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Starting with version 1.19 of Kubernetes, developers will be required to advance APIs that they are developing into a stable state within 9 months. These changes are intended to encourage follow-through on feature development and avoid APIs getting stuck in beta.
The Honeynet Project has collaborated in the creation of a new open-source intelligence (OSINT) tool that collates threat information from a multitude of sources. This new resource dubbed Intel Owl provides developers access via API to the resulting threat analysis data.
Unsplash, an online image provider, has released an open image dataset. The new library currently contains over 2 million high quality images, with 16GB of accompanying data. The accompanying data includes keyword-image conversions, community and AI-generated keywords, EXIF, and more
Thirteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including COVID-19, Banking and Sustainability. Included is an API that enables users to convert spreadsheets to APIs, an API for intelligent pricing services, and an API for verifying identity in real time.
Coinbase announced the launch of Rosetta. Rosetta is an open source specification and set of associated tools that helps developers integrate blockchain into the applications and systems. Since its founding, Coinbase has preached the need for openness, and Rosetta is the next logical step.
AcceleratXR, Inc. today announced the launch of its new open-source project; Composer.js. Composer.js is a framework and toolset for rapidly building back-end API services using NodeJS. The project is a fork of the internal tools and technology the company has been steadily building.
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.
It's day two at GitHub Universe 2019. Today is all about security. The day two keynote saw many announcements related to securing code including GitHub Security Lab, CodeQL, GitHub Security Advisories, automated security updates, GitHub Advisory Database, token scanning, and more.
Today at Firebase Summit 2019 in Madrid, Spain, Firebase announced various upgrades to the company’s mobile and web application development platform. The updates are highlighted by new tools that aim to accelerate development while also reducing coding errors.
Kong announced a new open source project: Kuma. Kuma is a control plane for a service mesh. It is built on top of the open-source Envoy proxy. The goal of Kuma is to move beyond the limitations associated with first-generation service mesh technology. It is platform agnostic and enterprise-ready.
Developers love open source software. It stokes creativity, collaboration, and innovation, and is free, or at least less expensive, than commercial software. Luckily ProgrammableWeb provides hundreds of APIs in the Open Source category. Here we highlight the 12 most popular Open Source APIs.
Weather APIs (Application Programming Interface) are used in developing various Climate, Meteorology or Weather Applications by programmers. Developers can search for a Weather API, sample source code and how-tos / tutorials for their Apps within our directory, whether paid, free or freemium.
Apollo Federation is now available as an open source architecture for building a distributed graph. Based solely on GraphQL, Apollo Federation allows organizations to query an entire organization's data with a single GraphQL query, without using monolithic architecture. Goodbye, schema stitching.
Ockam refers to itself as the Twilio of IoT. With that tagline, it's hoping to make IoT developers' lives much easier with simple IoT development tools that scale and interoperate with ease. Accordingly, the Ockam SDK is now open sourced at GitHub. SDK users become part of the Ockam Network.
GitHub announced that it will provide users with free access to an unlimited amount of private repositories, the only restriction being a limit of 3 collaborators per repository. GitHub also announced the unification of key enterprise products, with the intention of providing increased flexibility.
Microsoft is moving to an open source development strategy for its Edge web browser. Not only will further development rely on contributions from open source developers, Microsoft will start contributing to the core codebase that was created by Google, and continues to be the core of Google Chrome.
Australia introduced a Consumer Data Right roughly a year ago. While the government plans to enforce the right in the banking sector first, no legislation has yet compelled implementation. Nevertheless, Data61 published a working draft standard for the core standard principles and a banking API.
More than a decade ago, a handful of companies looked to capitalize on the open source movement while at the same time perverting the licensing fundamentals behind it. The threat to open source culture was palpable. But disaster was averted. Today, history is repeating itself and it's time to act.
Oracle today unveiled GraphPipe, an open-source standard that aims to simplify machine learning model serving. GraphPipe itself is a high-performance protocol for transmitting machine learning data between remote processes that Oracle developed to address machine learning model challenges.
Four tech titans have announced the Data Transfer Project. The project is an open source, service-to-service, data portability platform. With the implementation of GDPR, and the increase need of consumers to retrieve and move their data, the Data Transfer Project looks to standardize the process.
Software developed by the US government is technically in the public domain. But without clear direction on how to handle the public domain issue or what that means for using an open source license, agencies are often unclear on how to open source software and reap the benefits of re-using code.