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iText provides open source PDF tech for developers & business users
iText provides versatile open source PDF technology for developers and business users – from PDF libraries to low-code products.
GitHub spruces up mobile platform as devs leave their desks behind
GitHub says these developments reflect the fact that more developers are turning to mobile apps to get their coding done.
GitHub's code vulnerability scanning tool now generally available
GitHub has recently rolled out code scanning to help developers detect and prevent vulnerabilities from popping up in their open source and enterprise code.
How our publisher harnessed machine learning to overhaul Techday websites
Our publisher, Sean Mitchell, went to CoderSchool in Ho Chi Minh City to learn how to implement machine learning into Techday.
Culture, coding, and phở – Why budding developers are heading to Vietnam
CoderSchool’s immersive three-month bootcamps equip participants with skills for employability in a rapidly developing city with low living costs.
Pega launches Enterprise Low-Code Factory
With tools, training, and other resources, Enterprise Low-Code Factory helps businesses cultivate and scale their own home-grown community of citizen developers.
How open source distribution accelerates Drupal development time by 30%
Acquia Lightning has adopted Drupal’s support for JSON:API, delivering out-of-the-box support for building decoupled or headless applications.
Top tips to deliver better software faster
Ultimately the key to ongoing success in this fast-moving arena is speed. Of course, there are many common pitfalls with software development and delivery that make this difficult.
Now you can control Iron Man with this customisable robot
Marvel fans beware – Tony Stark is going to do his best to steal the money right from your pocket and replace it with a robot.
Sphero kickstarts RVR, its new hackable robot
RVR is an all-terrain, drivable robot on wheels. And here’s the kicker: It’s hackable and customisable, which opens up many doors for those who like to tinker with robots for fun or for education.
GitHub frees up access to unlimited private repositories
Developers who use GitHub as a repository space can save themselves a little more money.
TIBCO launches machine learning solutions on AWS
"TIBCO Data Science makes it easy for citizen data scientists to develop code-free workflows to support data preparation and machine learning."
How AWS Lambda enables sharing common code between functions
Lambda supposedly makes it easy for developers to run code for virtually any type of application or back-end service.
How to mitigate and manage open source risks
"If organisations are going to benefit from using open source components, they need to use the right tools to keep their product and customers safe from hackers."
The challenges of cloud-based app-dev and how to overcome them
"The public cloud is becoming the natural destination for application development initiatives central to digital transformation."
Accountant automates grunt work by coding an application
“Disruption is a process. It happens gradually, without you thinking that it is significant.”
Why open source is at the core of app development
The NativeScript framework was created to ease the app development process by leveraging a user’s existing web development skills.
Toshiba develops a high-speed algorithm for deep learning processors
Toshiba is continuously focusing on the research and development of AI technologies.
Your guide to app creation without the training price tag
It is an application-based world and if you don't have the time or money for extensive training, this it the solution you need.
Interview: GitHub's promise to diversity and social impact
GitHub is primarily a collaborative approach to coding and technical expertise, but dig a little deeper and you find that the company is so much more.
It's official: Microsoft now owns GitHub
The US$7.5 billion deal brings Microsoft closer to the heart of developer communities; with new CEO Nat Friedman replacing former GitHub CEO and co-founder Chris Wanstrath.
The perfect place to attend a coding bootcamp
A good coding bootcamp focuses on the process of problem solving and logic building.
Why would a business owner want to learn coding?
“I wanted to take charge of my own destiny and create the sites myself."
Exclusive: The benefits of a low-code development platform
"IT and business professionals alike with little coding knowledge can use OutSystems to develop applications easily and within a short time span."