Even for development teams with an agile practice, testing, especially testing of a constantly evolving user interface can be a bottleneck if test scripts have to be manually rewritten to account for even trivial changes like the placement of the log-in button.
Oracle wrapped up its annual OpenWorld and Code One events in San Francisco on Friday, ending a week filled with of Java- and Cloud-focused announcements from Big O and the 350+ vendors exhibiting at this literally traffic-stopping user conference.
With the release of the latest version of its InfluxDB product, InfluxData is promising ease-of-use for developers, as well as elastic scalability and advanced analytics capabilities for processing data streaming from IoT and other sources.
Oracle this week announced the general availability of the Java Standard Edition 13 Platform (Java SE 13) and its open source reference implementation, the Java Development Kit 13 (JDK 13), at its annual Oracle OpenWorld conference in San Francisco.
IBM has announced that in the next month its cloud-based quantum computing online offering will include a new 53-qubit quantum computer.
Programming language popularity lists always include basically the same cast of the usual suspects like Python, Java and so on, but the latest IEEE Spectrum ranking sees newcomer Dart debuting at No. 16.
As part of a data security initiative, Google has published guidance for developers to get their apps ready for OAuth verification by the company.
Integrating DataOps, artificial intelligence and machine learning, Hitachi Vantara is touting Big Data technology in announcing its Lumada Manufacturing Insights, a suite of Industrial Internet-of-Things products.
Spring Boot is a rapid application development framework designed to simplify the development of stand-alone, production-grade, Spring-framework-based apps that run with little Spring configuration.
Google's open source, cross-platform Flutter UI toolkit, which started with a mobile focus, boosted its Web development tooling and has embraced Swift for native iOS projects and Kotlin for Android.
The Eclipse Foundation today announced the released the Eclipse Jakarta EE 8 specification during a live-streamed online event. This is the first enterprise Java spec released by the foundation since it took over the stewardship of the platform two years ago.
The Temboo no-code Kosmos Internet of Things (IoT) platform will integrate with Espressif's ESP32 series of chips, modules and development boards with WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, under a partnership the two companies announced this week.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced the general availability of the Vision AI Developer Kit, including a camera, which uses Qualcomm's Vision Intelligence 300 Platform, and the software needed to develop intelligent edge solutions using Azure IoT Edge and Azure Machine Learning.
Spending on artificial intelligence hardware and software is predicted to expand two-and-a-half times from current expenditure of $37.5 billion to $97.9 billion, according to a new report by IDC.
Google, announcing that Android 10 is shipping and its source being given to the Android Open Source Project, has published advice for developers to get their apps ready for the latest version of the mobile OS.
Kumulos, known for its mobile app management platform, has added in-app messaging to its marketing automation solution, joining the existing push notifications functionality as another means of communication.
Apple's iOS 13 is coming soon with all kinds of new features and functionality, but the company today reminded mobile developers to get ready for one thing in particular: Dark Mode.
The GraalVM 19.2 feature release, announced last week, comes with a number of significant enhancements, including improved profile-guided optimizations, an LLVM toolchain, and preview of new Java Flight Recorder support.
The Kotlin community released the 1.3.5 update of the language earlier this month, and along with it, plans for the upcoming 1.4 release and an explanation of a potential impact on Java developers.
Enterprise mobility specialist Appdome is out with a new service that secures devices in bring-your-own-device (BYOD) shops without the need to install a management profile.