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Ten-industries-using-Python-programming

Ten industries using Python programming


Tuesday, April 16, 2019 by

ActiveState released a new report examining the top 10 use cases of the open source language Python. They (ActiveState) has been building Python since 1999 and has seen customers’ use of Python grow from a scripting solution for sysadmins to web development for programmers to the driving force behind machine learning. Use cases have grown, along with usage and ...


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TIBCO's cloud platform gets improvements


Wednesday, April 10, 2019 by

TIBCO Software Inc. has new and enhanced capabilities for the TIBCO Connected Intelligence Cloud platform at the TIBCO NOW Global Tour 2019 event in Singapore. Empowered with these systems, businesses are able to connect disparate data, govern their information effectively, and augment the resulting intelligence. Critical collaboration between various per...


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App developer and software jobs might be declining says new report


Thursday, January 17, 2019 by

If your title is app developer, or work if you work in the software development field and are starting to feel like the Jedi are dying off - you might be on to something. According to a new report put out by Freelancer.com, the software developer job title, and a few others including app developer, and app designer, have seen a dramatic decrease in popularity since l...


Creating-native-mobile-apps-without-writing-native-code

Creating native mobile apps without writing native code


Wednesday, January 16, 2019 by

Native programming can strike fear into the heart of anyone that doesn't know how to write it. While we as programmers understand our limits and capabilities, we still like to brag about the complicated function or route we just wrote. But just drop the words "Objective C, or Android Java" into the next conversation you have with fellow programmers and see...


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Project OWL wins IBM's 2018 Call for Code Global Challenge


Wednesday, November 28, 2018 by

Project OWL (Organization, Whereabouts, and Logistics), an IoT and software solution that keeps first responders and victims connected in a natural disaster, has won the 2018 Call for Code Global Challenge. Call for Code is a five-year global initiative that is the largest and most ambitious effort bringing together start-up, academic and enterprise developers to solve ...


Kony-now-supports-making-progressive-web-apps

Kony now supports making progressive web apps


Wednesday, November 14, 2018 by

Kony, Inc. announced new enhancements of its Kony AppPlatform to support Progressive Web Apps (PWAs). Kony is the first vendor to support enterprise-grade, low-code PWA development for mission-critical apps. Developers can use Kony’s visual low-code platform to develop PWAs, while leveraging backend services and third-party integrations for building enterprise app...


Angular-7-highlights,-improvements,-and-gotchas

Angular 7 highlights, improvements, and gotchas


Tuesday, November 6, 2018 by

Google recently announced its new Angular 7, which has been noted as a major release spanning the entire platform, including the core framework, Angular Material, and the CLI with synchronized major versions. These benefits along with more, such as CDK virtual scrolling capabilities and drag & drop feature, have developers excited to dive in. Carl Bergenhem, a Produ...


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NASCAR Hall of Fame getting updates thanks to Crossfield Digital


Tuesday, June 26, 2018 by

Crossfield Digital is enhancing visitor experiences at the NASCAR Hall of Fame and Formula 1 Grand Prix races with new technology recently introduced at each venue. Both use a mix of portable devices and proprietary software to create a more immersive and interactive fan experience.   At the NASCAR Hall of Fame, visitors utilize the LEGEND portable device provide...


Adding-HTTP/2-to-Node.js-progress-report

Adding HTTP/2 to Node.js progress report


Tuesday, May 1, 2018 by

The first documented version of HTTP was released in 1991, known as HTTP 0.9. This later led to the official introduction and recognition of HTTP 1.0 in 1996, but improvements and updates came swiftly in 1997 which stamped out HTTP 1.1. There hasn’t been a major update to the web protocol for over 15 years. As the web increases in complexity and usage, websites hav...


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Magento Progressive Web Applications (PWA) Studio marches in


Wednesday, April 25, 2018 by

Magento Commerce has announced Magento Progressive Web Applications (PWA) Studio, a suite of tools for building online stores with app-like experiences. PWA Studio will allow Magento Commerce solution partners and UX developers to deliver fast and simple front-end experiences on mobile devices.Mobile commerce continues to grow and will contribute to half of overall reta...


Mobile-website-or-mobile-app,-the-changing-tides

Mobile website or mobile app, the changing tides


Tuesday, April 17, 2018 by

Programming with native mobile languages has been the keystone way of producing a rock-solid mobile app since the beginning of the mobile app stores, and there’s good reason. After-all, programming as close to the hardware layer as possible is usually your safest bet, and using the language the manufacture fully supports will get that job done with less headaches.But in...


The-future-of-Progressive-Web-Apps

The future of Progressive Web Apps


Wednesday, March 21, 2018 by

Back in 2012, Max Lynch, CEO and co-founder of Ionic, developed his company’s open source framework for cross-platform apps with the foresight that the web would be the future of how apps were built. Six years later, Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) are gaining traction as brands like Starbucks, Twitter and Pinterest have reported significant uptick in engagement upon replac...


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New serverless CMS solution wants to take on Wordpress


Thursday, February 22, 2018 by

Scrivito has announced general availability of their serverless CMS solution, built with ReactJS. Built for digital agencies and medium- to large-sized businesses, the Scrivito looks to help web editors and developers to build, edit and manage all of their different projects.The Web CMS status quo is comprised of aging, unsecure, difficult-to-use and maintenance-heavy o...


The-small-business-market-should-be-the-developers-next-focus

The small business market should be the developers next focus


Tuesday, September 26, 2017 by

Small businesses are more often than not behind the curve when it comes to technology, but how will that change in the future as? That's the question that many enterprise are searching for the answer to.Alex Barnett recently returned to Intuit to head up their Developer Group and he could not be more inspired by the role developers are playing in small business success....


The-HTML5-killer-you-may-not-know-about

The HTML5 killer you may not know about


Thursday, September 14, 2017 by

For years HTML has been the universal language for website construction, and it has been impressively resilient in the face of competing languages thus far. It’s been known to have the best combination of speed, security, responsiveness and compatibility of all programming languages on the market. However, the world is expanding beyond the internet browser to mobile and...


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Web professionals reporting client growth says GoDaddy


Wednesday, August 16, 2017 by

A survey of web developers and designers finds that the web professional industry continues to boom two decades after the emergence of the Internet. Rapid growth in clients is fueled by the retail and travel industries, according to a new global research study commissioned by GoDaddy.The industry study, conducted in the United States, Germany, United Kingdom, India, Bra...


The-hottest-skills-needed-in-the-freelance-job-market-to-get-hired

The hottest skills needed in the freelance job market to get hired


Thursday, May 4, 2017 by

Upwork has released its newest quarterly index of the hottest skills in the U.S. freelance job market. The Upwork Skills Index ranks the site’s 20 fastest-growing skills and is part of a quarterly series that sheds light on new and emerging skills freelancers are providing. According to a recent report, nearly half (49%) of hiring managers use freelancers to access skil...


W3Cx-celebrates-enrollment-of-over-400k-students-in-their-MOOCs

W3Cx celebrates enrollment of over 400k students in their MOOCs


Wednesday, April 26, 2017 by

Just two years after launching its first HTML5 course on W3Cx, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has announced that it has exceeded its enrollment goals with nearly 400,000 students from every country participating in its HTML5 and CSS MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses). W3Cx is the result of a successful partnership with edX, a nonprofit online learning platform, fo...


Tricentis-raises-$165-million-to-speed-up-testing-in-DevOps

Tricentis raises $165 million to speed up testing in DevOps


Monday, January 30, 2017 by

When it comes to web development, mobile app programming, or even establishing your enterprise software onto the market, there is one thing that all technology developers have in common. We all HATE having to test buggy software. I'm sure that every developer has went through the same traumatic experience at one point or another. That moment of getting so close to an ea...


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Infragistics Ships Ultimate 16.2


Tuesday, November 1, 2016 by

Infragistics has announced the launch of Infragistics Ultimate 16.2, its enterprise-ready web, mobile and desktop user interface development suite. The release features a broad range of updates to Infragistics Ignite UI control set for building modern web apps with Angular, React and ASP.NET MV; as well as adding full support for Angular 2 and ASP.NET Core; and charts a...


Angular-2:-What

Angular 2: What's good, what's bad, what's next


Thursday, October 13, 2016 by

Angular 2 is the full-platform successor to Google’s Angular 1 web application framework, made for building complex applications in browsers and beyond. First announced in October 2014, the complete and final version of Angular 2 was just released in September 2016. Angular 2 is a big step forward for the Angular framework, but how exactly is the second edition of the f...


ActiveState-Just-Released-Komodo-IDE-for-Mobile

ActiveState Just Released Komodo IDE for Mobile


Friday, September 9, 2016 by

ActiveState has announced the latest release of its Komodo IDE for mobile and web development which offers support for multiple languages, including for Python, PHP, JavaScript, HTML5 and CSS, Node.js, Golang, Ruby, Perl, Tcl, and a variety of other languages and frameworks.    With the release of Komodo IDE 10.1, the platform expands its support for An...


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Google Developer Group's DevFest Season Kicks Off


Friday, September 2, 2016 by

The Google Developer Group kicked off its annual DevFest season on September 1, offering a series of developer community-run events which will be happening over a three month period.Google Developer Group (GDG) chapters from around the world will host #DevFest16 events which bring together local developers to exchange knowledge, share ideas, and forecast the future of d...


How-Will-Pokemon-Go-Change-the-Way-Developers-Build-Apps

How Will Pokemon Go Change the Way Developers Build Apps


Tuesday, August 23, 2016 by

Guest Submission by TJ VanToll, developer advocate for Progress It seems like everyone is playing Pokémon Go, the Pokémon collecting application that took the world’s mobile devices by storm. While the gaming phenomenon is all the rage among individual users who have got to catch ‘em all, the app’s innovative combo of GPS and augmented reality (AR) technologie...


The-Problem-With-Sort-Of-Doing-Agile-Mobile-Development

The Problem With Sort Of Doing Agile Mobile Development


Friday, August 19, 2016 by

Agile development combines process, technology, and mindset in a deliberate way. If you neglect any one of those three pillars in mobile development, you’re setting yourself up to fail. “Sort of” Agile just won’t work.   Here’s why: Mobile users and desktop users have very different expectations. On desktop, if your website has low-p...


Learn-Ruby-or-Javascript-for-Free-With-Flatiron

Learn Ruby or Javascript for Free With Flatiron's School Online Courses


Wednesday, August 3, 2016 by

The Flatiron School, located in NYC, has launched four new online application programming courses as part of the school’s Online Campus. Two are free and two are certificate courses available for a fee. Free CoursesThe two free courses include provide an introduction to Ruby and JavaScript. These courses offer 30 to 50 hours of self-paced, test driven curriculum fi...


Views-From-the-Front-and-Back-Side-of-App-Development-Careers

Views From the Front and Back Side of App Development Careers


Wednesday, June 8, 2016 by

Interested in landing a job with Google as a back-end developer? Well, you best have working knowledge of Java, C++, or Python. How about Twitter? Might want to be familiar with Ruby on Rails, Scala, C++, or Java. What if you’re interested in a position working as a front-end engineer? The programming language is pretty universal - JavaScript. According to research...


The-Developer-Skills-That-Are-Most-Wanted-By-US-Region

The Developer Skills That Are Most Wanted By US Region


Friday, April 22, 2016 by

According to a recent infographic published by Robert Half Technology, you might be surprised to learn that .Net development is the top desired skill in three out of nine regions of the US (West South Central, Mountain, and East South Central).Web development also is one of the most sought after skills in three regions as it is tops in the Pacific, East North Central, a...


Flybits---The-Dawning-Era-of-the-Citizen-Developer-and-What-It-Means-for-Professional-Developers

Flybits - The Dawning Era of the Citizen Developer and What It Means for Professional Developers


Tuesday, March 1, 2016 by

By 2017 demand for enterprise mobile apps will outstrip available development capacity five to one, according to Gartner. At the same time, as an increasing number of apps look the same or sport the same features, consumers are demanding more personalized, context-aware mobile experiences. This situation looks a lot like what we experienced in the late 90s, wh...


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HackHands Founder Gives Insights About hack.summit 2016


Saturday, December 26, 2015 by

HackHands founder Ed Roman sat with us to talk about the second installment of hack.summit(), which debuted last year as the largest-ever Web conference for developers with 64,000 registrants. The event, which is designed to aid non-profits focused on bringing diversity and education to tech, will be organized and promoted by Pluralsight, which recently acquired HackHan...


Red-Hat-Updates-Open-Source-Web-Tools-With-Software-Collections-2.1

Red Hat Updates Open Source Web Tools With Software Collections 2.1


Thursday, November 19, 2015 by

Red Hat has released Red Hat Software Collections 2.1 into general availability offering new functionality to the platform’s open source web development tools, dynamic languages and databases. Developers can expect a continuing more frequent release cycle of the Software Collections than with Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Red Hat Software Collections 2.1 features sever...


Fuse-Releases-Cross-Platform-UX-Tool-Suite

Fuse Releases Cross Platform UX Tool Suite


Tuesday, October 13, 2015 by

Fuse has announced that its UX tool suite is out of beta and now available for download. One of the advantages of the platform is its ability to provide developers with a prototyping tool that outputs working native code, instead of slideshows and GIFs.In closed beta for a year, the Fuse platform allows developers to create user experiences for native mobile apps. It us...


IBM-IoT-Foundation-Offers-ARM-mbed-IoT-Developer-Starter-Kit

IBM IoT Foundation Offers ARM mbed IoT Developer Starter Kit


Tuesday, September 15, 2015 by

IBM’s Internet of Things (IoT) platform - IBM IoT Foundation – has announced an integration with ARM to provide out of the box connectivity with ARM mbed-enabled devices to analytics services. The integration will allow large quantities of data from devices such as industrial appliances, weather sensors and wearable monitoring devices to be gathered, analyzed and acted ...


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What Web Development's History Can Tell Us About the Future of Mobile Apps


Friday, September 4, 2015 by

It would be nice to say that web development has gotten easier over the years but that’s just not true. Technology keeps moving forward and web app developers continue to face more challenges than ever. Case in point - the new reality of responsive web design as a requirement, not an option, and the always changing web browser code interpretation argument (hence the lat...


The-jQuery-Foundation-Releases-New-Mandates

The jQuery Foundation Releases New Mandates


Saturday, August 8, 2015 by

The jQuery Foundation Board of Directors recently met to revisit the organization’s overall mission to help improve the open web, making it accessible for everyone, through the development and support of open source software, and collaboration with the development community.The organization is represented by a number of industry companies including IBM, Wordpress and Fa...