Topic: react

SD Times news digest: Ionic React, Firefox DevTools team announced a new WebSocket inspection feature, and .NET Core 3.1 Preview 1

Ionic React — a native React version of Ionic Framework that simplifies the building of apps for iOS, Android, Desktop, and the web as a Progressive Web App — is now generally available.  “After talking with a lot of fellow React developers at conferences like React Rally, it was clear that there was a gap … continue reading

SD Times news digest: React DevTools, Square goes beyond payments, and Stackery now on AWS Marketplace

React announced a new release of React Developer Tools that are now available in Chrome, Firefox and Chromium Edge. Features include performance gains and improved navigation as well as support for React Hooks.  In addition, the new DevTools can filter components from the tree to make it easier to navigate deeply nested hierarchies. Host nodes … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Facebook’s deep learning recommendation model, React Native 0.60 and Rust 1.36

Facebook announced that it is open-sourcing its deep learning recommendation model (DLRM) to work with categorical data, which is used to describe higher level attributes.  The open-source implementation of DLRM can be used as a benchmark to measure the speed at which a model and associated operators perform and how various numerical techniques affect its … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Pagedraw

Though Pagedraw closed its doors as a business at the beginning of this month, the web-based React UI building utility lives on as an open-source project. The project was designed to provide an “effortless” way to design a UI, down to supporting mock-up import from similar applications Figma and Sketch. After designing or importing a … continue reading

SD Times news digest: TigerGraph 2.4, Outsystems + Boncode, and a new Julia debugger

TigerGraph has announced the latest version of its graph database. TigerGraph 2.4 combines graph pattern matching with link analytics, making it easier for organizations to gain insights from their data. The company also announced a new JDBC Connector and the ability for AWS users to use S3 data natively in GraphStudio. OutSystems announces new partnership … continue reading

Report: React is gaining in popularity, but Angular remains in the lead

JavaScript remains one of the most popular and most-used programming languages today, with a wide variety of frameworks out there to help developers build solutions with the language. Presently, the two most popular JavaScript frameworks are Facebook’s open-source React and Google’s open-source Angular. Angular has been viewed as the number one front-end web development framework … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Next.js 8, Microsoft and Packt’s new cloud-native ebooks, and Mendix on IBM Cloud

Next.js has reached version 8. Next.js is a React framework for static and server-rendered applications. The latest version includes features such as serverless Next.js, massive build-time memory usage reduction, build-time environment configuration, prefetch performance improvements, and smaller initial HTML size. A full list of next features can be found here. Microsoft and Packt release ebooks … continue reading

Report: Developers want clear role requirements

Employers that want to keep their developers happy should make sure they’re clear about the details and requirements of a position. HackerRank released its 2019 Developer Skills Report, which found 68 percent of developers say nothing irks them more than being unsure of what is expected of them. “Hiring and retaining skilled developers is critical … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Evergreen

Segment, the developers of this week’s highlighted open-source project Evergreen, had a core set of beliefs in mind when they set out to design their robust framework of flexible and enterprise-ready React components. According to the project’s GitHub: “Evergreen is built on the belief that you can never predict all future requirements, only prepare for … continue reading

Web development tools, frameworks evolve quickly

Changes in technology have led to changes in how web applications are created. And that has caused some consternation among web developers. A decade ago, the development choice was to use .NET or Java, which meant WPF or ASP.NET for Microsoft developers. Java has been a bread-and-butter language for a long time, so that’s a … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Sencha Test 2.2, TypeScript 2.9 and the ASF’s added Oath support

Sencha announced the latest version of its cross-platform testing tool, Sencha Test 2.2. Sencha Test features more than 200 enhancements and bug fixes, making it easier to create tests, manage defects and store results, according to the company. Sencha Test 2.2 is designed to expand beyond Ext JS apps with new testing solutions for React … continue reading

SD Times new digest: Syncfusion’s Essential Studio 2018 Volume 1, Google introduces Agones and Supernova Cloud

Syncfusion has announced the release of Essential Studio 2018 Volume 1. The highlights of the release include Angular and React for JS 2, new components based on our JS 2 library for ASP.NET Core and MVC, new schedule and maps control for Essential JS 2 suite and new controls for Xamarin platforms and Window Forms. … continue reading

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