The latest version of Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code editor, Version 1.57, is now available, with code execution security a key capability.
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Oracle has introduced an enterprise service to help manage Java runtimes and applications, either on-premises or on any cloud.
From blazing-fast web apps to Python data science in the browser, these programming language projects offer 10 different twists on the promise of WebAssembly.
Microsoft is offering a Visual Studio Code extension to help developers use the Project Tye .NET tool for building microservices and distributed apps.
This is an open source library of Python algorithms for quantifying, estimating, and communicating the uncertainty of machine learning models.
Native Go fuzz testing tool is now ready for beta testing but won’t be included in upcoming release of the language.
Feature requests will be reviewed for alignment with existing projects on the Angular roadmap, then prioritised or put through a 60-day voting process.
New addition to the JFrog devops platform promises to speed up software deployments, updates, and concurrent downloads across hybrid infrastructure.
‘Super-fast’ non-optimising Sparkplug compiler, which compiles bytecode to machine code, makes its debut in V8 9.1 and Chrome 91.
Microsoft said its compiler and standard library are feature-complete for C++ 20 in Visual Studio 2019 16.10.
After an April preview, Microsoft Build for OpenJDK is now generally available for production deployment.
Jakarta Enterprise Edition 9.1 allows developers to use Java SE 11 features in Jakarta EE applications and migrate Jakarta EE apps to Java SE 11.
Angular DevTools is a new Chrome extension that provides debugging and profiling capabilities for Angular applications.
APIs for app launching, file handling, page pre-rendering and graphical transitions will become available as Chrome origin trial experiments.
Vertex AI brings together all of the Google Cloud services for building machine learning under one unified UI and API.
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