Topic: web development

Girls in Tech adds new Python coding program

Girls in Tech wants to add Python skills to women’s toolbelt in a new web development bootcamp announced this week. CODE G: Level II is a 40-hour, 5-day bootcamp designed to teach the basics of web development as well as provide best practices for maintaining codebases. “Python is used by tech firms across the Valley … continue reading

Ionic 4 takes a more web component approach

The open-source hybrid mobile app development SDK Ionic has released version 4 of its framework with a new focus on web components. This is a substantial change to the framework that has been predominantly Angular compatible. RELATED CONTENT: Report: Competition heats up between Angular, React and Vue “At the end of 2017, we started asking … continue reading

Progress provides new support for Vue and .NET developers across its product line

Progress is updating its web UI toolkit to support the most popular JavaScript frameworks with newly announced extended native support for Vue. Vue joins the product’s existing support for React and Angular. According to the company, the extended Vue support will include the Grid component as well as MultiViewCalendar and DateRangePicker components. “The JavaScript UI … continue reading

Report: Competition heats up between Angular, React and Vue

Angular is one of the most popular frameworks for JavaScript development today, but competition among other frameworks is coming to fruition. A recently released report revealed interest in React and Vue is growing. The team behind the open-source hybrid mobile app development SDK Ionic released its second annual developer survey based on more than 10,000 … continue reading

Microsoft brings Chromium to Edge to reduce web development fragmentation

Microsoft has announced plans to adopt Chromium into Microsoft Edge on desktop. Chromium is an open-source web browser project created by Google. According to Microsoft, this move will provide better web compatibility for customers and less web fragmentation for web developers. In addition, Microsoft will start to contribute to the Chromium project. “Ultimately, we want … continue reading

Applitools Root Cause Analysis pinpoints CSS and DOM bugs in web applications

Application visual management company Applitools released Root Cause Analysis (RCA) today, a module for the company’s visual testing suite that allows for more accurate identification of bugs in web applications through automated tests and visual comparisons. The utility is capable of automating much of the time-consuming effort that goes into pinpointing which elements of a … continue reading

SD Times Blog: How to get your website through Black Friday

If you’ve ever attempted to cook a Thanksgiving turkey, you know it can be a daunting task. It takes hours to defrost it, prepare it, and then carefully cook it to perfection. Even after you cook it, there is pressure to present it and carve it the right way. It’s not so different than preparing … continue reading

Google launches new website for web developers

Google is giving web developers a place to learn, create and solve problems on the web with the launch of web.dev. The company announced the website at the Chrome Dev Summit in San Francisco earlier this week. Web.dev provides actionable guidance and analysis for developers to test their sites and apps or start learning how … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android Foldable support, Telerik’s Fiddler Everywhere, and Cloudflare’s 1.1.1.1

Last week, Samsung announced its first foldable phone and Google announced support for foldable screens. Google has outlined a set of recommendations for developers to follow to ensure that their apps run well on foldable screens. Developers should ensure that their apps support runtime configuration changes, multi-window mode, and multiple displays. More details are available … continue reading

Sencha launches free Ext JS Community Edition for individuals and small organizations

Sencha is trying to increase JavaScript access for hobbyist developers, startups, and students by releasing its Ext JS Community Edition. Ext JS Community Edition is a free edition of Sencha’s JavaScript tooling, components, and framework targeted at those groups. According to the company, Ext JS Community Edition includes a powerful UI component library that will … continue reading

Kony brings support for PWAs to low-code development

At first, the biggest thing standing in the way of Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) becoming mainstream was that there was not a lot of support from industry giants. Apple and Microsoft changed that this year by adding support for the web application type in their browsers. Now, one of the only thing standing in its … continue reading

NativeScript 5.0 released with NativeScript-Schematics and improved Vue.js support

The open-source framework for building native apps has reached version 5.0. NativeScript 5.0 marks a major milestone in the framework’s history as it has also hit 3.5 million downloads since it launched in 2015. The latest release features a number of new developer experience improvements as well as new native features. A major highlight of … continue reading

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