Topic: webassembly

SD Times news digest: WSO2 Fall 2018 release, IEEE 802.11 study and topic interest groups, and Mozilla’s JavaScript and WebAssembly improvements

WSO2 has announced the Fall 2018 release of its WSO2 Integration Agile Platform. The new release will introduce unified monitoring and analysis of integration flows, adaptive authentication, and WSO2 Integration Agile Consulting services and resources. “In today’s digitally driven economy, no organization is an island. Instead, a rapidly expanding stream of processes and information is … continue reading

How software developers will write the future of energy through blockchain

It was 75 years ago this month that construction began on ENIAC, the world’s first digital, programmable, Turing-complete computer. Funded by the U.S. Army and housed at the University of Pennsylvania, its advent unlocked a new technological era for the world. We may now be on the precipice of yet another transformative moment, this time … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Technology preview of QT to be released with Qt 5.11.0, Microsoft launches first major version of sonarwhal, erwin DM NoSQL is now available

Qt has announced plans to a release a technology preview of Qt for the WebAssembly port along with the Qt 5.11.0 release. This will allow users to run Qt applications directly inside the browser window. According to the company, Qt 5.11.0 will be the first beta release. In Qt Quick, developers will be provided more … continue reading

Mozilla’s WebAssembly Studio enters beta

Mozilla is making good on its promise to improve WebAssembly for developers with the beta release of its WebAssembly Studio. WebAssembly Studio is an online IDE for learning and teaching WebAssembly that Mozilla began working on last December. Since then, the company has been working to make WebAssembly more accessible to the programming community. Last … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Perfecto’s new continuous testing capabilities, GitHub’s Bug Bounty program and improving WebAssembly

Perfecto has announced new capabilities for mobile app developers to improve their continuous testing strategy. The new capabilities include enhancements to the company’s Continuous Quality Lab and DigitalZoom reporting solution.  The Continuous Quality Lab allows DevOps teams to evaluate the app quality along with parallel execution on virtually any device being used by their customers, … continue reading

WebAssembly Working Group publishes three First Public Working Drafts

In order to build high-performance apps on the web, developers can look to WebAssembly, which is code that can run in the browser and offers languages a compilation target so they can run apps on the web. It offers fast, safe, and portable semantics, as well as efficient and portable representation. Today, the World Wide … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Realm .NET, WebAssembly support, and Dataiku 4.1

Realm has announced Realm .NET, which adds Realm’s mobile data platform to the .NET ecosystem. This will allow developers to create apps on the Microsoft stack. Realm .NET has support for .NET and C# in Realm’s server side framework, and support for the Universal Windows Platform in its synchronization and data encryption technology. It also … continue reading

Adobe announces plans to kill off Flash

Adobe is finally putting an end to the Flash name. The company has announced plans to stop updating and distributing the Flash Player by the end of 2020. For years now, companies have been moving away from Adobe Flash and in favor of more modern technologies. Over the last couple of years, the emergence of … continue reading

JIRA Cloud for iPad, Chromium’s WebAssembly plans, GitHub’s temporary interaction limits, and Qt 5.9 — SD Times news digest: May 31, 2017

Atlassian launched JIRA Cloud for iPhone a year ago, and today, it announced that the wait is over for JIRA Cloud for iPad. JIRA Cloud for iPad is available now, and it comes with mobile functionality, more spacious and contextual boards, a redesigned and split screen backlog view, and the ability to filter by team … continue reading

Google’s Project Tango comes to market, Microsoft Flow makes it easy to automate tasks, and Red Hat releases Ansible 2.2—SD Times news digest: Nov. 1, 2016

Google’s mobile virtual reality solution is finally becoming a reality with the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro. Google announced in June that Lenovo would provide the first Tango-enabled phone, and the device has finally begun to ship. It will come with more than 35 Tango apps with augmented reality capabilities. According to Google, with the Tango-enabled … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: 4, the emoji programming language

Emojis are taking over. They’re already edging out text as the alpha dog of SMS messaging, and now members of the 4chan image board are aiming to supplant code with the tiny emoticons as well. According to FourMan, the mysterious developer behind 4, the programming language aims to be easy to use and made up … continue reading

Tech companies to create a new binary syntax: WebAssembly

Technology companies and engineers have teamed up to push JavaScript aside and make room for a new binary syntax. Google, Microsoft, Mozilla and WebKit engineers have announced they are working on WebAssembly, a new binary format for low-level safe code. “It’s by now a cliché that JavaScript has become the assembly language of the Web,” … continue reading

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