Displaying items by tag: Development Tools

Wednesday, 21 December 2016 09:11

Students offered year's free access to dev tools

Application development company Progress is offering to provide Australian students enrolled with an accredited university development tools free for a year.

Published in Business Software
Friday, 07 October 2016 16:25

Bringing DevOps to the mainframe

With the right tools, mainframe developers can be as agile and productive as those on other platforms, according to Compuware.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 29 September 2016 12:46

NetSuite adds to developer tools

Cloud ERP provider and Oracle subsidiary NetSuite has announced its SuiteCloud Development Framework (SDF), a new part of the SuiteCloud Development Platform to support the complete software development lifecycle including source code control, peer code reviews, team development, integrated debugging, and deployment.

Published in Cloud
Wednesday, 27 January 2016 13:04

Telerik DevCraft crafts support for AngularJS 2 devs

The new release of the Telerik DevCraft suite includes support for Google's AngularJS 2 Alpha.

Published in Business Software
Friday, 01 May 2015 10:47

Microsoft gits along with GitHub

Microsoft has announced GitHub Enterprise on Azure, plus integrations between Microsoft developer tools and GitHub.

Published in Business Software

Developers aren't always addressing the right issues first, a visiting executive has warned.

Friday, 10 October 2014 03:46

'Citizen developer' is a reality with Progress

The idea that a business specialist can develop software to meet a specific need without involving IT professionals is becoming a reality.

Published in Business Software
Wednesday, 19 March 2014 10:26

Appmethod speeds cross-platform development

Embarcadero Technologies' Appmethod is a cross-platform application development platform designed for lone developers as well as enterprise use.

Published in Business Software

Oracle has released Oracle Application Development Framework Mobile, part of the company's Fusion Middleware offering.

In a sudden turnabout, Apple has decided to allow a free choice of development tools used to create apps for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The company has also published the guidelines that are used to determine whether an app will be accepted for the App Store.

Published in Strategy




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