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Chrome 79 Beta includes experimental support for the Wake Lock API. Wake Lock functionality prevents an app, or certain device features, from defaulting to an energy-saving state (e.g. mobile device screen from going black). Wake Lock includes both screen lock and systems lock options.
Firefox 70.0 is here and stable. Along with a host of bug fixes, and feature updates; Firefox 70 includes many API changes. Specifically, the DOM; Workers/service workers; Media, WebAudio, and WebRTC; and Canvas and WebGL APIs were all updated with bug fixes, changes, and new features.
Login VSI, the provider of application performance testing and monitoring for VDI environments announced today the general availability of Login PI version 3.6. Login PI enables customers to measure the availability of their desktop virtualization platform and the applications that run on it.
Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Voice, Mapping and Storage. Highlights include an API for managing membership subscriptions and APIs for Lambdatest cross browser testing services. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Amazon released its AWS Cloud Development Kit last year as a preview. Now, the CDKs for TypeScript and Python are now generally available. The CDK allows administrators to manage their infrastructure using the same language and tools they use to build applications, a move towards DevOps practices.
Microsoft has released an update to its WebView 2 SDK and announced broader access so that more developers can try it. WebView 2, a new WebView control that allows developers to host web content within native apps, was first unveiled at the Build 2019 conference in Seattle last month.
Google's plan to limit developers' access to the Chrome API browser extensions, commonly used to perform ad blocking, and push them to use a new API sparked a developer firestorm. In response, Google engineers altered their plans slightly to try to address a number of developer concerns.
Less than a month after Twitter introduced Twitter Developer Labs, a program where developers can test and provide feedback on new API features, Twitter has made its first two preview endpoints available under the program. The first two endpoints are GET/users and GET/tweets.
DevOps is not just a technical process, but also an approach to help your team build better software. In this post, we'll cover four important DevOps practices. Using a tool like Postman, you can ensure each of these practices is easily communicated to the rest of your team.
Google engineers recently proposed changes to the Chrome browser that would limit developers' access to an API that browser extensions commonly use to perform ad blocking. Specifically, Google plans to deprecate parts of the webRequest API that provide for the ability to block ads.
This week at Google I/O, Software Engineer Deepti Gandluri presented a session titled “WebAssembly for Developers.” In this session she presented new features for WebAssembly which have already been implemented in the current version of the Chrome Web browser.
Surma (Web Advocate at Google) today recommended using AssemblyScript in order to convert code written in TypeScript into the portable binary format, WebAssembly. WebAssembly makes it so that code written in C/C++ and Rust is able to run on Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Edge Web browsers.
Facebook has announced that a new isInputPending API it created is included in Chrome 74, the latest version of Google's popular Chrome browser, as an origin trial. The social networking giant created the isInputPending API to address the problem of browser queueing time delays.
Good QA engineering is all about automation and replication. In this article, we'll take a look at best practices in QA engineering and how Postman can help fill the gaps in your QA practices, including how to inspect API responses, test for specific results, and run tests at the right times.
Google is doing some work on the API that helps manage Chrome extensions. Developments over the last few weeks have shed light on what the changes mean for developers, and not everyone likes what they see. Ad blockers are at the heart of the issue and changes to the API will impact them seriously.
There is an expanding set of tools that help during every stage of the API lifecycle. So much so that it’s natural to be overwhelmed by the variety of API tooling available. This article takes a look at a number of tools, each of which can help modernize your API development process.
Nineteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including DevOps, Verification, and Mail. Highlights include an API that returns data about Board Games, an API for building connected car apps, and an API for contextual messaging. Here's a look at what's new.
Eleven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Sports, Data Mining, and Networking. Highlights include the Threat Stack API for cloud security operations monitoring, and the Entity Digital Sports Cricket API. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
This article provides you with a walk-through of userstack, an instant, secure, cloud-based REST API service for sniffing browsers and devices to parse the User-Agent string your customers arrive with. It's not exactly new but evolved from the well known and widely accepted UserAgent API.
Threat Stack has released a new API that allows users to create security rules, send events to the platform, audit logs and more, all from within their existing DevOps tools. The company hopes that the API will enable DevOps teams to reduce the number of tools they must manage.