Topic: net

SD Times news digest: .NET Foundation Open Membership, Hyperledger Ursa, and Android codelab courses

Microsoft has announced it is opening the .NET Foundation to the open-source community. “The .NET Foundation was founded in 2014 to foster .NET open source development and collaboration. We’re thrilled to have been a part of some amazing growth and momentum since then! On the platform projects alone, 87% of the people who contribute to … continue reading

Microsoft updates the .NET Standard

Microsoft has updated the .NET Standard after almost one year. Since .NET Standard 2.0 was released, the company introduced new updates to .NET Core 2.1 and is working its way towards .NET Core 2.2. This week, .NET Standard 2.1 is being announced to include new updates and concepts implemented over the last year as well … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Infer.NET

Microsoft has announced its machine learning framework Infer.NET is now open source. Infer.NET focuses specifically on running Bayesian inference in graphical models. According to the company, it can also be used for probabilistic programming. “Open sourcing Infer.NET represents the culmination of a long and ambitious journey. Our team at Microsoft Research in Cambridge, UK embarked … continue reading

Progress introduces over 20 new .NET components in Telerik

Progress has released new Telerik tooling for .NET developers. The company is providing over 20 new Telerik components, expanding the most popular components, and adding new themes. The new web components include features for several languages, such as ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET Core, JSP, PHP, jQuery, Vue, Angular, and React. New mobile components include built in … continue reading

How Visual Studio tool providers are following Microsoft into the cloud

More and more businesses are moving their solutions to the cloud because of its ability to reduce costs, scale, control choices and keep data more secure. One of the biggest leaders in the cloud movement space has been Microsoft, which announced almost five years ago it would be moving more towards a “cloud first, mobile … continue reading

SD Times news digest: CI/CD for Arm developers, Cloudability’s Jira Rightsizing integration, and Microsoft’s ML.NET 0.3

Shippable has announced it is collaborating with Arm and Packet to bring a continuous integration and delivery solution to Arm developers. Through the new partnership, Shippable will host the CI/CD solution and will leverage on-demand Arm-based machines from Packet’s cloud. According to Shippable, as adoption and interest in Armv8-A architecture continues to grow, developers need … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Qoppa PDF Studio Viewer 2018, Dynamsoft Barcode Reader SDK 6.2 and Aspose.EPS for .NET

Qoppa has announced PDF Studio Viewer 2018 with new annotation and form filling capabilities. PDF Studio Viewer is the company’s PDF reader for Windows, macOS and Linux. In addition, the company adding new features for reviewing and marking up PDF documents such as sticky notes, typewriter, text box, callout, shape and text markup annotations. Other … continue reading

JNBridgePro 9.0 introduces multiple proxy DLLs, Java 10 support

Java and .NET Framework interoperability tool provider JNBridge announced the release of JNBridgePro 9.0 today, which aims to address requested changes from its community of users. JNBridgePro 9.0, the latest release, addresses a longstanding user request: the ability to create .NET-to-Java projects employing multiple proxy DLLs. Users want to do this for a number of … continue reading

Productive, cross-platform .NET development with JetBrains Rider

During the past few years, a lot has happened around Microsoft’s .NET platform. The framework and its ecosystem are now more open than ever, and with the full .NET Framework, .NET Core and Mono at our disposal, we can now run and develop our applications on any platform — whether Windows, Linux or macOS. An … continue reading

LEADTOOLS version 20 released with .NET and Azure support

LEAD Technologies has announced the release of LEADTOOLS version 20. This is a major version release that includes new libraries for the .NET Standard and Microsoft Azure Services as well as improvements to LEAD’s document, medical and product lines. “One of our biggest goals for LEADTOOLS Version 20 was to make LEADTOOLS available on every … continue reading

Coding Dojo: The top seven programming languages of 2018

As programmers prepare for the new year, they will need to stay up-to-date on the most in-demand skills employers are looking for. Coding Dojo has released the top seven most in-demand programming languages developers should be aware of over the next year. “Software development is a dynamic field. New and in-demand programming languages, frameworks and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Realm .NET, WebAssembly support, and Dataiku 4.1

Realm has announced Realm .NET, which adds Realm’s mobile data platform to the .NET ecosystem. This will allow developers to create apps on the Microsoft stack. Realm .NET has support for .NET and C# in Realm’s server side framework, and support for the Universal Windows Platform in its synchronization and data encryption technology. It also … continue reading

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