Topic: mobile

SD Times news digest: Julia Computing Series A, Windows Terminal preview 1.10 released, Kdan Mobile raises $16 million in Series B funding

Julia Computing raised $24 million in a Series A fundraising round and stated it will use the funding to further develop and advance its secure, high-performance JuliaHub cloud platform. JuliaHub makes it easy to develop, deploy and scale Julia programs and is a platform for other applications such as JuliaSim for multi-physics simulation, JuliaSPICE for … continue reading

Mobile security lessons learned from mobile game cheats

Mobile games are often broken into so users can access premium content, paid features and obtain in-game currency. This is done by tampering with memory, bypassing payments and touchID screens, and downloading paid apps for free — and can be done on both jailbroken or non-jailbroken devices.  In a recent webinar on SD Times, Jan … continue reading

A guide to automated testing providers

Appvance is the inventor of AI-driven autonomous testing, which is revolutionizing the $120B software QA industry. The company’s patented platform, Appvance IQ, can generate its own tests, surfacing critical bugs in minutes with limited human involvement in web and mobile applications. AIQ empowers enterprises to improve the quality, performance and security of their most critical … continue reading

How does your company help customers with their automated testing initiatives?

Kevin Surace, co-founder and CTO of Appvance Appvance makes a platform called Appvance IQ, or AIQ for short. The platform is all-encompassing – web, API and native mobile, functional, compatibility, performance, load, security tests. It becomes a centerpiece of your quality initiative. We break test creation into two buckets. Low code/no code ML-driven Test Designer … continue reading

Automated testing is a must in CI/CD pipelines

As the software development industry has seen unprecedented levels of digital transformation, the demand for automated testing in the CI/CD pipeline has taken on greater urgency, especially at the early stages. Also, new advancements in AI are helping developers with some of the biggest challenges in testing: test creation, maintenance and many of the manual … continue reading

SD Times news digest: .NET 6 Preview 2, Accusoft PDF Viewer, and Menlo Security’s web isolation for mobile devices

The second preview of .NET 6 is now available with new APIs, runtime improvements, and early .NET MAUI builds. According to the team, with this announcement they are now back on schedule to monthly previews until .NET 6 is officially released in November.  Once released, .NET 6 will be supported for three years as a … continue reading

Mobile native development gets new foundation

The Linux Foundation has announced the formation of the Mobile Native Foundation (MNF) with a mission to foster collaboration and improve processes and technologies. MNF is a place where developers can collaborate on open source software, standards and best practices.  “The mobile developer community is innovating and we know that open source and collaboration can … continue reading

Android 12 first preview includes new tools for improving user experience

The Android Development team has announced the release of the first preview for Android 12. Android 12 will introduce new tools for building improved user experiences, such as compatible media transcoding, along with privacy and performance optimizations.  “With each version, we’re working to make the OS smarter, easier to use, and better performing, with privacy … continue reading

SD Times news digest: MongoDB’s Realm Sync, Sauce Labs acquires AutonomIQ, and Tidelift catalogs now available

MongoDB has announced a new fully managed service that syncs data between the modern Realm mobile database and MongoDB Atlas, which allows organizations to quickly build responsive applications for their customers and remote workforces. “For developers who aspire to build these best-in-class experiences on mobile, Realm Sync can be transformative in reducing the amount of … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android Platform to migrate build systems to Bazel, Databricks launches SQL Analytics, and Secure Code Warrior Missions

Android announced that it would migrate all of its current build systems to Bazel.  While components of Bazel have been already checked into the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) source tree, this will be a phased migration over the next few Android releases and will include many concrete and digestible milestones to make the transformation … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Apple to require developers to enter app privacy information in App Store Connect, Android’s mobile driving license, and Visual Studio Code 1.51

Apple announced that later this year users will be able to learn about some of the data types that certain apps collect, and whether that data is linked to them or used to track them.  Starting on December 8th, developers will be required to summit this information when they add new apps and app updates … continue reading

Supercharge Testing with Mobile Labs

Effective mobile app testing is even more important today than it was before COVID-19 hit. These days, mobile app experiences impact which brands and services customers choose and how productive work-from-home employees can be. To ensure the highest performance and scalability of apps ranging from enterprise productivity to games, teams serious about product quality choose … continue reading

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