Topic: ios

What to consider when getting started with mobile app testing

As organizations have shifted to a mobile-first approach, they’ve found that testing for the sheer number of devices and operating systems out there has become a real challenge.  The most important thing in getting started with mobile app testing is ensuring quality by defining a profile of the end users to select the required mobile … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Stable Jetpack Wear OS libraries, Domo Sandbox, and new Sentry capabilities

Android recently announced the delivery of the first five stable Jetpack Wear OS libraries. These include: wear, wear-input, wear-ongoing, wear-phone-interactions, and wear-remote-interactions. The wear library allows users to lay out elements in an arch and write curved text in order to support the curvature of round watches. In addition, wear-input identifies and interacts with hardware … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Uno Platform

The Uno Platform is an open-source UI platform released under the Apache 2.0 license for single-codebase applications for Windows, WebAssembly, iOS, macOS, Android, and Linux. Developers can maintain pixel-perfect control over where pixels go while having a choice of developing a platform-specific or custom look and feel of your application. For example, a button will … continue reading

SD Times news digest: dtSearch announces version 2021.02 beta, Postman raises $225 million in Series D funding, Apple SharePlay developer updates

dtSearch announced a new version of its enterprise and developer text retrieval product with a preview multithreaded indexer for multicore 64-bit Windows and document filter enhancements.  The dtSearch Engine for macOS release candidate adds support for Apple Silicon M1/ARM; the dtSearch Engine developer SDKs for macOS, Linux, and Windows share cross-platform. The beta also adds … continue reading

Mobile testing: So many devices, so many variables

As organizations have shifted to a mobile-first approach, they’ve found that the main challenge is testing for the sheer variety of devices out there. Also, tests need to be run on various telecom providers in different parts of the world. This infinite web of possible combinations has prompted a need for automation and framework consolidation … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android giving extension to comply with new Play Payments Policy, Sentry performance monitoring for iOS and Release Health for Python, Sysdig to acquire Apolicy

Android stated that it would extend the September 30th deadline for adhering to the Google Play Payments policy to March 31st, 2022.  Starting on July 22nd, developers can appeal for an extension through the Help Center. Android said it will review each request and get back to requests as soon as possible. Additional details are … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Gremlin Automatic Service Discovery, WhiteHat Attack Surface Management, and Jamf’s same-day Apple OS support

Gremlin has added Automatic Service Discovery to its chaos engineering platform in an effort to help companies improve resilience and reduce downtime by identifying the various services running across distributed systems.  “The rise in popularity of microservices necessitate services functioning as first-class citizens. The infrastructure layer is becoming more abstract and engineers are increasingly thinking … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Rookout’s live debugging heatmap, Ionic Vue, and Ignite UI for Blazor

The new Live Debugging Heatmap by Rookout is designed to visualize which applications are causing the most problems within a business.  “We want to give meaningful insights in a quick and visually appealing way,” said Shahar Fogel, the CEO of Rookout. “We have unique insights into where software developers are spending the most time debugging … continue reading

Apple launches Security Research Device Program

Apple launched the Security Research Device (SRD) Program this week to help improve security for iOS users and to bring more researchers to the iPhone.  It features an iPhone dedicated exclusively to security research, with unique code execution and containment policies. According to Apple, it is not meant for personal use or daily carry, and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Linux Foundation’s cloud engineer bootcamp, AWS Amplify libraries for iOS and Android, and Acquia CMS Migrate

The Linux Foundation announced a new cloud engineer bootcamp that includes online training, labs, instructor support and certification providing all the verifiable knowledge necessary to begin work as a cloud engineer. The training begins with Linux at the operating system layer, and moves up the stack, covering DevOps, cloud, containers and more, providing all the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Capacitor 2.0, Zend announces two new PHP offerings, and Firefox 75 developer updates

Capacitor 2.0 was released to make it easier to develop web apps that run on iOS, Android, and on the web as Progressive Web Apps powered by a single codebase. Capacitor is a native runtime developed by Ionic.  According to the company, Capacitor allows users to access native mobile features like the camera using the … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Lockdown

This week’s open-source project of the week is Lockdown, the first open-source firewall for iOS created by the team that launched Confirmed VPN last December.  According to the creators of the free app, Duet Display CEO Rahul Dewan and former iCloud engineer Johnny Lin, the firewall allows users to block any connection to any domain … continue reading

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