APIs for app launching, file handling, page pre-rendering and graphical transitions will become available as Chrome origin trial experiments.
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Vertex AI brings together all of the Google Cloud services for building machine learning under one unified UI and API.
Third edition of the Rust programming language tees up a number of small changes expected to significantly improve the developer experience.
April 2021 release of Microsoft’s open source code editor also improves Docker support for remote development scenarios.
Jetpack Compose for Web brings Google’s toolkit for building reactive user interfaces with Kotlin to the web browser.
By making the Cinder project publicly available, Instagram wants to open conversation about upstreaming its performance optimisations.
Low-code development platform adds custom pages, organisation-wide app sharing, and an app designer for building model-driven apps.
Azure Web PubSub allows developers to use WebSockets and a publish-subscribe pattern to build real-time web applications.
Forthcoming RHEL 8.4 upgrade adds container deployment and management capabilities geared for edge use cases.
Object-relational mapper for Node.js and TypeScript aims to ease data modelling, schema migrations, and query creation for application developers.
Projects running Python and its scientific stack in web browsers via WebAssembly will be maintained by volunteer contributors.
According to Microsoft, the next major upgrade to its flagship IDE will be faster, more streamlined, more intelligent and 64-bit.
Open source logic programming language compiles to SQL and runs on Google BigQuery, with experimental support for PostgreSQL and SQLite.