SD Times news digest: Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.7, C# 7.2, and Kotlin/Native v0.4

Red Hat has announced Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.7. The latest release of this Kubernetes container application platform will enable IT organizations to build and manage cloud applications utilizing on-premise resources and integration with AWS. Features include: OpenShift Service Catalog, OpenShift Template Broker, OpenShift Ansible Broker, Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes, and Red Hat … continue reading

Open Source Summit Roundup, Day 1

The Linux Foundation released the first six in a planned series of Open Source Guides for the Enterprise during Open Source Summit North America in Los Angeles today. The Linux Foundation developed the guides in conjunction with TODO Group, with contributors representing Cloud Native Computing Foundation, Microsoft, Google, Netflix, Samsung, Red Hat, Comcast, Autodesk, Intel, … continue reading

JSON vs. XML: The battle for format supremacy may be wasted energy

Back in the late 90s, when standards were proprietary and communication protocols complicated, two data formats appeared on the horizon. The first was the extensible markup language, born as an extension of an existing markup language standard (XML), and designed (by an open committee) with the purpose of storing and defining documents and data through … continue reading

The state of mobile: Exciting times, exploding choices

These days, everyone has a best friend: Their smartphone. “On the Web, personalization is a constant struggle, whereas on mobile it’s pretty accurate,” said Nancy Hua, cofounder and CEO of Apptimize, a mobile A/B testing platform. “You know everything they’ve ever done. You also know their context at that moment: Are they on the go? … continue reading

Guest View: Now what’s keeping enterprise app developers up at night?

Enterprise mobile app developers continue to grapple with many of the familiar dilemmas for creating apps that will best serve their organizations in the next year and beyond. As in any year, developers will be looking to increase the productivity of their organization’s employees (and perhaps partners) who are using the app, which can be … continue reading

Chef and Microsoft partner to automate Azure and Visual Studio

Chef, the company behind the open-source IT automation and configuration-management framework, has announced a partnership with Microsoft to improve the native enterprise automation capabilities on the tech giant’s various platforms and services. Chef and Microsoft will collaborate to develop new automation tools for Microsoft Azure, Visual Studio and Windows PowerShell DSC. The partnership is the … continue reading

Analyst Watch: The mobile app development debate

Over the past few years, I’ve handled hundreds of client inquiries on mobile app development approaches. The most common? “Should we go with a native development approach, use HTML5, or go hybrid?” The answer I give (“It depends”) isn’t simply an analyst’s cop-out. Legitimate reasons drive development teams to choose one (or more) approaches to … continue reading

Guest View: The Top 3 enterprise mobility trends to watch in 2015

With 2014 now completely past us, the mobile picture in the enterprise for 2015 is becoming more evident. After a plethora of discussions with customers, developers and pundits, I believe these will be the top trends in enterprise mobility for 2015. 1. Business analysts will create more than 25% of enterprise apps using visual development … continue reading

Top 5 projects trending on GitHub this week

Welcome to a special Thanksgiving edition of the Top 5 trending GitHub projects. There are still five projects and they’re still open source, but this week… you get them on a Wednesday! “Hooray!” yell all our loyal GitHub-loving readers in overjoyed unison. That’s totally what’s happening right now. Anyway, Happy Thanksgiving! #1: Interact.js Interact.js is … continue reading

Developer survey: Mobile still slow to grow

Mobile development is on the rise, but for developers, it’s still got a long way to go. Developer tool provider Telerik’s 2014 “App Development State of the Union” survey of 2,200 developers and IT executives showed that while mobile development is a priority, widespread adoption is stagnant and developers are slow to integrate technologies to … continue reading

Should developers opt to code for Web or native apps?

Ever since Apple created the iOS ecosystem, countless developers moved to focus their energies on the mobile world. As a result, more and more content is being consumed and more apps are being used as routine parts of people’s daily lives. It seems mobile is dominant in every way. However, according to Web analytics company … continue reading

Native versus HTML5: What’s your budget and timeline?

Big-budget apps should be made natively; smaller, faster-to-market apps should go with HTML5 or hybrid … continue reading

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