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Computer Weekly

Progress goes opens on Windows UI library

February 9, 2017






Computer Business Review July 17, 2014

8 Ways to explain platform-as-a-service (PaaS) to a five-year-old

Gary Calcott and other PaaS experts explain the simple definition of platform-as-a-service.



Diginomica July 16, 2014

How Carego International extends the reach of mobile medical care

Carego International uses Progress Rollbase to help deliver health care to developing countries


Gigaom July 15, 2014

Getting enterprise-y, AWS Marketplace adds annual software subscriptions

Amazon Web Services decides to offer third-party software, such as Progress products, on an annual subscription basis.


ZDNet July 15, 2014

Amazon launches annual software subscription prices on AWS Marketplace

Progress Software is one of the companies to launch new annual subscription pricing on AWS Marketplace.


Baseline Magazine July 15, 2014

PaaS Boosts Productivity Innovation Cuts Costs

Findings from Progress-sponsored research on PaaS and the “develop your own application” (DYOA) trend.


eWeek July 14, 2014

How Programming Languages Are Like Superheroes

Michael Benedict looks at how some of this year's biggest superhero flicks compare to our favorite programming languages.


TechRadar July 14, 2014

The New Face of Application Development

Q&A with Karen Tegan Padir discussing the DIY application development trend.


eWeek July 9, 2014

10 Reasons Why PaaS Usage is on the Rise in the Enterprise

Progress-sponsored research looks at why there is soaring demand for PaaS architecture.






Hindu BusinessLine – June 30, 2014

‘Responsive UI can cut costs for enterprises, start-ups’

Responsive UI changes the way enterprises and start-ups provide seamless interface on all channels of communication.


ITEuropa June 30, 2014

Developers using more modules, APIs says Progress

Developer skills are changing as software development is increasingly modular, with APIs as the linkage.