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Apple’s new processors give it more power over developers on the Mac

Apple’s new processors give it more power over developers on the Mac

The change, which Apple announced at its WWDC developer event, is no small thing. Software written for today’s Mac computers will no longer work unless it’s adapted for the new language. Apple said the change will take two years to complete, and announced software tools such as “Rosetta 2” that will allow programs to run …

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Developers Making the Most Money Among Freelancers on Upwork

According to a study by eBiz Facts, it still remains a profitable career for freelance developers to earn the highest pay. The study surveyed over 2 million Upwork freelancer profiles and ranked them on who earns the highest amount of money. The study was based on the highest paid freelancers on Upwork 2020 who have …

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Bridging SEO and web development: How to get developers on your side

The success of any given campaign can depend on your team’s ability to get buy-in from the right individuals. Sometimes, it’s upper management and other times it’s your web developer counterparts who are likely juggling their own set of priorities. “The ultimate goal is the same,” said Jenny Jiang, SEO developer for design and engineering …

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SameSite requirements for cookies: What SEOs and developers need to know

As part of ongoing efforts to improve browser safety, the Chrome development team announced a new implementation of SameSite attributes and requirements regarding cookies. The new code uses a more stringent ‘secure-by-default’ model for getting and setting values on the browser. The difference is an enforced SameSite value of ‘None’ plus Secure in third-party cookie …

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Facebook rolls out updates to its App Dashboard, giving developers more control over app permissions

Facebook rolls out updates to its App Dashboard, giving developers more control over app permissions

Facebook’s app permissions dashboard. Facebook on Tuesday announced new tools in the App Dashboard to help streamline the app review process for developers. The updates will enable app developers to only request the necessary permissions for apps. The new tools will also help Facebook better understand how developers are using and accessing its platform, the …

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Chromebooks will let developers more easily sideload Android apps with Chrome OS 80

Chromebooks are able to run Android apps, but mostly just ones from the Google Play Store — if you wanted to install something that’s not officially sanctioned, you’d generally need to flip your device into a far less secure Developer Mode and/or beam it over from a tethered phone. That won’t be the case with …

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Microsoft launches two new open source projects for developers — OAM and Dapr

Continuing its embracing of open source, Microsoft has today announced two new open source projects. The first is Open Application Model (OAM), a new standard for developing and operating applications on Kubernetes and other platforms The second project is Dapr (Distributed Application Runtime), designed to make it easier to build microservice applications. Microsoft says that …

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How to survey your software developers about their tools

In any engineering organization, it’s important to balance investments in product development with those in tooling and other productivity enablers. It can be easy to slip into a mindset of focusing solely on new products and features, but the reality is that developer productivity, efficiency, and happiness also impact a business’s bottom line. But if …

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Top 8 Dnn Development tips for Web Developers – Techcolite

DotNetNuke (DNN) is an open-source CMS application designed particularly for the asp.net system. The application is entirely extensible and good with multiple platforms, empowering to utilize different topics and packages. DNN being a CMS recorded in asp.net, is currently accessible in the variant, 9.1.1. The sole reason for the application is to make and maintain …

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Not just a barking dog: Open-source developers grow to embrace software as a service

The open-source movement has a history that captures both its community spirit and renegade impact. Sometimes, that history even involves a yapping animal. In Linux, the “biff” command notifies users when mail arrives and identifies the deliverer. Was “biff” a cleverly conceived acronym for a remarkably sophisticated programming language? No. It was named after a …

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Microsoft Looking For Help From Linux Developers to Port Edge to Linux

Microsoft’s Edge web browser has received generally positive reviews, and has proven to be a worthy successor to Internet Explorer and a solid contender among modern browsers. In December 2018, Microsoft announced its intention to abandon EdgeHTML as the browser’s rendering engine in favor of Chromium, the same rendering engine Google Chrome uses. In the …

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