Topic: progress

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

Angular lets developers share code between web and mobile apps

Angular’s dream of being able to share code for web and mobile apps is becoming a reality today with a newly announced solution. The team announced developers can now build web and mobile apps once with Angular and NativeScript, instead of having to build both a web and native mobile app. According to the team, … continue reading

Progress launches Spark Toolkit for modernizing legacy apps

Progress has released Progress Spark Toolkit, a set of open source ABL code and best practices designed to enable organizations to evolve their existing applications and capabilities to meet market demands. The toolkit was created in collaboration with the Progress Common Component Specification project, which is a group of Progress OpenEdge customers and partners that … continue reading

premium Rethinking the way you build software with serverless

The way software is built is constantly changing to meet the ongoing pressure of getting to the market faster and keeping up with the competition. The software development industry has gone from waterfall to Agile, from agile to DevOps, from DevOps to DevSecOps, and from monolithic applications to microservices and containers. Today, a new approach … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Vue Vixens

A new program, project and community was launched this year with a mission to introduce women to the open-source JavaScript framework Vue. While there are a variety of framework communities for women in the programming industry such as Django Girls, Rails Bridge, and ng-Girls, Jen Looper, developer advocate at Progress, saw a lack of community … continue reading

Is the JavaScript fatigue real?

JavaScript is one of the most popular programming language in the world. There are approximately 21 million developers worldwide using the language as their number one choice. That is about 70 percent of the world’s developer population, according to Progress. Pluralsight’s Technology Index recently found that JavaScript was on the top 10 list of in-demand … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Progress Application Server for OpenEdge, Panaya Release Dynamix 2.0, and 2nd Watch’s new cloud automation services

Progress has announced new features for the Progress Application Server (PAS) for OpenEdge.  PAS for OpenEdge is designed to help developers create mission critical applications while reducing security vulnerability and simplifying installation, configuration, and management, according to the company. The solution is built on the Apache Tomcat web server framework, and is installed and configured … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Progress Sitefinity 11, Tricentis Tosca 11.2, and Google’s Machine Learning Practicum on Image Classification

Progress has announced the release of Progress Sitefinity 11, a web experience management solution. The latest release adds a new interface that will enable marketers to be more productive and effective. In addition, it adds new developer tools and introduces the ability to do one-click deployments, which will help reduce time-to-market for web apps. Progress … continue reading

NativeScript 4.0 released

Progress announced the latest version of its open-source framework for cross-platform, native iOS and Android app development at its annual conference ProgressNEXT in Boston this week. NativeScript 4.0 is designed to ease mobile development with a new streamlined development workflow, support for advanced navigation scenarios and deeper integration with Vue.js. According to the company, 70 … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Progress DataRPM, Apache Flink 1.5, and Apache NetBeans 9.0 RC1

Progress is introducing a new solution for IIoT self-service anomaly detection and prediction. The company announced the availability of its DataRPM self-service anomaly detection and prediction for the IIoT market. The solution will provide research and development groups with better decision-making capabilities for IIoT proof-of-concept and pilot execution. It is hosted on AWS, allowing organizations to … continue reading

Innovative tools showcased at Microsoft Build conference

Several new and updated tools showcased at Microsoft’s Build developer conference in Seattle revealed how partners are following the trends toward AI, new software architectures and modernization. Here is a look at their news announcements: Progress announces Conversational UI for chatbot apps Progress today announced the May 16 availability Conversational UI, a set of controls … continue reading

Progress enables tomorrow’s apps today

The nature of apps is changing again as businesses scramble to take advantage of new frameworks, chatbots, mixed reality and emerging open source technologies. While developers must help their companies stay competitive, they must also maintain existing apps. Using Progress UI components in Progress’ Telerik and Kendo UI product lines, developers can do all that … continue reading

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