Zoom, the cloud-based video conferencing platform, has released new software development kits that allow devs to leverage the platform's HD video, audio, and interactive features to build video-based apps with native user interfaces.
The 4th annual Call for Code Global Challenge, which invites software developers from around the world to create open-source solutions to combat climate change, got underway this week.
The Eclipse Foundation announced the release of the Eclipse Jetty 11 Java web server and servlet container, which is fully compatible with the Jakarta EE 9 Servlet specifications.
Oracle announced enhancements to its Autonomous Data Warehouse this week aimed at data analysts, data scientists, and line-of-business users.
The team supporting developers using the Java in Visual Studio Code editor has added a new Welcome Page to its support website that includes a new tour of important features.
Sonatype expands the latest version of its Nexus platform to offer "full-spectrum control of the cloud-native software development lifecycle."
GrammaTech today announced a technology partnership with GitLab to integrate the GrammaTech CodeSonar Static Application Security Testing solution with GitLab's Ultimate DevSecOps platform.
Application Security Testing solutions provider Veracode today announced the launch of a two-week collegiate competition designed to challenge student teams in the U.S. and the U.K. to test their secure coding skills.
The general availability release of Java 16, set for March 16, comes with a long list of new features.
Microsoft is upping its low-code development game with new capabilities across its Power Platform bundle.
JFrog Artifactory and Xray are now available with native deployment templates for customers using AWS GovCloud and Azure Government clouds.
Mabl, a Boston based provider of low-code testing tools, today announced the beta release of a desktop version of its test automation application for APIs and mobile web browsers.
Software security solutions provider Checkmarx today launched a new open-source static analysis tool designed to allow developers to write more secure infrastructure-as-code.
Microsoft continued to beef up its support for Java developers in both the cloud and its popular, open source, cross-platform code editor, Visual Studio Code (VS Code) with new updates to Azure Spring Cloud.
Databricks is partnering with Google Cloud to enable the deployment of its namesake data engineering solution with yet another leading cloud provider.
JDK 16 is now in the Second Release Candidate Phase (RC2) and on track for an early March release.
Netflix has open sourced its Domain Graph Service (DGS) framework for standalone and federated GraphQL services.
Microsoft releases a public preview of its Graph Java/Android SDK.
The up-and-coming programming language, Rust, gained a kind of official status this week with the formation of the Rust Foundation, an independent non-profit steward of the open-source language and ecosystem.
New Relic introduced a new tool in its evolving observability product portfolio, part of the company's "reimagined full-stack observability experience."