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Mono, Microsoft’s open source, cross-platform runtime for .Net-based development, has regained its .Net interpreter, about a decade after it was removed to keep Mono’s development effort manageable.Mono’s developers are now turning their attention t...
Microsoft’s open source development tool is an important piece of the developer’s toolkit. Built using GitHub’s cross-platform Electron framework, Visual Studio Code is a full-featured development editor that supports a wide selection of languages a...
Bitdefender integration with Windows Defender APT in preview; Lookout, Ziften soon Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection first landed as a public preview in September, and now it's general availability, Redmond has announced a bunch of partners t...
Logging is an essential feature in applications for detecting or investigating issues.

ASP.Net Core is an open source, cross-platform, lean, and modular framework for building high-performance web applications. Logging is now a first-class citizen i...
For the time being, the desktop-based Lightroom Classic will continue to be developed.
Node.js, a cross-platform JavaScript runtime environment for servers and applications, offers many benefits. Low memory usage, good performance, and a large ecosystem of packages, which currently number about 475,000, have made Node.js a popular cho...
Sony still doesnrsquo;t want to give up its platform lock-in.
Microsoftrsquo;s Azure Functionsnbsp;serverless computing platform now has beta support for Java programming, a feature developers have demanded since Azure Functionsrsquo; 2016 debut.The beta inclusion of Java joins Azure Functionsrsquo; existing support of JavaScript, C#, F#, Python, PHP, Bash, Batch, and PowerShell.[ A developerrsquo;s guide: Get started with serverless computing.

Then learnnbsp;how to use Microsoftrsquo;s Azure Functions and how to use AWS Lambda for serverless computing. | Build ’em now! 5 uses for serverless frameworks. ]
The Java runtime will share features ofnbsp;Azure Functionsnbsp;such as triggering options, data bindings, and a serverless model with autoscaling.

The new support for Java is a follow-up to Microsoftrsquo;s recently announced capability for running the open source Azure Functions runtime on .Net Core, the companyrsquo;s cross-platform implementation of its .Net development platform.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
The web is at the heart of many modern business applications. We use browsers as the universal interface for our services, wrapping them in familiar HTML and JavaScript.
If yoursquo;ve got an internet connection and a browser, yoursquo;ve got access to an application, whether on your PC or on your smartphone.But what if you need access to more than the keyboard and the mouse, such as using cameras or other device hardware in your code?[ Only at InfoWorld: What you need to know about progressive web apps. | Get your websites up to speed with HTML5 today using the techniques in InfoWorldrsquo;s HTML5 Deep Dive PDF how-to report. | Learn where HTML5 is headed next. ]Thatrsquo;s where the next iteration of the web comes in to play, the progressive web app. Progressive web apps originated at Google, with a focus on the mobile web and the prospect of being able to deliver web apps that can work offline. With cross-platform support a key deliverable, itrsquo;s an important shift, one that goes further than Microsoftrsquo;s existing hosted web apps.

Build a progressive web app for Android, and it should work on a future release of Windows 10.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Elasticsearch is an open source, cross-platform, highly scalable distributed search and analytics engine based on Apache Lucene. Lucene is a popular Java-based, full-text search engine that can be used to query large sets of data efficiently.
In this article, wersquo;ll discuss the capabilities of Elasticsearch and how we can work with it in .Net using the popular .Net client for Elasticsearch called NEST. Elasticsearch gives you web-friendly REST APIs that exchange data in JSON format.

Thus you can take advantage of Elasticsearch from your .Net application to store, search, and analyze large volumes of data in real time.

Because Elasticsearch is customizable, you can use it to build our own custom search engine quite easily.

There are plenty of plug-ins available to help you do this.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
But "continued demand for Nintendo Switch" drives total revenue upward
Continuing trend suggests Sony simply doesn't want to link up with Microsoft.