In the .NET development world, .NET Core 3.0 and Blazor are two of the most popular focus points right now, so third-party development tooling vendors are scrambling to support their latest editions.
"Broken object level authorization" is the number one API vulnerability that attackers can exploit to gain access to an organization's data, according to a report from the independent Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP).
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.
LambdaTest has added mobile functionality to its cloud-based cross-browser testing platform, which provides real-world access to more than 2,000 browser/OS combinations.
The Amazon cloud is continuing its mission "to put machine learning in the hands of every developer" with new functionality for AWS Amplify, a back-end development framework for mobile and Web apps.
Low-code development tools specialist Alpha Software has updated its offerings for creating enterprise-grade Web and mobile apps.
The goal of URQL is to be easy to use yet powerful, and the developers have chosen to rearchitect the 1.0 version around a new approach of "Exchanges" to do just that.
Angular 8.0 was released this week, described as a major release of Google's open source development platform that can be used in Web, mobile Web, native mobile and native desktop applications.
Amid soaring demand for enterprise apps and scarce dev talent, delivery times often average more than 4 months, says a new survey from low-code tooling vendor OutSystems.
Google announced several updates to its Firebase mobile development platform, which provides back-end functionality such as Crashlytics crash reporting, app analytics, machine learning capabilities, performance monitoring and more.
Google has followed through on plans to broaden the scope of its Flutter UI framework for mobile apps, announcing a technical preview of Flutter for the Web.