Topic: windows

SD Times news digest: Support for Flutter on Windows now available; Python in VS Code February 2022 release; Apache weekly update

The team at Google recently announced the first production release of Flutter support for Windows as an app target. This comes as an expansion to Flutter, the cross-platform UI development kit, enabling Windows developers to experience the same productivity benefits as mobile developers.  With this, Flutter has been tailored specifically for Windows applications, combining a … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Windows Terminal Preview 1.13 available; Google Workspace Essentials now available as a no-cost solution; Skuid acquires InFlight

Microsoft recently announced that the first preview release of Windows Terminal of 2022 is here. Interested users can install Windows Terminal and Windows Terminal Preview from the Microsoft Store or from the GitHub repository. With this release, the minimum supported version of Windows 10 for Windows Terminal 1.13+ is now 19041 (20H1). The new features … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Windows App SDK

Last year at Microsoft Build, Microsoft announced its vision for Project Reunion, a set of libraries for building apps that work across different Windows 10 versions and devices.  That project has since been rebranded as Windows App SDK, but the core vision remains the same.  Developers can use Windows App SDK to create apps that … continue reading

SD Times news digest: AWS Panorama generally available; Windows Terminal Preview 1.12; IBM commits to upskilling 30 million people for technical roles by 2030

Amazon recently announced that AWS Panorama Appliance is now generally available. The AWS Panorama Appliance is a computer vision appliance designed to be deployed on the user’s specific network in order to analyze images provided by an on-premises camera. AWS Panorama works as a machine learning appliance and software development kit (SDK) that enables developers … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Parasoft releases SOAtest 2021.2, Windows Package Manager 1.1, Python 3.10 now available

Parasoft announced the 2021.2 release of Parasoft SOAtest, Virtualize, CTP, and DTP. API testing components of the Parasoft Continuous Quality Platform will be available on October 12, 2021 and will work to empower teams to overcome software quality challenges and achieve continuous delivery at speed. This release shifts security testing into developer workflows, spanning the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Julia Computing Series A, Windows Terminal preview 1.10 released, Kdan Mobile raises $16 million in Series B funding

Julia Computing raised $24 million in a Series A fundraising round and stated it will use the funding to further develop and advance its secure, high-performance JuliaHub cloud platform. JuliaHub makes it easy to develop, deploy and scale Julia programs and is a platform for other applications such as JuliaSim for multi-physics simulation, JuliaSPICE for … continue reading

Redesigned start menu in Windows 11

Windows 11 makes PC experience more personal

After weeks of dealing with leaks of its upcoming operating system, Microsoft officially announced Windows 11 at an online event this morning.  With Windows 11, Microsoft set out to create a more personal user experience, with new ways to be productive and connect with people. The upgrade will start being available for eligible Windows 10 … continue reading

SD Times news digest: OctoML to accelerate ML deployment, Windows Community Toolkit 7.0, and SQLAlchemy 1.4 released

OctoML announced that it raised $28 million in a Series B funding round that it will use towards accelerating ML deployment.  OctoML said it will use the funding to double its team and launch Octomizer, its self-serve SaaS product. The company is also building a Machine Learning Acceleration Platform that automatically maximizes model performance while … continue reading

example code for a calculator being built using Swift for Windows

Swift now available for Windows

Swift, the programming language used for macOS, iOS, and other Apple operating systems, is now available on Windows via downloadable toolchain images. According to the team, there has been a significant push to port Swift to Windows over the past year. Now that effort has reached a point where early adopters will be able to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Windows app development updates, GitLab 13.4, and the Auth0 Marketplace

Microsoft has announced new ways for Windows developers to build applications. The company announced it is working on a unified app platform that will enable developers to leverage new and existing code.  With Project Reunion, the company is working to unify access to Win32 and UWP APIs. “We will provide a common platform for new … continue reading

SD Times news digest: .NET Core Debugging with WSL 2 Preview released, Ahana Cloud for Presto, and Windows 10 Build 19042.508

The .NET Core Debugging extension gives users the ability to run and debug their .NET Core apps in WSL 2 – Preview without leaving Visual Studio.  “For a Windows .NET user targeting Linux, WSL 2 lives in a sweet spot between production realism and productivity,” Microsoft wrote in a blog post. Users can have a … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft announces a new dev landing page and issues repo, MuseDev’s free code analysis platform, and Applitools’ Ultrafast Cross Browser Hackathon

Microsoft is giving developers new ways to work with Windows. The company announced a new docs landing page and a new GitHub issues repo.  The new landing page aims to help developers set up their development environments and optimize workflow on Windows. It will provide guidance and resources for working with Windows and using open-source … continue reading

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