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DBTA August 13, 2019

Progress Updates the Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold Platform

Progress, a provider of application development and digital experience technologies, is enhancing the Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold platform, introducing network mapping and discovery, improved vCenter support, and enabling a new public REST API.


Solutions Review August 13, 2019

The 32 Best Network Monitoring Tools to Use in 2019

Choosing the best network monitoring tool for your enterprise is not easy. IT professionals and decision-makers need to consider several factors when choosing solutions for their business, such as security, compatibility, ease of use, and budget. With so many network monitoring tools on the market, it’s hard to determine the best ones for your company’s needs.


Forbes August 12, 2019

What the Uber of Tractors Means for the Future of Agtech in Africa

“Capitalism in agriculture, within sub-Saharan Africa, is alive and well,” says Jehiel Oliver. Oliver is the CEO of the agtech company Hello Tractor, whose smartphone app connects smallholder farmers with tractor owners looking to rent. Dubbed the "Uber for tractors," Hello Tractor first launched in Nigeria in 2014, and then quickly expanded into Kenya. The company is now poised for even further expansion, with testing underway in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.


Journal of mHealth August 8, 2019

Healthcare Data: A Puzzling Game in Need of a Change

There is no arguing that healthcare involves a prodigious amount of data. According to an IDC report, 4.4zb of data was produced in 2013, and it estimated that 44zb of healthcare data will be produced yearly by 2020—a tenfold increase in seven years. In a New England Journal of Medicine  article, the authors estimated that a single patient typically generates close to 80 megabytes in imaging and electronic medical record (EMR) data each year. With all the data that is being collected, healthcare organizations have the opportunity to leverage it to drive patient outcomes and lower overall healthcare spend.


CMSC Media July 24, 2019

Focused on Personalization, Innovation, and... Downsizing?

In 1995, Americaneagle.com designed its first website and ever since, has worked on 12,000 web design projects of every size, from almost every industry. This comprehensive digital history, spawning back to nearly the dawn of corporate web pages, makes americaneagle.com a sage in the sector— an example to learn from, insightful, and experienced.


Computer Weekly July 22, 2019

Progress Revs Up BRM with Corticon 6.0

BRM is now a ‘thing’… and it’s not in fact meant to relate to the noise that children make when they pretend to rev up the imaginary engines on their toy cars, instead, it stands for Business Rules Management. 


SD Times July 19, 2019

Progress Releases Web Accessibility Guidebook for Developers

There are a number of things developers have to consider when developing for the web, but one thing that may not get enough attention is the accessibility of their application. The notion of web accessibility is not new, with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) publishing the first Web Content Accessibility Guidelines in 1999, but it is still something not enough developers are putting effort into. As a result, Progress has released new guidelines to help developers better understand web accessibility and how they can develop their apps to adhere to it. 


ProgrammableWeb July 19, 2019

NativeScript 6.0 Release Focuses on Developer Productivity

NativeScript 6.0 is now available. The open-source framework for building cross-platform native Web and mobile applications specifically focused on developer productivity with the 6.0 release. Examples of increased developer productivity include faster patch delivery, additional out of the box functionality, additional pre-built scenarios that avoid custom development, and specific tools driving the development experience.


InfoWorld July 18, 2019

NativeScript 6.0 Speeds Up Builds, App Updates

NativeScript 6.0, the latest version of Progress’ open source framework for building native mobile apps with JavaScript, TypeScript, or Angular, is now generally available. The update provides for quicker app updates and smaller app binaries.


ADTMAG July 18, 2019

Open Source NativeScript 6.0 Released for JavaScript-Based iOS, Android Development

Development tooling specialist Progress released NativeScript 6.0, a major update to its open source framework for creating native iOS and Android apps with JavaScript with 100 percent code reuse.


SD Times July 17, 2019

NativeScript 6.0 Released with Full Support for Vue.js

The latest version of the open-source framework for building native apps is now available. NativeScript 6.0 comes with support for Angular 8 and Vue.js as well as the ability to shorten development and testing time. 


ADT MAG July 16, 2019

Low-Code Specialists Dominate 'Multiexperience Development Platform' Ranking

With the infiltration of new technologies in the mobile app development space, Gartner Inc. has renamed its former mobile-centric series of research reports to "multiexperience," and the first such offering shows familiar low-code vendors leading the pack.


KMWorld July 11, 2019

Progress Updates its Business Rules Management Solution with REST

Progress, a provider of application development and digital experience technologies, is releasing the latest version of the Progress Corticon business rules management solution.


SD Times July 11, 2019

SD Times News Digest: Progress Corticon 6.0, Android Q beta 5, and MLPerf Training v0.6

Progress has announced the latest release of its business rules management solution with REST API data access and a new .NET server architecture. Corticon 6.0 features faster support for REST data connectivity and the ability to execute decisions three times faster with more reliability, the company explained. 


SD Times July 3, 2019

Web Development: So Many Choices to Get the Right Fit

It is an interesting time to be a web developer. On one hand, the web today provides a wealth of information, giving developers easy access to a number of resources useful when running into a problem or wanting to update their skills. Additionally, there are so many advancements being made to programming languages and technologies that web development provides a rich ecosystem for developers to build powerful solutions. 


SD Times June 17, 2019

The 2019 SD Times 100: 'Best in Show' in Software Development

Progress was included in the 2019 SD Times 100 list for ‘Best in Show’ in Software Development.


Database Trends and Applications June 12, 2019

DBTA 100 2019 - The Companies That Matter Most in Data

This seventh DBTA 100 list spans a wide variety of companies that are each uniquely addressing today’s demands for hardware, software, and services.


InfoWorld June 12, 2019

Low-Code for the Professional Developer

Surveys have shown that professional app developers are skeptical of traditional low-code platforms. Developers fear that low-code platforms will strip them of control, force them to use unfamiliar proprietary tools, and tie them to aging architectures and hybrid mobile containers. Progress takes a different approach to low-code that aims to avoid these pitfalls.


CMSC Media June 6, 2019

Exclusive Video Interviews with Progress Executives

The team, here at CMSC Media enjoyed our time spent at ProgressNEXT 2019 in sunny Orlando, FL, and the incredible conversations that we were able to engage in. The four-day gathering consisted of inspiring keynotes and thoughtful sessions, while the attendees, ranging from customers, partners, and executives, networked and absorbed all that the event had to offer. CMSC Media's Gabriella Pirrone and I were able to connect with many of the people in attendance to pick their brains about CMS and trends in digital business. We are pleased to share some of the exclusive interviews that we recorded during the event.


The New Stack May 30, 2019

Low-Code Platform Adoption Gets a Boost from Digital Transformation

How do you feel about platforms that promise to deliver apps without coding? If you express some negative sentiment, then you’re like two-thirds of the customers Progress Software surveyed last year. Despite the bad feelings, a review of recent surveys shows that use of low-code platforms has increased and will continue to do so in the near future. The main reason is that the platforms kill two birds with one stone — they address long-standing development challenges that are holding back company-wide digital transformation efforts. However, it is important not to oversell the benefits, which are mostly associated with increasing the speed of development and less about allowing business units to innovate and create code themselves.