These capabilities could join previously previewed features such as structured concurrency, value object storage enhancements, and string templates.
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Next.js 13.5 features faster startups and refreshes and lower memory usage. Package imports were also optimized for large libraries.
Directive functionality is to be added to the framework itself, along with deferrable loading.
Deno 1.37 highlights integration with Jupyter Notebook for scripting and analysis and improved VS Code extension support, among other updates.
GraalOS builds on GraalVM Native Image and promises minimal cold start, transparent suspend and resume, and no-cost idle, Oracle said.
Oracle Cloud now offers bare-metal instances with Nvidia H100 GPUs for AI training and inference and high-performance computing applications. Nvidia L40S GPUs are on the way.
Generative AI fundamentally changes how apps will be built and run at Oracle, the company’s CTO and co-founder said.
Eclipse survey of enterprise Java developers shows Jakarta EE use on the rise, MicroProfile losing ground to Spring, and Kubernetes and microservices to be the top community priorities.
Atlassian will end support for Bitbucket Server and Bamboo Server in February 2024, and offers a cloud migration trial program to server product customers.
Now available in a beta, Rails 7.1 will generate all Dockerfiles needed for deployment, tuned for production use.
Einstein AI tools due in a fall pilot include the conversational assistant built into every Salesforce app and a studio for building AI-powered apps with custom prompts, skills, and AI models.
RustRover combines coding assistance and a built-in toolchain for testing, running, debugging, and analysing Rust code.
JFrog unveiled a number of new platform capabilities including static application security testing and anti-tampering and compliance checks for software releases.
JetBrains language for Android, JVM, and multiplatform development is once again the 20th most popular programming language, according to Tiobe.
Project Babylon would extend the reach of Java to foreign programming models such as machine learning models, GPUs, SQL, and differential programming.
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