, and KIP-543: dynamic configs will not require ZooKeeper access Producer scalability for exactly once semantics has been … continue reading

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