Julia 1.9 delivers native code caching

Following three beta releases and three release candidates, version 1.9 of the Julia programming language has been released. This brings a number of updates, including the ability to cache native code, package extensions, and heap snapshots. With the introduction of native code caching, package authors can now utilize precompile statements or workloads with PrecompileTools in … continue reading

Google announces updates to Android, Google Cloud, Workspaces, Google Play, and more at Google I/O

Today at Google I/O 2023, Google’s developer conference, several updates to Google products and services were announced in order to offer developers improved experiences. Among these announcements was the launch of the Watch Face Format. This offers developers a new way to build watch faces for Wear OS smartwatches with a declarative XML format to … continue reading

IBM releases watsonx platform to power next-generation foundation models for AI

Today IBM announced a new AI and data platform called watsonx that is intended to allow enterprises to scale and accelerate the impact of AI with trusted data.  IBM is offering an AI development studio with access to IBM-curated and trained foundation models and open-source models, access to a data store so users can gather … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Frappe

Frappe is a low-code full stack, batteries-included, web framework written in Python and JavaScript, using MariaDB as its database. It is designed to reduce the amount of time developers spend writing code. Frappe makes defining DocTypes easier without the need for code to be used everywhere, since everything in Frappe is a DocType. The framework … continue reading

Angular 16 offers several improvements to reactivity, server-side rendering, and tooling

The team behind Angular, a platform and framework for building single-page client applications using HTML or TypeScript, today announced the release of Angular v16, the framework’s largest release since the initial rollout of Angular. Included in this release is a developer preview of a new reactivity model for Angular which provides improvements to both performance … continue reading

Microsoft’s .NET Upgrade Assistant now offers support for .NET MAUI and Azure functions

Microsoft recently announced a new version of .NET Upgrade Assistant in Visual Studio. This release adds support for new scenarios for different platforms and frameworks, and includes enhancements such as support for .NET 8, upgrades from Xamarin.Forms to .NET MAUI, and upgrades for Azure Functions. This version also brings multiple other enhancements, including improvements to … continue reading

Mabl’s load testing offering provides increased insight into app performance

Low-code intelligence automation company mabl today announced its new load testing offering geared at allowing engineering teams to assess how their application will perform under production load. This capability integrates into mabl’s SaaS platform so that users can enhance the value of existing functional tests, move performance testing to an earlier phase of the development … continue reading

Applitools Execution Cloud offers users new self-healing capabilities

Applitools, provider of a test automation platform powered by Visual AI, today unveiled the Applitools Execution Cloud. This cloud-based testing platform offers built-in self healing features geared at allowing engineering and testing teams to run existing tests against an AI-powered test infrastructure. This tool is designed to replace legacy testing grids and add AI-powered self … continue reading

SD Times Open Source Project of the Week: Animated Drawings

Animated Drawings is an open-source project from the Fundamental AI Research (FAIR) team at Mela AI. The goal of this project is to help creators and developers create their own drawing-to-animation experiences or products. At its inception in 2021, FAIR applied recent advancements in computer vision towards an intuitive pipeline in order to animate any … continue reading

AtScale unveils new capabilities to support code-first data modelers

AtScale, provider of semantic layer solutions for modern business intelligence and data science teams, today announced new features added to its semantic layer platform. These capabilities focus on supporting code-first data modelers, such as developers, analytics engineers, and data scientists. These features integrate with the company’s no-code visual modeling framework and offer users improved flexibility … continue reading

Digital.ai’s AI powered DevOps platform allows developers to build and deliver code more intelligently

Digital transformation company Digital.ai today announced the release of Corbett, the most recent update to its AI-powered DevOps platform. Corbett is geared at helping organizations deliver applications with better user experiences while also enhancing the productivity of development teams. With Corbett, teams gain access to intelligence features that allow for the leveraging of AI to … continue reading

Proper identity verification can result in an increased trust with your customer base

With so much data flowing through modern organizations, verifying that the information on file is correct has become increasingly more difficult.  If a company fails to verify the names, addresses, email addresses, and phone numbers of their users, the overall experience of end users will decline, and the company can end up putting itself at … continue reading

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