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Developers can use the Flutter framework to speed up their work on native versions of their apps for Android and iOS.
Making the jump from Windows, and gaining a performance boost along the way, Microsoft's Quantum Development Kit is now available for Linux and macOS.
The platform update shortens the pipeline-building learning curve for citizen-developers and allows them to own integration projects without relying on IT.
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Microsoft's cross-platform code editor is now an installation option for developers that want to work with Anaconda, the Python-based data science platform.
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Research indicates organizations are overwhelmed by an increasing number of software applications needed to support changing IT environments.
The new Windows Desktop Application Program uses data analytics to help developers find and solve issues that may be dragging down their software’s performance.
Developers can now use Microsoft's Custom Vision Service to quickly add image recognitions capabilities to iOS and Android apps.
IT giants name each other as preferred services providers and will offer all-new customer engagement platform for sales and service.
Google’s Container Structure Test framework will let cloud system administrators test and validate the structure of Docker images, the company says.