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  • No-Code App Development is Essential for Digital Transformation

    Jennifer Cadence, a product marketing manager at Google, recently published an account of the state of no-code app development. In her post, Cadence breaks down why no-code platforms have become an essential part of digital transformation. She suggests that speed and agility, productivity and collaboration, and governance and security are the critical factors for these platforms' importance.

  • Mock Service Worker Library Enables Resilient REST and GraphQL API Testing

    The Mock Service Worker (MSW) API mocking library allows developers to test web applications without using an actual back-end, setting up a mocking server, or stubbing native http/https/fetch implementations. MSW mocks both Rest and GraphQL APIs. MSW received the JavaScript Open Source Awards this year.

  • AWS Announces Amazon MQ Will Support RabbitMQ

    AWS announced Amazon MQ will now support RabbitMQ, a popular open-source message broker. With the support for RabbitMQ, customers can migrate their existing RabbitMQ message brokers to AWS without rewriting code.

  • Microsoft Launches a New Communication Platform with Azure Communication Services

    During its annual Ignite Conference, Microsoft announced Azure Communication Services (ACS), a fully-managed communication platform. The offering is currently in public preview.

  • GitHub's OpenAPI Spec Open-Sourced in Beta

    GitHub has open sourced an OpenAPI description of its API. Aimed to allow developers to discover the API capabilities first-hand, GitHub's OpenAPI also enables the programmatic creation of mock servers, test suites, and language bindings.

  • Microsoft Announces the Preview of Java Message Service 2.0 over AMQP on Azure Service Bus

    In a recent blog post, Microsoft announced the preview support for Java Message Service (JMS) 2.0 over AMQP in the Azure Service Bus Premium tier. The support will allow customers to modernize their application stack by lifting and shifting their Java and Spring workloads to Azure.

  • MSMQ and .NET Core

    Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ) is currently not available for .NET Core. While other message queuing systems are generally preferred, many enterprise applications were based on MSMQ and this creates a problem for teams looking to migrate from .NET Framework to .NET Core or the upcoming .NET 5. But a recent pull request for Reference Source may change the situation.

  • MicroProfile GraphQL 1.0 - a New API in the MicroProfile Family

    The MicroProfile community has released MicroProfile GraphQL 1.0, a new standalone API. Joining the three existing standalone APIs - Reactive Streams Operators, Context Propagation and Reactive Messaging - the intent of the MicroProfile GraphQL specification is to “provide a ‘code-first’ set of APIs that will enable users to quickly develop portable GraphQL-based applications in Java.”

  • Fathym Low-Code Platform Now Available in Public Beta

    Now available as a public beta, Fathym is a low-code framework that aims to enable the creation of Azure-based data-driven applications. Fathym also provides support for application orchestration and automated infrastructure management.

  • AWS Launches a No-Code Mobile and Web App Builder in Beta: Amazon Honeycode

    Recently, AWS announced the beta release of Amazon Honeycode, a fully managed service allowing customers to build mobile and web applications without writing any code quickly.

  • CamundaCon Live 2020: Highlights

    Earlier this year, Camunda hosted CamundaCon, an online conference on process automation revolving around Camunda's open-source products. The conference featured multiple use-case sessions on process automation, virtual panels on automation and digital transformation, and technical sessions on microservices orchestration and integrating Camunda products with other technologies.

  • 55th Anniversary of Moore's Law

    April 2020 marks 55 years since Intel co-founder Gordon Moore published ‘Cramming more components onto integrated circuits’. For over 50 years Intel and its competitors kept making Moore’s law come true, but more recently efforts to push down chip feature size have been hitting trouble with limitations in economics and physics that force us to consider what happens in a post Moore’s law world.

  • What's New in MicroProfile 3.3

    The Eclipse Foundation released MicroProfile 3.3 featuring updates to five APIs - Rest Client, Config, Fault Tolerance, Metrics and Health. Other improvements include clarifications and enhancements to specifications and documentation, improved integration among all the MicroProfile APIs, interoperability across different MicroProfile implementations, and a complete set of artifacts for each API.

  • Microsoft Announces General Availability for UI Flows, Enabling Robotic Process Automation

    In a recent blog post, Microsoft announced the general availability (GA) of UI Flows on April 2nd, for customers worldwide. UI Flows is an addition to Power Automate, formerly known as Microsoft Flow, that enables democratized access to automation and workflow. In this this latest release, Microsoft is enabling robotic process automation (RPA) capabilities in the Power Automate service.

  • Benchmarks for Amazon's Graviton2 Arm Processor

    AnandTech has published 'Amazon's Arm-based Graviton2 against AMD and Intel' which includes comprehensive benchmarks across Amazon’s general purpose instances. The cost analysis section describes ‘An x86 Massacre’, as while the pure performance of the Arm chip is generally in the same region as the x86 competitors, its lower price means the price/performance is substantially better.

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