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

Why your app still doesn’t work offline

Engineers have been shuddering at the words “how hard could it be?” for hundreds and hundreds of years. After all, for every great engineering triumph, there are a thousand small failures along the way. The same is true for mobile development, where you’ll often hear this variation of the same question: “How hard could it … continue reading

The Realm Platform 2.0 introduces real-time monitoring and new authentication system

Realm has announced version 2.0 of their real-time mobile platform, adding new features and promising an easier way to make real-time, responsive mobile apps. The Realm Platform features tools for developers to integrate messaging, collaboration, a real-time distributed database and their Object Server computing platform in their apps. With this new release — in addition … continue reading

Report: Android developers are switching from Java to Kotlin

Google surprised Android developers back in May when it announced for the first time it was adding a new programming language to the operating system. Since then, Kotlin language adoption has exploded among developers so much that it is set to overtake Java in the next couple of years, according to a new report. Realm, … continue reading

U.S. legislation for IoT vulnerabilities, Realm Academy, and Facebook’s video chat device — SD Times news digest: August 2, 2017

This week, a bipartisan group of U.S. senators announced plans to introduce legislation addressing vulnerabilities in IoT devices, which experts say is a threat to global security, according to a Reuters report. According to the report, the bill would require IoT vendors to provide their internet-connected equipment to the government as a way to make sure products … continue reading

Tresorit and Realm to deliver end-to-end encryption for reactive, collaborative mobile apps

Tresorit, the cloud encryption company, and Realm, the mobile platform powering the world’s most responsive applications, announced a partnership to deliver end-to-end encryption capabilities to developers using the Realm Mobile Platform. The combination of the two companies’ solutions provides developers with a comprehensive solution for building realtime, collaborative and secure mobile applications across the most regulated … continue reading

Cloudera Atlus

Cloudera introduces Altus, MapR’s new Quick Start Solution, and Realm Functions — SD Times news digest: May 24, 2017

Cloudera is launching a new Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering to simplify Big Data workloads in the cloud. Altus is designed for large-scale data processing applications on the public cloud. It features managed services for elastic data pipelines, workload orientation, the Altus Data Engineering service, backward compatibility and platform portability, and built-in workload management. In addition, the initial … continue reading

Slack introduces Threads, Realm Mobile Platform reaches v1.0, and CA Technologies officially acquires Automic—SD Times news digest: Jan. 19, 2017

Slack has introduced a much-sought-after feature today called Threads, which lets users reply to messages, organize discussions and manage their conversations. According to Paul Rosania, a member of the core product team at Slack, the company was trying to implement a feature that would group conversations in a channel to make it clear which message … continue reading

Realm releases the Realm Mobile Platform for responsive apps

The mobile database provider Realm is combining its mobile database and object server solutions to provide developers with a real-time server. The Realm Mobile Platform is designed to enable developers to build mobile apps that feature real-time capabilities for messaging and collaboration. “Limitations to mobile database and synchronization technology have long been the biggest source … continue reading

WhatsApp for desktop, improving TypeScript projects, and Twitter open-sources DistributedLog—SD Times news digest: May 11, 2016

The Visual Studio team has been trying to find where documentation for some workflows could be improved, and how it could improve setting up TypeScript projects. As a result, there are now communities for each set of tools that will give users an idea of how TypeScript can fit in with a “standard” setup. The … continue reading

The Open Connectivity Foundation, AT&T’s cybersecurity report, and Realm’s new database for React Native—SD Times news digest: Feb. 22, 2016

A new collaborative effort has been announced to ensure companies and developers can create IoT devices and solutions that work seamlessly together. The Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) aims to create specifications, protocols and open-source projects that will ensure devices and solutions can securely and safely interact with one another. Membership includes ARRIS, CableLabs, Cisco, Electrolux, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Oct. 1, 2014—Realm for Android, Visual C++ for Python 2.7

Realm for Android Less than three months after releasing Realm for iOS, the mobile database provider is releasing Realm for Android, maintaining the same simple API and modern design as the iOS version. “We consciously tried to release Android in an earlier state than what we shipped for iOS, so that we could benefit from … continue reading

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