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Idk.dev, provider of programming & DevOps tutorials has announced the general availability of Client-Side Metrics for the AWS SDK for Java v2. This SDK, which was initially announced in preview on July 7th, is now in version 2.14.0 and is designated for use in production environments.
Android 11 beta 3 is here and with it Google is calling upon all developers to update their apps accordingly. The official Android 11 release is mere weeks away at this point, and it is important for apps to be compatible with the new features in Android 11. Here's what you need to know.
GitHub has announced that beginning on November 13th, 2020, they will require that developers using the GitHub REST API use token-based authentication. This will now be required for all authenticated operations in replacement of the previously allowed account password access.
Google released a new version of the Paging API. The company says Paging API 3 is a complete overhaul of the library based on Kotlin. Google incorporated the changes asked for by developers, which include simpler handling of errors, wider list transformations, and support for list separators.
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing many businesses to turn to their mobile apps for survival. Development teams are under more pressure than ever to deliver new and updated apps while cybercriminals are responding with more advanced, targeted attacks. App security is now more critical then ever.
Apple has announced new capabilities that are now available for the App Store Connect API. Using the API developers will now be able to better manage app store product pages, update app versions, and monitor performance. Additionally, developers will now be able to manage account resources.
This week, Amazon announced the beta release of Honeycode. Honeycode is Amazon’s version of an app builder for non-coders. With Honeycode, customers use an intuitive visual app builder to create interactive web and mobile apps. The project has been in the works for years, and is ready for testing.
Apple has new features for iOS 14 for the iPhone and iPad, and the corresponding series of updates for developers. Want to take advantage of the new home screen widget to surface dynamic info or app clips to show off your app in miniature form, download the latest SDK and get to work.
In this article, we provide instructions on how to quickly implement the Sendbird UIKit for iOS and deploy fully-featured messaging using pre-built UI and messaging UX. Sendbird UIKit for iOS is essentially a combination of user interface tooling and the Sendbird Chat SDK for iOS.
This article will run down the three most common vulnerabilities one may encounter in a Ruby on Rails API only app. However, some of the concepts will apply regardless of which platform you're using and you should investigate what tooling is available for your platform if you're not on Rails.
What do you do when you've reached the point where you need to extend your CMS? Do you hire the job out to a developer or try to work directly with the API for your CMS? This article considers why you might hire a developer, why you should investigate APIs, and how to choose between these options.
Along with the recently released Android 11 beta, Google has made a new version of Android Studio available to developers. Android Studio 4.1 Beta and Android Studio 4.2 Canary are here to help developers target Android 11 and its new set of APIs.You'll find updates to Kotlin, Jetpack, and more.
Google this week released the first public beta of Android 11. The build is available to developers and everyday Android fans alike and works on most Pixel phones. Together with a new version of Android Studio and a raft of fresh APIs, developers can take advantage of the latest features.
Google this week released Android Studio 4, the newest version of its core Android developer environment. Android Studio 4 is meant to give developers more tools so they can design and build apps faster and smarter. The platform arrives mere days before the Android 11 beta launch.
Fastly today announced the launch of its new Developer Hub, a central place for developers to access all the tools they need to build applications. The Developer Hub includes a testing sandbox, ready-to-deploy code snippets, and a repository of tutorials, reference materials, and documentation.
mHealth, also known as mobile health, is a completely new way of patient interaction with a doctor and patient care. It relies on mobile devices and wireless technologies to facilitate the process of obtaining medical care for patients. This article looks at some of the best mHealth APIs.
By making its runtime engine open-source, any of the 8 million developers worldwide who know the Python language can now choose to deploy their apps on their own machines, or on specialized Internet of Things (IoT) devices, as well as within their employer’s or Anvil’s clouds.
Google has made some changes to the timeframe surrounding Android 11's arrival, thanks to the COVID-19 situation. With the Google I/O developer conference no longer taking placing May 12-14 as previously scheduled, Google has settled on June 3 to fully show off the latest version of Android.
GitHub is hosting the company’s first-ever virtual event for developers across the globe. The event is highlighted by the launch of four new products aimed at broadly improving the overall developer experience on the platform. The new products include GitHub Codespaces, a browser-based IDE.
CircleCI has announced the release of a production-ready version of the company’s insights endpoints. The new endpoints have been in preview for some time now and are designed to aid developers by “unlocking key data around workflows and consumption.”
GitHub Actions puts powerful CI/CD and automation directly into the developer workflow. Since then, we’ve continued to improve with artifact and dependency caching for faster workflows, self-hosted runners for greater flexibility, and the Actions API for extensibility.
GitHub has announced that private repositories with unlimited collaborators will now be free for everyone. Additionally, the company is lowering the cost of its paid plans in order to improve affordability for teams that require advanced features and personalized support.