Topic: programming languages

Google Dart breaks into the top 20 programming languages

Google’s Dart programming language, which was designed to ultimately succeed JavaScript, seems to be making great strides these days. Just in the past year, Dart has been released for wide Web use, become an official Ecma standard, and now according to this month’s TIOBE Index of language popularity, the programming language has broken into its top … continue reading

Docker expands Official Repositories with 11 language stacks

Docker has said it will use what it learns from users’ Docker Hub search habits to deliver additional language stacks to customers, and as a result the open-source platform is adding 11 of the most searched programming language stacks to Docker Hub Official Repositories. “We determined that the community wants prebuilt stacks of their favorite … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Sept. 22, 2014—Kony Visualizer, Google’s Dart API client libraries, and Watson Analytics for Big Data

Kony announces Kony Visualizer Kony is releasing a new mobile app design and development solution for Android, iOS, Windows and the Web. Kony Visualizer allows business users, designers and developers to collaborate, create native and Web mobile app experiences, and cut development time by half, according to the company. “We’ve heard from our customers that … continue reading

SD Times news digest: September 9, 2014—Weave virtual Docker network, Java and C++ popularity hit lows

Weave: The virtual Docker network London-based developer Zettio has open-sourced Weave, a tool to create a virtual network that connects Docker containers across multiple hosts. Weave creates a network bridge on each host, connecting each container to the bridge via a veth pair (a pair of virtual network interfaces connected together). Weave routers then capture … continue reading

Wyvern language works with platforms interchangeably

Web and mobile applications would be a lot more secure if it weren’t for a common coding practice that leaves behind vulnerabilities. Different programming languages solve different problems, so developers are left to use different languages for different functions in an application. The problem is if the technique is not implemented correctly, it leaves applications … continue reading

SD Times news digest: July 15, 2014—Project Zero and Google’s ‘smart lens’

Microsoft patent filing reveals plans for fitness-focused smartwatch Microsoft’s rumored smartwatch finally has some specs. A recent patent filing for a “Wearable Personal Information System” details sensors, features and other components of the fitness and health-oriented wearable device. The patent diagrams feature icons for running, heart rate and calories. (Related: Microsoft’s designs on an eyewear … continue reading

How the D language aims to dethrone C++

Facebook is researching how to replace C++ with this statically typed language on its back end systems … continue reading

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