Topic: ide

Android 7.1 Developer Preview, GitLab 8.14, and IntelliJ IDEA 2016.3—SD Times news digest: Nov. 23, 2016

Google has announced its final developer preview as it gets ready to release the Android 7.1.1 platform. This preview is designed to help developers complete their app development and testing for Android 7.1.1. It features near-final system behaviors, bug fixes, API level 25, and an update to the SDK and tools in Android Studio. Developers … continue reading

How developers can understand Android 2.2 changes to APK packaging

Android Studio 2.2, which was first previewed at Google I/O 2016 and later released in September, is packed with new developer enhancements and changes under the hood of the Android Gradle plug-in. The Android Developer team released a few tips and details this week to make sure developers fully understand these changes so they can … continue reading

Google ends support for Eclipse Android Developer Tools

Google wants Android Studio to be the official integrated development environment for the Android operating system. The company announced that with the release of Android Studio 2.2, the IDE will no longer support the Eclipse Android Developer Tools. Eclipse Android Developer Tools includes the plug-in for the Eclipse IDE and the Android Ant build system. … continue reading

Microsoft’s milestone in speech recognition, Node.js v6.9.0 released, and Google open-sources Nomulus—SD Times news digest: Oct. 19, 2016

Microsoft is making waves with its artificial intelligence research by developing a piece of technology that recognizes words as well as humans do. According to a team of researchers from the company’s AI and Research division, the company’s speech recognition system has a word error rate of 5.9%, which is about equivalent to a human. … continue reading

New features for Azul’s Zing 16.07, Quill 1.0 released, and Synopsys’ new Virtualizer tool set—SD Times news digest: Sept. 7, 2016

Azul Systems has announced the general availability of version 16.07 of its Zing runtime for Java, which is a drop-in replacement for legacy Java Virtual Machines. According to the TIOBE Index, Java remains the most popular programming language across enterprises, and is used by companies like Google and Oracle. However, Java can still experience problems … continue reading

Qt Creator 4.0 released with integrations and open-source features

The cross-platform application and UI framework Qt announced the release of Qt Creator 4.0.0 today, which comes only a few months after its beta release in March. With this release, several features and integrations are available as open source, including code for the Clang Static Analyzer integration. Qt Creator is a cross-platform IDE that helps … continue reading

Google announces Android Studio 2.1 with Android N Developer Preview support

Android developers looking to test Google’s upcoming operating system can now do so through Android Studio. Google announced an update to its integrated development environment with support for the Android N Developer Preview. With Android Studio 2.1, developers can test and validate their apps on Android N, get access to the latest versions of the … continue reading

Microsoft previews new JavaScript language service, Salsa

Microsoft is introducing a new JavaScript language service in Visual Studio 15. The service, codenamed Salsa, is designed to improve the existing JavaScript language and provide enhancements to JSX support, module support, and ES6/ES7 syntax coverage. According to Microsoft, language services are meant to provide completion lists, signature help, syntax highlighting and other helpful features … continue reading

JetBrains Toolbox introduces new versioning and release changes

JetBrains provides a variety of tools for every developer, including IDEs for Java, JavaScript, Ruby and others. Now, with its shift to subscriptions, one of its new goals is to move away from one major release per year and focus on continuously delivering value independently of versioning. With this new model, JetBrains has noticed a … continue reading

EclipseCon kicks off with Che release

Eclipse Che, the developer workspace server and cloud IDE, had its initial release this morning at EclipseCon. Mike Milinkovich, executive director of the Eclipse Foundation, said of the project: “Eclipse Che is rethinking the way IDEs are built and used by developers. It uses Docker, Java and JavaScript to create a more flexible and dynamic … continue reading

Eclipse Che beta arrives

The Eclipse Foundation’s Web-based IDE, Che, entered beta today. The project is the culmination of 18 months of work and more than 5,000 commits from developers. The result is a browser-based, polyglot IDE that can connect to a remote Che Workspace server. Stévan Le Meur is product manager at Codenvy, and he’s been working on … continue reading

A new C# IDE called Project Rider, Microsoft makes upgrading Windows 10 easier, and a new Web app programming language—SD Times digest: Jan. 14, 2016

This week, JetBrains announced a new project that has been in the works for a while. Called Project Rider, it’s a cross-platform C# IDE, based on the IntelliJ Platform and using ReSharper technology. The IDE includes functionality that will be familiar to those that have used ReSharper and IntelliJ-based IDEs, like Quick Fixes, Inspections, and … continue reading

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