April 2021

A Complete Guide to iPhone Apps Development Costs

If you have decided to develop an iPhone app, then the most cliché question that comes up in your mind is “how much the iPhone apps development costs.” Right? To answer this most common question of people, we, at Space-O Technologies, have analyzed different industries to share the iPhone application development cost with you. With […]

4 Benefits of Updating Apps After Uploading On Google or Apple Stores

Ever since smartphones have been introduced, the world’s two most popular mobile OS (Android and iOS) now have a catalog of millions of apps launched for every task you can imagine. However, as you know that building a mobile app is not a one-time process. Because of ever-changing technology and audience needs, updating apps regularly […]

Google unveils logic programming language: Logica

Google introduced the open-source Logica programming language this week. It is designed to compile to SQL and run on Google BigQuery with experimental support for PostgreSQL and SQLite.  According to the company, the language was created to make it easier for developers who have to deal with the challenges of SQL. The challenges with coding using SQL often include constructing statements from long chains of English words and limited support… Read More »Google unveils logic programming language: Logica

SD Times news digest: Visual Studio 2019 v16.10 Preview 2, Software AG webMethods update, and FreeBSD 13 released

The latest release of Visual Studio 2019 v16.10 Preview 2 adds C++20 ranges, IntelliSense completions, new features for testing, Docker tooling enhancements and Git integration.  The new features for C++20 include customized warning levels for external headers and safer remote connections with the addition of  a prompt to accept or deny the host key fingerprint presented by the server.  Users can now run any combination of services defined in your… Read More »SD Times news digest: Visual Studio 2019 v16.10 Preview 2, Software AG webMethods update, and FreeBSD 13 released

Policy as code shifts compliance left

Automating policy enforcement is a key component of ensuring development teams are releasing secure applications in today’s fast-paced, cloud-native world. Many DevSecOps teams are achieving this by utilizing policy as code.  According to Tim Hinrichs, co-founder of Styra, policy as code provides a specific file format for policy that is readable by machines, which allows developers and security teams to automate more of the compliance process. Traditionally, developers would write… Read More »Policy as code shifts compliance left

New Linux research division launches to explore open source ecosystems

The Linux Foundation has launched a new research division to look at the impact of open source. Linux Foundation Research aims to broaden the understanding of open source projects, ecosystems, and impact by looking at open source collaboration. “As we continue in our mission to collectively build the world’s most critical open infrastructure, we can provide a first-of-its-kind research program that leverages the Linux Foundation’s experience, brings our communities together,… Read More »New Linux research division launches to explore open source ecosystems

Empower remote testing teams through real mobile device access

The use of mobile devices to access applications has jumped to an all-time high, making up 56% of all website traffic this year, yet most companies with remote testing teams are struggling with proper device access and the ability to replicate customer bugs, according to mobile testing company Kobiton.  Web conversion rates on mobile wind up around twice as slow as those on laptops and other devices, Alex Drag, the… Read More »Empower remote testing teams through real mobile device access

Modern Apps Live – Learn Serverless, Containers and more During May

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by Marcia Villalba | on 14 APR 2021 | in Announcements, Containers, DevOps, Front-End Web & Mobile, Serverless | Permalink | |  Share Modern Apps Live is a series of events about modern application development that will be live-streaming on Twitch in May. Session topics include serverless, containers, and mobile and front-end development. If you’re not familiar, modern applications are those that: Can scale quickly to millions of users. Have global availability. Manage… Read More »Modern Apps Live – Learn Serverless, Containers and more During May

AQUA (Advanced Query Accelerator) – A Speed Boost for Your Amazon Redshift Queries

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Amazon Redshift already provides up to 3x better price-performance at any scale than any other cloud data warehouse. We do this by designing our own hardware and by using Machine Learning (ML). For example, we launched the SSD-based RA3 nodes for Amazon Redshift at the end of 2019 (Amazon Redshift Update – Next-Generation Compute Instances and Managed, Analytics-Optimized Storage) and added additional node sizes last April (Amazon Redshift update –… Read More »AQUA (Advanced Query Accelerator) – A Speed Boost for Your Amazon Redshift Queries

Eclipse Adoptium building Temurin to support releases of OpenJDK builds

The Eclipse Foundation this week announced that when AdoptOpenJDK transitions to the foundation under its new name: Eclipse Adoptium, it will focus on building a new infrastructure called Eclipse Temurin for building and releasing JDK releases.  AdoptOpenJDK is a project that allows Java developers to download OpenJDK binaries. “Our goal is to meet the needs of both the Eclipse community and broader runtime users by providing a comprehensive set of… Read More »Eclipse Adoptium building Temurin to support releases of OpenJDK builds