Mobile Blazor Bindings allow developers to build native Android and iOS using C#, .NET, and web programming patterns
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Mozilla Developer Network survey indicates broad satisfaction with web technologies, with browser support being the main frustration
Ruby upgrade also includes enhancements to the REPL and an experimental just-in-time compiler
Proposed capabilities for C# 9 include simplified parameter null validation, record types, and switch expressions
Now in private beta, Atlassian Forge combines a serverless FaaS platform, a declarative UI language, and a devops toolchain
Soon to be open source, Project Verona takes a different approach to object ownership and concurrency to ensure safe memory management
Proposed extension to enable functions to return multiple values would reduce code size and improve compiler efficiency, among other benefits.
These cloud-based tools can help development teams map out software projects and keep stakeholders in the loop.
CodeQL is a semantic code analyzer and query tool that can be used to find security vulnerabilities in codebases
Native GitHub mobile client arrives in beta for iOS, with an Android beta to follow ‘soon’
Quarkus is a fast, lightweight, Kubernetes-native Java stack for building serverless and microservices applications
Cloud-based development environments can be accessed via web browser, Visual Studio Code, or Visual Studio 2019
Google Cloud service combines the TensorFlow machine learning platform with enterprise support and managed services
Microsoft and Pivotal have partnered to bring managed infrastructure for Spring Boot Java apps to Microsoft’s Azure cloud.
Microsoft’s Quantum Development Kit includes the Q# quantum programming language, samples, and tutorials