Update to the popular scripting language for web development also offers enhancements for concurrency and performance.
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Compose Multiplatform 1.0 allows developers to build user interfaces for the desktop, Android, and web from a single codebase.
Amazon SageMaker Canvas provides a visual interface for preparing data and training models, no programming or machine learning expertise required.
Celonis EMS applies real-time process intelligence to system data to increase the efficiency of business processes.
Fleet will coexist with JetBrains’ IntelliJ line and serve as a lightweight code editor with a different take on IDE organisation.
OpenJDK draft proposal would make concurrent programming far easier, while making more efficient use of hardware resources.
Supporting display DPI awareness and sharing display configuration info between the Windows Form runtime and designer have been challenging.
Memory manager for Kotlin/Native lifts restrictions on object sharing between threads and offers leak-free, concurrent programming primitives.
Android and iOS code sharing technology, namespace prototype, code coverage plug-in, and documentation generation tool also in the works.
October 2021 release of the popular open source code editor features a raft of usability improvements, while work continues on process sandboxing.
Newfound commitment to the Java platform includes releases of Microsoft Build for OpenJDK in May and Language Support for Java on Visual Studio Code in October.
64-bit upgrade to Microsoft’s flagship IDE ushers in new features to support faster, easier coding and larger, more complex projects.
New controls in the popular code-sharing site are designed to deal with ‘drive-by‘ pull request approvals and ‘spammy’ change requests.
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