Topic: ios

Facebook’s new Secret Conversations allows end-to-end encrypted messages

Facebook has rolled out a new communication option called Secret Conversations, which is a new conversation mode in Messenger that allows users to create secret messages that will be encrypted end to end. These messages can only be read on one device with another designated recipient—Facebook excluded. This technology uses Signal Protocol, developed by Open … continue reading

TensorFlow v0.9, Code Connect joins Microsoft, and CloudBees collaborates with Red Hat—SD Times news digest: June 29, 2016

Ever since its launch, TensorFlow has been available to developers on Android. Now, the Google team has added support for iOS in v0.9 of TensorFlow, along with Raspberry Pi support and new compilation options. TensorFlow for iOS was built with a specific set of scripts, including a makefile to drive the cross-compilation process. This makefile … continue reading

Apple draws devices closer together

Mac OS X is now simply macOS. The 27th annual World Wide Developer Conference kicked off this morning in San Francisco, and along with the new branding for the operating system, Apple also unveiled new features for macOS and iOS, including the Universal Clipboard, desktop sharing across devices, and enhancements to Siri. macOS and iOS … continue reading

New artificial intelligence app helps put back time in developers’ days

Virtual personal assistants can do just about everything: They can help a person order things online, turn the lights on and off, or play music from a favorite playlist. A new personal assistant is joining the abundance of time-management tools out there, using artificial intelligence to help developers tackle the problems of managing their time … continue reading

Google announces Certification of Agencies, Rogue Wave enhances support for CentOS, and Square open-sources XCKnife project—SD Times news digest: June 8, 2016

Google has announced Certification of Agencies as part of the Google Developers Agency Program, which is an effort to work closely with development agencies all over the world. The Agency Program provides agencies with training through local hangouts and events, content, support from developer relation teams, and early access to upcoming developer products, according to … continue reading

AtlasCamp 2016 introduces Bitbucket Pipelines and JIRA for iOS

Atlassian wants to help development teams work faster while staying connected. The company has introduced new product advancements such as the Bitbucket Pipeline and JIRA for iOS at its annual AtlasCamp developer conference in Barcelona, Spain. “The common thread between all teams is the need to work smarter and faster,” wrote Sri Viswanath, CTO at … continue reading

Open-source blueprint Pepperoni released for mobile development

There’s a new open-source blueprint that aims to give developers a place to kick-start their mobile product development for Android and iOS, all built with React Native and Redux. Named Pepperoni, the development team behind this open-source project has been working for more than 10 months trying to build apps and learning the best ways … continue reading

Google extends Classroom API, CSS tips and tricks, and Google Play awards—SD Times news digest: May 20, 2016

Google is extending its Classroom API to help developers integrate their applications with classroom solutions. The company introduced new coursework endpoints that will give developers access to assignments, grades and workflows. “Learning tools can focus on creating great content and, in turn, use Classroom to manage the workflow for assignments created with this content,” wrote … continue reading

Scratch Blocks, Univa announces Navops Command, and Mozilla request to intervene denied—SD Times news digest: May 18, 2016

Young learners can now design and program creative interfaces with a new generation of graphical programming blocks, named Scratch Blocks. Google announced a collaboration with the MIT Media Lab’s Scratch Team, and released today an open-source developer preview of Scratch Blocks, which builds on the company’s Blockly technology. Scratch Blocks focuses on creating new software … continue reading

VR for Good, Amazon open-sources DSSTNE, and the Google Spaces app—SD Times news digest: May 17, 2016

Virtual reality headsets can let users play games and enter different worlds, but Oculus is putting VR to good use with its VR for Good program, where philanthropic and socially beneficial projects can get started. With this program, Oculus is looking for 10 rising filmmakers to match with 10 nonprofits so they can tell stories … continue reading

WhatsApp for desktop, improving TypeScript projects, and Twitter open-sources DistributedLog—SD Times news digest: May 11, 2016

The Visual Studio team has been trying to find where documentation for some workflows could be improved, and how it could improve setting up TypeScript projects. As a result, there are now communities for each set of tools that will give users an idea of how TypeScript can fit in with a “standard” setup. The … continue reading

Linux open-source survey released, the AI Games, and iOS 9 supporting IPv6-only networks—SD Times news digest: May 6, 2016

Hiring managers say that open-source hiring will increase over the next six months, according to a 2016 Open Source Jobs Report that was released today. The survey was released by Dice and the Linux Foundation, and it is the fifth year they have released the survey. Since open source is an important part of businesses, … continue reading

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