FreeCodeCamp highlights 30 new Android libraries for developers

While there are the several useful Android libraries available through the Android Developer portal, there are plenty of fun open-source Android libraries that have come out this spring. Michal Bialas, an Android developer and contributor to FreeCodeCamp, detailed some of his favorite new Android libraries, including everything from lightweight animation libraries, Android frameworks, beta libraries, … continue reading

Atlassian pushes its ecosystem

Atlassian continued its push to bring development teams together at the opening of its annual Summit in San Jose. Highlights from today included dozens of integration announcements from partners, as well as new features for BitBucket and other product lines. BitBucket now offers large file support and development pipelines, as both features were officially released … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: Wangle

An open-source project by Facebook has made it as SD Times’ GitHub project of the week. The project is called Wangle, and it is a client/server application framework to build asynchronous, event-driven modern C++ services. Facebook open-sourced this project last summer, but recently a Facebook software engineer named James Sedgwick wrote some software with Wangle, … continue reading

Devpost’s Hackathon report, Git 2.5 released, and JShell in Java 9—SD Times news digest: July 30, 2015

Devpost, the hackathon platform formerly known as ChallengePost, has released its first Student Hacker Report for the 2014-2015 academic year, ranking the most popular platforms, programming languages, APIs, libraries, frameworks and more at hackathons over the past year. The report shows Android edging out iOS 38.2% to 22.7% for the most popular mobile platform, while … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: JSCity

JavaScript is empowering JavaScript to build a 3D JavaScript conceptual city. If that sounds meta, it’s because this week’s featured GitHub project, JSCity, is an implementation of the CodeCity source-code visualization environment brought to life with three.js, the popular JavaScript library enabling 3D visualizations, to illustrate facets of the JavaScript programming language as the infrastructure … continue reading

The future of JavaScript is (almost) now

JavaScript is everywhere. Once relegated to an Internet fad, the malleable programming language has evolved along with the Web and now finds itself entrenched in modern browsers, complex Web applications, mobile development, server-side programming, and in emerging platforms like the Internet of Things. Underlying that browser-centric user and developer shift, JavaScript has developed a robust … continue reading

SD Times Blog: A giant trough of open-source libraries

This weekend, I stumbled across a relatively new site: Libraries.io. It’s a massive database of programming libraries, sorted by language, platform and license. As this is a large well from which to draw software development goodness, I thought we’d drop in a bucket and see what they had to offer. A cursory glance through the … continue reading

Google, Microsoft to combine TypeScript and AtScript in Angular 2

Google and Microsoft are writing the Angular 2 framework in TypeScript. Today, during the opening keynote at ng-conf in Salt Lake City, members of the Microsoft TypeScript team and Google’s Angular development manager Brad Green announced the Angular 2 framework will be written in TypeScript, Microsoft’s superset JavaScript language. The AngularJS framework and library for … continue reading

Top five libraries you should know about

Libraries are the lifeblood of programming, but which five most make the developer’s job easier? … continue reading

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