Topic: sdks

Flutter release preview 1 now available

Google’s mobile SDK for creating native applications is one step closer to its 1.0 release. They announced Flutter Release Preview 1 this week. According to Google, this release signals a new phase of development for the SDK. “The shift from beta to release preview signals our confidence in the stability and quality of what we … continue reading

NVIDIA announces new artificial intelligence research and SDK for content creators

NVIDIA is bringing artificial intelligence to graphics and computing with new SDKs, computer products, and AI research. The company unveiled its plan to bring AI to 25 million content creators at the SIGGRAPH 2017 conference today. According to Greg Estes, vice president of developer marketing at NVIDIA, it has been several years since NVIDIA first … continue reading

Progress open-sources its UI library, Box updates its developer experiences, and the Docker Datacenter updates—SD Times news digest: Feb. 9, 2017

Progress has open-sourced its Progress Telerik UI for Universal Windows Platform, which is a set of native UI controls for building Windows apps. With this announcement, Progress also revealed it is donating to the .NET Foundation to help it with open development in the .NET ecosystem. “With this donation, we are extending our commitment to … continue reading

DataScience Cloud, Mesosphere’s DC/OS 1.8, and Twitter’s new MoPub modular SDK—SD Times news digest: Sept. 16, 2016

Data science solution provider DataScience Inc. has announced the release of DataScience Cloud, a new solution designed to extend data science teams. DataScience Cloud allows users to integrate a variety of data sources, browse and query data, build analyses, and deploy models throughout their organization. “The DataScience Cloud is our answer to the struggles of … continue reading

Facebook AI’s new algorithms, Navisens announces new technology, and Rackspace going private—SD Times news digest: Aug. 26, 2016

Humans can easily identify objects down to the very last pixel, and Facebook AI Research (FAIR) wants to push its machine vision capabilities and get machines to understand images and objects at the pixel level too. To do so, FAIR has introduced new algorithms and frameworks this week. Recently, FAIR has been designing new techniques … continue reading

Virtual reality’s expanding horizons

For fans of the virtual, reality has come a long way. In 2016, we’re living in a reality where not only virtual reality, but also augmented reality applications are commonplace, and hardware for supporting these types of applications is everywhere. As is typical of new technologies, only after they have arrived in the marketplace has … continue reading

Appcelerator adds API access via Hyperloop to its Titanium SDK

Hyperloop won’t be done for a few years. That is, the mass transit system named Hyperloop won’t be ready for many years. Appcelerator’s Hyperloop, on the other hand, is available today in Appcelerator 5.4. This addition to the Titanium SDK allows developers to access all APIs on iOS and Android directly from JavaScript. Jeff Haynie, … continue reading

Microsoft’s HoloLens award recipients, Instagram client pulled from iOS store, and Microsoft’s Project Oxford SDKs—SD Times news digest: Nov. 12, 2015

Earlier this year, Microsoft announced the HoloLens Academic Research Grant Program in order to encourage academic institutions to create holographic computing experiences. Today the company has announced the award recipients, which include Carnegie Mellon, Dartmouth, Virginia Tech, Clackamas Community College, and the University of California, Berkeley. Recipients will be awarded US$100,000 and two Microsoft HoloLens … continue reading

Analyst Watch: Don’t treat mobile developers as security experts

Ask any business leader if they’re OK relaxing their mobile security standards and they’ll quickly tell you it’s not an option. But as mobile apps transition from standalone experiences to integral parts of an overall physical/digital ecosystem, securing them becomes more complex and more dynamic—a job well beyond the duties of mobile app developers. Mobile … continue reading

Digium launches Android and iOS SDKs for Respoke WebRTC platform

Respoke, the WebRTC platform from enterprise software provider Digium, has introduced open-source mobile SDKs for Android and iOS. Respoke’s mobile SDKs are designed to simplify the process of adding WebRTC’s real-time, in-browser audio and video communication features to native mobile applications. The open-source Respoke mobile platform includes integrated push notifications, support for instant messaging, and … continue reading

Google’s open beta testing for Android, Samsung’s new Tizen SDKs, and Amazon’s Alexa developer preview—SD Times news digest: Aug. 3, 2015

Google has announced improved beta testing of Android apps in the Google Play Developer Console with a new open beta service. According to the Android Developers blog, developers can use an open beta to invite users with one-click invitations and scale to a large number of testers while also limiting the maximum number. The new … continue reading

Moovweb’s Optimize MEO platform, Verizon launches enterprise cybersecurity service, and Microsoft releases Band Web Tiles, Health Cloud APIs—SD Times news digest: July 16, 2015

Responsive design company Moovweb has coined a new mobile development term—Mobile Experience Optimization (MEO)—and has rolled out a platform to go with it. Moovweb Optimize is an MEO platform allowing developers and organizations to customize code usability and user flow within a mobile app experience for contextual use, while using edge caching, post load and … continue reading

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