Topic: ui

SD Times news digest: Sendbird’s new chat app development tools, Sencha Ext JS 7.4, and Tricentis appoints new CEO

Mobile engagement and communication company Sendbird announced new capabilities for developers to build chat features into their applications through Sendbird’s new Flutter SDK.  Sendbird also announced a new open-source version of its UIKit to make it easier to fully customize and extend the UIKit. “Developers will grow the next generation of unicorns, and Sendbird is … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Perforce updates Helix Sync, WhiteSource’s Priority Score technology, and IonQ now available through Qiskit

Perforce’s latest update to Helix Sync comes with a new drag-and-drop interface that enables non-coders to version digital assets.  “Even if your team is small, it doesn’t mean your challenges or files are. Helix Sync was built to help teams go faster,” said Gerhard Krüger, cloud architect and product manager at Perforce. “Securely versioning design … continue reading

Google’s Jetpack Compose UI toolkit reaches beta

Google released its new UI toolkit Jetpack Compose, designed to make it easier to build native apps across all Android platforms.  According to the team, Compose offers modern, declarative Kotlin APIs and is built to integrate with existing Android apps and Jetpack libraries.  Google’s product manager Anna-Chiara Bellini and developer relations team member Nick Butcher … continue reading

UI testing a key part of delivering good user experiences

User experience has always been an important factor in the success of an application, but in an increasingly digital-only world, its importance is only increasing.  If all goes perfectly, the user doesn’t think about what’s going on behind the scenes. When a button does what it’s supposed to when it’s clicked on, the user goes … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Databricks raises $1 billion, Pinecone reveals vector database as a public beta, and Argo Workflows 3.0 released

Databricks has announced a $1 billion investment that puts it’s evaluation at $28 billion, and will help support the rapid adoption of the companies’ lakehouse solution.  “We see this investment and our continued rapid growth as further validation of our vision for a simple, open and unified data platform that can support all data-driven use … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Progress releases new Kendo UI Native components, Platform9 announces new DevOps productivity capabilities, and Visual Studio 2019 v 16.9 preview 3

This week’s update of Progress’ Kendo UI includes 24 new UI components across all Kendo UI libraries as well as support for Angular 11 and React 17. Kendo UI for Angular introduces components including DropDownTree, MultiColumnComboBox, TileLayout, FloatingActionButton and more while KendoReact includes many of the same features alongside added built-in keyboard navigation and UI … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Splice Machine Feature Store launched, Command PATH security fix in Go, and Sensory VoiceHub released

The newly announced Splice Machine Feature Store is designed to help companies implement machine learning in their operations by providing data scientists with actionable real-time data and by reducing the complexity of feature engineering.  “The old way of doing things meant data science operations were simply not scalable. The Splice Machine Feature Store enables you … continue reading

Infragistics’ Indigo.Design App Builder preview released

The developer preview of Indigo.Design App Builder by Infragistics is now available. It is a digital design platform that streamlines app creation from design to code by enabling collaboration between designers and developers, according to the company.  Creating the user interface of an application takes up to 60% of the total time spent on an … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Storybook

This week’s highlighted open-source project is designed to help developers build UI components faster. Storybook allows developers to browse a component library, view different states of a component, and interactively develop and test those components.  Storybook provides a development environment for creating these components, and eliminates the need to start up a complex development stack, … continue reading

Exadel announced the release of CompreFace, an open-source facial recognition application

Exadel, a global provider of digital software engineering solutions and services, announced the release of CompreFace, an open-source facial recognition application. CompreFace can be integrated as a standalone service or deployed via the cloud. It’s convenient API offers state-of-the-art facial recognition. To get started with Compreface, visit: (https://github.com/exadel-inc/CompreFace#overview) “Facial recognition technology is being rapidly adopted across … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Infragistics updates Ignite UI for React and web components, GrapeCity .NET product line, and UiPath Automation Platform

Infragistics announced the release of Ignite UI for React, and Ignite UI for web components. The new releases   include new features to the Ignite UI Data Grid and one new preview component. The component includes cell editing in the data grid, which enables the user to edit the data presented to them in a web … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Melissa automates clean data processes, JetBrains Jetpack Compose for Desktop Milestone 1, and SmartBear’s State of Code Review

Melissa’s new customer data verification platform Unison is an easy-to-deploy solution designed to bring together all of Melissa’s data quality API capabilities into a scalable UI. Unison offers flexibility through a data-agnostic technology stack, connecting disparate data streams to quickly verify, enrich, and unify customer profiles with accurate, up-to-date data. The platform is scalable across … continue reading

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