Angular 10, a planned upgrade to the popular web development framework, is now in progress, with two initial beta releases of the TypeScript-based platform arriving on April 8, followed by a third beta April 15.
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New GitHub Free plan gives teams and individual developers an unlimited number of public or private repositories.
New version of the Java-based rich client application platform puts mobile APIs on a par with the desktop.
GitHub plans to move NPM private registries to GitHub Packages while leaving the public NPM registry in place
Major PowerShell update supports parallel execution, adds new operators, and enhances module import and error capabilities
Open source toolkit blueprints on-prem or cloud apps and reacts to health metrics to repair or scale them
Planned improvements include better integration with Git and online environments, enhancements to C++, .NET, Blazor, XAML, and Xamarin
Microsoft has declared the end of support for .NET Core 3.0 and advised users to move to .NET Core 3.1
Free open source app for Windows and macOS accelerates Git commands for large repositories.
Command-line interface to the code hosting platform can be used for issues and pull requests.
Oracle’s nearly decade-old lawsuit against Google over Google’s use of Java is now before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Swift 6 roadmap also emphasizes expressive and elegant APIs and ‘fantastic’ development experience
Founded by Jenkins creator Kohsuke Kawaguchi, startup promises to make software testing smarter and faster
Mobile Blazor Bindings allow developers to build native Android and iOS using C#, .NET, and web programming patterns
Mozilla Developer Network survey indicates broad satisfaction with web technologies, with browser support being the main frustration
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