Topic: https

SD Times news digest: Flurry Push, Google releases .app, and Adobe’s XD CC Starter Plan

Flurry has announced the availability of Flurry Push. It is a new tool for mobile developers that enables them to send targeted messages to re-engage and retain users across Android and iOS. According to the company, this allows users to leverage the power of push notifications in order to drive revenue. The three types include … continue reading

Google’s secure domain for apps now available

Google has announced Google Registry’s newest top-level domain (TLD), .app, is now available. The .app TLD was designed for apps and app developers, and features security measures that enable developers to showcase apps to a broad audience. According to the company, having a memorable .app domain name makes it easy for users to find and … continue reading

Google: More of the web is protected with HTTPS

It has been over a year since Google announced its commitment to provide a more secure web with HTTPS, and today the company is announcing it is making great strides. Google is releasing its public Transparency Report to detail the progress it’s made with HTTPS usage. According to the report, 64% of Chrome traffic on … continue reading

TypeScript 2.2 released, half the Internet uses HTTPS, and updates to the Google Play Developer Console—SD Times news digest: Feb. 23, 2017

Microsoft’s TypeScript team presented the latest release of TypeScript 2.2 this week, with new features and quick fixes to improve the TypeScript experience. With TypeScript 2.2 comes more improvements to the editor, including code actions, which can guide developers in fixing up errors. This includes adding missing imports, adding missing properties, and removing unused declarations. … continue reading

Google previews Android N, Let’s Encrypt gets a new name and home, and Docker Swarm outperforms Kubernetes—SD Times news digest: March 10, 2016

Google is giving developers an early look into its upcoming Android operating system: Android N. The company said it is giving developers the preview earlier than usual in order to give them more time to address feedback and make changes. “By releasing a ‘work in progress’ build earlier in development, we have more time to … continue reading

Microsoft’s HoloLens store for developers, Google to index HTTPS pages by default, and Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview—SD Times news digest: Dec. 18, 2015

Microsoft has opened up a flagship HoloLens store for developers in New York. The store will allow developers to try out its untethered holographic computer, HoloLens, and start building HoloLens programs. Developers will have to request an appointment if they are interested in visiting the store. Developers can also sign up for the HoloLens Development … continue reading

Samsung agrees to pay Apple in patent case, Microsoft previews new feature in VS 2015 Update 1, and Let’s Encrypt enters public beta—SD Times news digest: Dec. 4, 2015

The Apple and Samsung patent infringement case is almost over. Samsung has agreed to pay Apple US$548 million in damages for infringing upon Apple’s mobile patents. The dispute has been ongoing since 2012, when Apple accused Samsung of copying its hardware and software for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. While Samsung has agreed to pay, … continue reading

Let’s Encrypt’s first certificate, and Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build 10536—SD Times news digest: Sept. 15, 2015

Let’s Encrypt has announced its first-ever certificate. Let’s Encrypt is a new certificate authority, made up of tech companies, organizations and researchers, whose goal is to make HTTPS the default protocol for the Web. “Today we mark an important milestone in our march to encrypt all of the Web: the first-ever certificate issued by Let’s … continue reading

Let’s Encrypt’s launch schedule, Windows 10 mobile build, and Progress’ industry survey results—SD Times news digest: June 17, 2015

Let’s Encrypt, the initiative to encrypt HTTPS across the Web, has announced its launch schedule. The first certificate will be given out the week of July 27, with general availability coming the week of Sept. 14. “If we stay true to the schedule outlined above, we will have built an innovative [certificate authority], capable of … continue reading

Node.js Foundation’s open governance structure, and Bing to use HTTPS by default—SD Times news digest: June 16, 2015

The Node.js Foundation announced a new open governance structure that was built from both Node.js and io.js communities’ input. The new structure will include a technical steering committee to direct technical decisions, oversee working group projects and manage contributions, as well as a board of directors that will guide business decisions. The technical steering committee … continue reading

WinJS 4.0 released, Docker’s Ecosystem Technology Partner program, and the HTTPS-Only Standard directive: SD Times news digest—June 9, 2015

Microsoft has announced the general availability of its open-source, cross-platform Windows library for JavaScript. WinJS 4.0 will feature a SplitViewPaneToggle control, Pivot custom header areas, hub visual refresh, cascading menus, universal app controls, XYFocus, and content dialog. In addition, WinJS 4.0 includes support for the latest versions of leading browsers and wrappers for AngularJS, Knockout.js … continue reading

Mozilla moves away from HTTP, Apple confirms tattoo conflict with Apple Watch, and Valve Software’s OpenVR SDK—SD Times news digest: May 1, 2015

Mozilla has announced its plans to move away from HTTP, stating that it is no longer a secure way to protect the Web. The company will focus on new development efforts to secure the Web, and will begin removing non-secure Web features from its browser, Firefox. The first step in Mozilla’s plan is to set … continue reading

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