Latest version of the mobile OS allows app icons to tap into theme preferences and introduces more granular security and privacy features.
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July 2022 release of Microsoft’s code editor also introduces command-line options for opening the three-way merge editor in VS Code.
Update to the popular JetBrains programming language for JVM, web, and native development also introduces a new operator for expressing open-ended ranges.
Nearly a year after Python first topped Tiobe’s index of programming language popularity, the language continues to score high with developers.
Collection of .NET libraries originally developed for the Windows Community Toolkit can now be used regardless of UI framework.
Latest version of the popular Python web framework also provides an asynchronous interface for all data access operations.
Go 1.19 refines the generics support introduced in Go 1.18 and improves the performance of generic code up to 20 per cent.
Microsoft has made Azure Fluid Relay, a managed cloud service for building enterprise-caliber collaborative applications using the Fluid Framework, available for web developers.
C++ developers can get an assist in building asynchronous microservices, with a new open source framework intended to solve the problem of efficient I/O interactions.
Microsoft announced that it will stop providing service updates, security fixes, and technical support for .NET Core 3.1 on December 13, 2022.
Experimental successor to C++ strives for C++ performance and compatibility while avoiding its technical debt and ‘extreme difficulty’ to improve.
The latest release of the Node.js rival features improved transpiler performance, smarter type checking, and debugging and fallback error handling support.
The end is near for Java 7, a nearly 11-year-old release of standard Java. Oracle is set to discontinue extended support at the end of July 2022.
RHEL clone provider hopes cloud-native build system will help it release new versions of Rocky within one week of new RHEL releases.
A GitHub study finds that developers who accept more Copilot suggestions at least feel more productive, while actual programmer productivity is hard to measure.
Successfully selling solutions to CIOs requires understanding the language of innovation, says Dell Technologies' Chris Kelly.