Top benefits of using open source are higher quality and innovation, while barriers include support and compatibility, according to a Red Hat findings.
Stories by By Paul Krill
Most Go programmers use Go at work, use Go for web programming, and work in the technology industry, Go Developer Survey 2020 results show.
Project Reunion 0.5 Preview provides a unified set of APIs and tools for building desktop apps that target a broad set of Windows 10 OS versions.
Google’s open source fuzz testing project draws on Code Intelligence’s Jazzer to add support for Java and other JVM languages.
Flutter 2 native UI toolkit debuts production-quality support for the web, while Dart 2.12 adds sound null safety.
Microsoft has made Visual Studio 2019 16.9 generally available and unveiled a preview of Visual Studio 2019 16.10.
Microsoft advises users to migrate to a supported successor such as .NET Core 3.1 or .NET 5, or face potential security issues.
With Microsoft’s release of Visual Studio Code 1.54, the open source code editor now runs natively on Apple Silicon computers.
The no-code, low-code language already leveraged in Power Apps will be extended across the entire Power Platform.
The Mesh platform supports holographic experiences and mixed reality apps for users of HoloLens and VR headsets, plus devices and PCs.
Angular 11.1.0 point release introduces standardized error codes, with error descriptions and debugging guides provided online.
The most-wanted features by Python developers are static typing and strict type hinting, closely followed by performance improvements.
Declarative UI toolkit is intended to ease the development of native applications across Android platforms.
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