Topic: telerik

Progress announces Rollbase 4.0 to give businesses new development capabilities

Progress wants to help businesses cut the time it takes to bring new apps to market. The company has announced Progress Rollbase 4.0, with significant UI enhancements and integration with the Telerik platform. Rollbase is the company’s application development platform for building mobile and Web-based business applications. “The problem it aims to solve is the … continue reading

Microsoft’s new C++ tools, Code Fellows’ military personnel workshop, and QASymphony’s new JIRA plug-in—SD Times news digest: Nov. 4, 2015

Microsoft has announced a new standalone installer for downloading C++ tools without installing the Visual Studio IDE in Visual Studio 2015 Update 1 RC. “This new installer is meant to streamline the delivery of the C++ build tools in your build environments and Continuous Integration systems,” wrote Marian Luparu, senior program manager for Visual C++ … continue reading

Transforming the Web with HTML5

The Web is ever changing. What was once a place where documents and information could be accessed has turned into a place where users can communicate verbally, visually and virtually, where users can play interactive games, and where users can stream music, movies and television shows. To keep up with these advanced features and capabilities, … continue reading

Google’s Cloud Bigtable, NativeScript 1.0.0, and the rise of social business apps—SD Times news digest: May 7, 2015

Google has launched Cloud Bigtable, a scalable, fully managed NoSQL database service available through the open-source Apache HBase API. Google Cloud Bigtable is an enterprise-focused NoSQL service for high-volume data ingestion, analytics and data-heavy serving workloads. The service includes a natively integrated open-source interface for Hadoop imported to existing HBase clusters along with replicated storage … continue reading

Android’s growth is a pain in the app for developers

Although it’s become the world’s most popular mobile operating system, Android is still an expanding frontier—and developers are always the first to explore it. Android grew to 81.5% of the global smartphone market share in 2014, according to the International Data Corporation, passing a billion phone shipments for the first time. In terms of actual … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: Foreign LINUX

This week’s highlighted GitHub project further breaks down the barriers between Windows and Linux. Foreign LINUX is a dynamic binary translator and a Linux system call interface emulator for Windows, capable of running unmodified Linux binaries on Windows without any drivers or modifications to the system. Developed by Xiangyan Sun, Foreign LINUX is currently in … continue reading

NativeScript public beta, Adobe’s approach to flaw detection, and Django REST framework 3.1—SD Times news digest: March 6, 2015

It has been almost a year since Telerik announced its cross-platform framework for Android, iOS, and Windows. Today, that NativeScript framework is finally making it into public beta. Valentin Stoychev, product line manager at Telerik, announced that developers can start using the framework to build native mobile apps with CSS and JavaScript. “We have been … continue reading

Scrum and the enterprise

The race to be the best, deliver high-quality software and to be the first to market has many organizations turning to different methodologies in order to speed up the development process. One methodology organizations have been flocking to in particular is Scrum. “I always will recommend Scrum if an organization is new to Agile and … continue reading

Telerik takes cross-platform mobile development to the next level for .NET developers with latest Telerik DevCraft release

Telerik today announced the latest Telerik DevCraft release, enhancing the most complete .NET toolbox for web, mobile and desktop development. Telerik has further evolved its mobile development approach with the release of Telerik UI for Windows Universal and Telerik UI for Xamarin. Telerik also now has the most advanced mobile and responsive capabilities in the industry … continue reading

Progress Software to acquire Telerik for $262.5 million

Progress Software has agreed to acquire application development tools provider Telerik for US$262.5 million. Progress Software has a wide portfolio of development, deployment, integration and management applications, such as the OpenEdge, Pacific and Modulus platforms. The addition of Telerik’s developer tool offerings—including the Kendo UI framework and UIs for Web and mobile development—augments the wider … continue reading

Testing in a modern, mobile and agile world

Test early and test often is a mantra every tester these days is familiar with, but with the advent of mobile and methodologies such as DevOps and agile, testing can get lost. “Organizations are expected to put code out faster, and there are pressures to do that, said Kyle Cochran, vice president of product management … continue reading

Developer survey: Mobile still slow to grow

Mobile development is on the rise, but for developers, it’s still got a long way to go. Developer tool provider Telerik’s 2014 “App Development State of the Union” survey of 2,200 developers and IT executives showed that while mobile development is a priority, widespread adoption is stagnant and developers are slow to integrate technologies to … continue reading

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