Topic: microsoft

Microsoft reveals updates on .NET Hot Reload progress in Visual Studio 2022

Microsoft revealed an update on its progress on the Hot Reload capabilities that will ship with Visual Studio 2022. Hot Reload allows a developer to edit code and apply those changes immediately in an already running application, without needing to restart that application to see those changes.  Currently Hot Reload is available as a preview … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Windows App SDK

Last year at Microsoft Build, Microsoft announced its vision for Project Reunion, a set of libraries for building apps that work across different Windows 10 versions and devices.  That project has since been rebranded as Windows App SDK, but the core vision remains the same.  Developers can use Windows App SDK to create apps that … continue reading

SD Times news digest: AWS Panorama generally available; Windows Terminal Preview 1.12; IBM commits to upskilling 30 million people for technical roles by 2030

Amazon recently announced that AWS Panorama Appliance is now generally available. The AWS Panorama Appliance is a computer vision appliance designed to be deployed on the user’s specific network in order to analyze images provided by an on-premises camera. AWS Panorama works as a machine learning appliance and software development kit (SDK) that enables developers … continue reading

SD Times news digest: New ways to contribute to .NET MAUI Community Toolkit; Google giving away Flutter Apprentice for free; Apache weekly update

Microsoft recently announced that they are accepting community contributions to the .NET MAUI Community Toolkit. To help facilitate these community contributions, Microsoft has improved the workflow for adding new features. Microsoft also created a GitHub Project Board in order to keep track of the new workflow where interested users can follow along. The new feature … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft Store previews WSL; Unqork 2021.10; Tableau-Google Cloud collaboration; Solo.io supports GraphQL

Microsoft announced the availability of the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) preview in the Microsoft Store as an application for Windows 11 machines. Installation through the store will allow the user to get the latest WSL updates and features quickly and without modifying their current Windows version.  In addition to the way WSL is installed, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Infoworks v5.0, Microsoft updates Azure REST API guidelines, NowSecure announces EAP for its bill of materials for mobile apps tool

Infoworks today announced the release of version 5.0 of its software solution for automated cloud migration and enterprise data operations. With this release, Infoworks’ ability to assist organizations in leveraging their data assets and migrate data workloads has been enhanced.  In order to do this, the release includes  simplification and deep automation of data migration … continue reading

Microsoft shares info on developing for Surface Duo 2

Microsoft yesterday announced its new Microsoft Surface Duo and is now inviting developers to start building or enhancing apps for dual-screen devices. The best way to start is by using Jetpack Window Manager, according to Guy Merin, the senior director of engineering at Microsoft, in a blog post. It has a FoldingFeature class providing device-specific … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Azure SDK September release, Puppet shares future plans for its developer kit, and F5 acquires Threat Stack

Microsoft announced the September release of its new Azure SDKs including one for C++, Go, and the Python Conda version, as well as Resource Management Libraries for .NET, JavaScript, and Go. Also, CloudNative Cloud Events for .NET version 1.0 has released a new stable version.  Additional details on all of the highlights, stable releases, and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Package Source Mapping in Visual Studio Code, Ruby on Rails 7.0 alpha 1, and Matillion Series E

Microsoft announced the first preview release of Package Source Mapping with Visual Studio 2022 preview 4.  Package Source Mapping gives users fine-grained control of where their packages come from by mapping every package in their solution to target a package source.  Package Source Mappings will apply to all project types – including .NET Framework – … 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

Microsoft consumers can now completely remove passwords from their accounts

Microsoft today announced that users of Outlook, OneDrive, Family Safety, and more can now opt out of using passwords and choose alternative authentication methods, predicting that “the future is passwordless.” This comes after the company announced that ​​passwordless sign-in was generally available for commercial users, bringing the feature to enterprise organizations around the world.    Some of the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Python in Visual Studio Code – September 2021 release, Elastic completes acquisition of Build.Security, Micro Focus LoadRunner Cloud 2021.08

Microsoft announced the September 2021 release of the Python Extension for Visual Studio Code, which includes a rich Python editing experience in the browser, a revamped testing experience, and a new button for running and debugging files on the editor. The new version also includes an update regarding the Microsoft Python Language Server’s end of … continue reading

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