Topic: ide

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

Android++

Android++ has been open-sourced

The creator behind Android++, a native development and debugging solution for Visual Studio, has announced it is now open source and available on GitHub. Justin Webb, a game and technology developer, created Android++ to help make Android development more coherent and easier to understand. According to Webb, Android lacks the simplicity iOS development has to … continue reading

JetBrains unveils DataGrip 1.0

JetBrains is ready to release the first version of its new IDE for developers. It has announced DataGrip 1.0, formerly known as 0xDBE, designed to be a developer’s “Swiss Army Knife for databases and SQL,” according to the company. “For a year and a half we ran an Early Access Program (EAP) for this product … continue reading

JetBrains previews new IDE for SQL and databases

JetBrains is giving developers some insight into what they can expect from the company’s upcoming IDE. OxDBE is a new IDE for developers working with SQL and databases. The company has announced the OxDBE 1.0 Preview, a nearly finished version of the product. According to the company, the IDE will feature: Faster and more accurate … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: 4, the emoji programming language

Emojis are taking over. They’re already edging out text as the alpha dog of SMS messaging, and now members of the 4chan image board are aiming to supplant code with the tiny emoticons as well. According to FourMan, the mysterious developer behind 4, the programming language aims to be easy to use and made up … continue reading

Facebook open-sources Nuclide source code for Atom

Facebook has released the source code for Nuclide, its open IDE for React Native, Web and mobile development atop GitHub’s open-source Atom code editor. Among the many announcements made at Facebook’s F8 developer conference back in March, the company debuted Nuclide for unifying its internal development between native iOS apps, React and React Native code, … continue reading

A Windows 10 PC build, questioning password security questions, and new AWS SDKs—SD Times news digest: May 21, 2015

Microsoft has announced that its Windows 10 insider preview build 10122 for PCs is now available. According to Gabe Aul, engineering manager at Microsoft, the build is more stable and polished, and future builds will become less feature-centric and more focused on fine-tuning. The build includes Start and Continuum improvements, the new tab page for … continue reading

What’s in Visual Studio Code

During the first keynote at the BUILD conference in San Francisco, Microsoft crossed a line that many believed would never be crossed with the unveiling of Visual Studio Code (VSC). For the first time, Microsoft is providing a developer productivity tool to users whether or not they are running Windows as their client OS, which … continue reading

Microsoft’s Visual Studio timeline and Z3 Theorem Prover, Google Cloud Launcher, Facebook’s Fresco—SD Times news digest: March 27, 2015

Microsoft has released a rough timeline of the upcoming features and capabilities on track for the release of Visual Studio 2015 and beyond. The tentative feature rundown for the company’s flagship developer IDE is below: More details are available on the Visual Studio blog. Google unveils Google Cloud Launcher Google has announced Google Cloud Launcher … continue reading

Microsoft releases Bing Developer Assistant for Visual Studio, open-sources Project Orleans

Microsoft’s developer and open-source arms are busy this holiday season, with the company releasing Bing Developer Assistant for Visual Studio and open-sourcing Project Orleans, the cloud-computing framework behind much of Azure as well as the popular first-person shooter game Halo 4. The release-to-manufacturing version of Bing Developer Assistant, available as an extension for both Visual … continue reading

IBM Design Language, Netflix’s Atlas, and the Codealike extension—SD Times news digest: Dec. 15, 2014

IBM has released the IBM Design Language, a shared vocabulary, framework and collection of resources for software design. The IBM Design Language website is a set of living guidelines for IBM’s software product design. The framework encompasses experience, visual, interaction and front-end sections, and the site includes resources such as a type scale calculator, icon … continue reading

castAR, Android Studio, Semantic UI 1.0, and an IoT kit for Raspberry Pi—SD Times news digest: Nov. 24, 2014

It has been a little more than a year since castAR raised US$1 million on Kickstarter for its augmented reality glasses, and now the company is finally ready to start shipping its first pair. The glasses will be shipped to early castAR backers. In addition, Technical Illusions, the company that developed castAR, will be in … continue reading

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