Upgrade plan for the popular framework features trusted native types, stricter typing for reactive forms, debugging and performance profiling tools, and more
Stories by Paul Krill
Microsoft has nearly completed feature work for F# 5, a planned upgrade to the open source functional language for .NET.
A production version of the framework for building Android UIs, called Jetpack Compose, is due next year
New release also features a project wizard for easy creation of projects of different types
IDE accommodations, Node.js API bindings among highlights in lead-up to production release
JDK 16 sources are due to arrive on the popular code-sharing site before the September 15 GA of JDK 15
Update to the mobile-first website framework promises lighter file sizes and faster page loading
New version of Google-built language focuses on compiler, runtime, and linker improvements
Redesigned development environment allows developers can build for both Apple silicon and Intel systems
Generics have been requested by Go programmers for years for the simplicity and flexibility they offer
GitLab has released version 13.0 of its devops platform, which integrates tools for software development, deployment, and project management.
2020 developer survey finds Rust ‘most loved,’ Python ‘most wanted,’ and Perl, Scala, and Go the ‘top paying’ languages
The .NET MAUI framework will allow developers to build Windows, MacOS, iOS, and Android apps from a single codebase
The next version of Microsoft’s Java rival will offer new capabilities ranging from records to value-based equality
Go Wireless NZ Ltd, a value-added distributor of wireless networking and IoT (Internet of Things) solutions in New Zealand and the South Pacific since 2006; today announced a new vendor partnership with US-based Soundvision Technologies, a future-focused manufacturer of cutting-edge smart speakers and multi-zone amplifiers and parent company of TruAudio and VSSL.