Month: September 2020

Apple Open Sources System, Swift Library Interfacing With System-level API

System is a low-level library Apple introduced at its last WWDC conference to provide an idiomatic and type-safe interface to system calls and currency types which are usually available at the OS level. In keeping with Apple's aim to push Swift as a cross-platform development ecosystem, System has been source to make it easier for programmers to contribute to its further development across platforms.

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Amazon Cloudwatch Dashboards Supports Sharing

AWS recently introduced the ability to share Amazon CloudWatch Dashboards with users who do not have access to the AWS account. This feature opens up new use cases for dashboards, including sharing metrics and information on big screens, or embed real-time information in public pages.

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Microsoft Releases Bridge to Kubernetes

Earlier this week, Microsoft released Bridge to Kubernetes, a Visual Studio extension that allows developers to write, test and debug microservice code locally while consuming dependencies from a Kubernetes environment. The purpose of this extension is to simplify microservices development by eliminating the need for extra assets such as a Dockerfile or Kubernetes manifests.

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Google Engineer Tailors Swift for Windows

The vision for Swift to become a cross-platform programming language has moved one step further with the introduction of a Swift toolchain for Windows 10. Early adopters can now use Swift to create Windows 10 programs that interoperate through the C ABI with existing libraries available on the platform.

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