Topic: volkswagen

SD Times news digest: GitHub’s progress tracking, Rust 1.23 and Amazon Alexa developer skills

GitHub has added the ability to visually track the progress of developer projects. With this update, developers can track the to do, in progress, and done cards. Developers can also now track project boards from other repositories and organizations in a more in depth way. According to the company, this enables users to easily create … continue reading

Volkswagen prepares for digital transformation

Volkswagen is still making headlines in the United States over its diesel emissions scandal, but like all good businesses, the company is not wasting a crisis. While the company has long employed software developers, it is only just now using them to build applications outside of the cars it sells. The company’s first consumer-facing application … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: Leaflet

Think of the words “simplicity, performance and usability.” They were key components of Leaflet, an open-source JavaScript library for mobile-friendly interactive maps. Leaflet was developed by Vladimir Agafonkin of MapBox, which is a building-block application that makes it easy to integrate location into mobile applications. The library weighs about 33KB of gzipped JavaScript code, and … continue reading

Google’s new developer tools, Azure SQL Database security features, and Android malware—SD Times news digest: Oct. 15, 2015

Google is adding new developer tools to its Google Play Developer Console. The company announced the availability of Universal App Campaigns and user acquisition performance reporting. Universal App Campaigns allow developers to set up ad campaigns to promote their applications across Google Play, Google Search, YouTube and Google Display Network. User acquisition performance reporting provides … continue reading

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