Stories by Paul Krill
With the latest Flutter update, Windows joins iOS and Android as Flutter targets for production-ready apps. MacOS and Linux desktop support are still in beta.
Visual Studio Code 1.64 brings a host of improvements to native and online versions of the code editor.
Bidirectional interoperability workgroup formed as the Swift compiler adds the ability to import and use some C++ APIs.
PipelineDP allows datasets containing personal information to be aggregated in a way that preserves the privacy of individuals.
Preview 1 of .NET Community Toolkit 8.0.0 adds .NET 6 support and brings a number of enhancements to the MVVM toolkit.
Newly arrived upgrade of the Oracle-developed polyglot runtime features improvements for Ruby, WebAssembly, Java and Python.
Planned Java-related improvements for VS Code range from smarter code completion and better debugging to deeper integration with Kubernetes and cloud services.
Open source distributed version control system based on a ‘theory of patches’ promises to be fast, scalable and easier to learn and use than Git.
Vulnerability would allow an attacker to trick a privileged program into deleting files and directories that the attacker otherwise could not access or delete.
Latest preview of the successor to Xamarin.Forms introduces support for Windows 11 UI styles and multi-window applications on MacOS, iPadOS, and Windows.
State of Cloud Native Development report finds the number of developers using Kubernetes increased 67 per cent during the past 12 months.
OpenJDK proposals would introduce value objects, primitive objects, and unify basic primitives with objects, so that all Java values will be objects.
Microsoft is offering enhancements of the IDE’s Git experience, including capabilities for comparing branches and checking out commits.
For the second year in a row, the Tiobe index identified Python as the programming language whose popularity increased the most.