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SD Times March 7, 2019

Progress Announces Milestone Release of its App Development Platform OpenEdge

Progress its announcing a three-fold throughput performance improvement with the latest release of its application development platform. According to the company, Progress OpenEdge 12 features a 200 percent improvement in database throughput performance, responsiveness and scalability. In addition, the release comes with new advanced features and functionality to give modern apps always-on availability and enhanced agility.

SD Times February 21, 2019

SD Times News Digest: Google Acquires Alooma, NativeScript 5.2, and Sourcegraph 3.1

NativeScript 5.2 has been released with official support for Vue.js. While the NativeScript-Vue effort started by Igor Randjelovic has allowed NativeScript and Vue applications to be created, this release is the first time that Vue.js will be officially supported, the company explained.

CIO February 19, 2019

Tapping into the WeWork Effect with an app?

WeWork’s seemingly simplistic approach is having a profound effect on the market, leading enterprise organizations to try to replicate the sense of community, collaboration, and engagement it creates. Now competitors are fighting back with apps — and the implications as this plays out are relevant to enterprises everywhere.

ZDNet February 14, 2019

Data Integration Issues Still Impede Digital Progress, Survey Shows

The foundation of a digitally savvy enterprise is data, and lots of it, coming from all corners, and having the right data at the right time being digested and turned into insights that guide both humans and machines to make the right things happen. But organizations are still fumbling in their efforts to bring it all together. Cloud services help -- but only go so far, and may even complicate things even more. 

Channelnomics February 13, 2019

Survey Reveals Cloud Migration Hurdles, Opportunities

Progress, a Bedford, Massachusetts-based provider of application development and digital experience technologies, has shared the results of its 2018 Data Connectivity Survey, which polled 1,400-plus business and IT professionals about their top-of-mind concerns as they migrate to the cloud.

Cloud Tech February 12, 2019

Relational Databases ‘Here to Stay’ in the Enterprise Amid Greater Cloud and Data Complexity

Reports of the death of the relational database have been greatly exaggerated – at least in the enterprise.

According to a new study from Progress Software – the company’s latest annual data connectivity report – while the on-premises relational database behemoths of SQL Server, MySQL and Oracle have declined year on year, the cloud push is not yet forthcoming for mission-critical workloads.

CMS Connected January 31, 2019

Podcast: WCM Market Trends & Predictions With Progress CMO

On this podcast, Laura Myers and I share our thoughts on the WCM market for 2019, the multi-channel customer experience, and why customer relationships are vital to your business's success.

Also joining us in the conversation will be Loren Jarrett, CMO at Progress to share her thoughts on the topics above. I was very fortunate to hear Loren speak this past year at ProgressNEXT 2018 in Boston

ITProPortal January 30, 2019

From Fast to Faster: Boost Developer Talent with High-Productivity Platforms

Fast is no longer fast enough when it comes to building applications.

Long are the days when developing apps and taking them to market could constitute a lengthy project. Unforgiving market competition and increasing business demands have led the app development lifecycle to shorten dramatically, with apps expected to be market-ready within weeks.

InfoWorld January 29, 2019

Blazor Now Runs on a Server: What You Should Know

It’s a year or so since Microsoft unveiled Blazor, its tool for running .Net code in the browser. It’s been an eventful year with several releases, each adding more and more code compatibility. Now described as “full-stack web development with C#,” Blazor runs on both clients and servers.

Visual Studio January 23, 2019

Progress Previews Telerik UI for Blazor

Tooling vendor Progress said developers in the .NET ecosystem asked it to support Microsoft's experimental Blazor project, which it has just done in a new release.

SD Times January 23, 2019

Progress Provides New Support for Vue and .NET Developers Across its Product Line

Progress is updating its web UI toolkit to support the most popular JavaScript frameworks with newly announced extended native support for Vue. Vue joins the product’s existing support for React and Angular. 

SD Times January 16, 2019

SD Times news digest: Progress’ DataDirect Autonomous REST Connector, MariaDB Platform X3, and FoundationDB’s Record Layer

Progress has announced the release of Progress DataDirect Autonomous REST Connector. The new solution enables teams to build connectors for applications quickly without needing to write custom code. According to Progress, the Data Direct Autonomous REST Connector allows developers to fully access data from SQL-based applications.

App Developer Magazine January 16, 2019

Creating Native Mobile Apps Without Writing Native Code

Native programming can strike fear into the heart of anyone that doesn't know how to write it. While we as programmers understand our limits and capabilities, we still like to brag about the complicated function or route we just wrote. But just drop the words "Objective C, or Android Java" into the next conversation you have with fellow programmers and see who starts biting their nails.

App Developer Magazine January 15, 2019

Next Generation Low Code Platforms Snub Citizen Developers

As businesses trend more toward buy-not-build solutions, they look to development platforms that can offer frictionless delivery of applications without needing to provide additional training for developers. Therefore, it is important to differentiate between the high-productivity/low-code approaches and the 'citizen developer' approach: one is for dev professionals looking to operate more efficiently, and the other is, essentially, an amateur programmer creating simple applications – not ideal for professional IT delivery.

SD Times January 8, 2019

JavaScript Has Come a Long Way and Shows No Sign of Slowing

Since its release more than 20 years ago, JavaScript has gone through a lot. But even though it has come so far, the language continues to grow and evolve, and interest in using it is still rising. JavaScript is an incredibly approachable language, which probably has something to do with why it has become so popular among developers. Its robust community continues to add to JavaScript’s rich ecosystem of libraries and frameworks.

Becker's Hospital Review January 2, 2019

The Future is Now: Reducing Patient No-Shows with AI and ML

The Mark Twain quip — “Never put off till tomorrow, what you can do the day after tomorrow.” — might be an irreverent, tongue-in-check approach to how some healthcare executives chose to purchase and adopt information technology. For many healthcare executives, the day after tomorrow has arrived.

SD Times January 2, 2019

Software Predictions for 2019

Thought leaders weigh in on what we can expect from the software development industry in 2019.

Database Trends and Applications December 5, 2018

Trend-Setting Products in Data and Information Management for 2019

You can call it the new oil, or even the new electricity, but however it is described, it’s clear that data is now recognized as an essential fuel flowing through organizations and enabling never before seen opportunities. However, data cannot simply be collected; it must be handled with care in order to fulfill the promise of faster, smarter decision making.

IoT Agenda December 5, 2018

Building the Predictive Maintenance 4.0 Era with Cognitive-First Models

Predictive maintenance has come a long way since the ’90s. Over the past decade, IIoT and the evolution of analyzing sensor information has pushed organizations to look at new ways to use data to understand machine health.

Redmond Magazine December 4, 2018

Microsoft Doubles Down on Open Source .NET

Microsoft is open sourcing some of the most popular Windows-centric .NET Framework components, particularly Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Windows Forms and Windows UI XAML Library (WinUI).