This feature started on the date: 2016-06-01 with this intro: Web Share Target is a proposed web API to enable a web site to receive shared data from other sites or apps. Many modern operating systems have a “share” concept, where the user gets to pick an app to receive the shared data. The goal… Read More »
The good news for Google Chrome users come from here: We are excited to announce a collaboration between Google Cloud and Cisco to create an open cloud hybrid architecture to meet you where you are on your cloud journey. Whether using on-premises, cloud-native or any configuration of hybrid cloud computing, Google Cloud and Cisco will… Read More »
A few hours ago a new version of the go programming language was released. The latest version of Go, version 1.11 comes with the changes and deployment for the tool, runtime, and libraries version. Go 1.11 adds an experimental port to WebAssembly (js/wasm). Go 1.11 adds preliminary support for a new concept called modules like… Read More »
Events organized by Google are still ongoing and reveals the degree of involvement and desire to assimilate new people. Take a look at the google events page. Another way to get involved is I/O Extended events.
The team development tells us about Pony programming language : Pony is an object-oriented, actor-model, capabilities-secure programming language. It’s object-oriented because it has classes and objects, like Python, Java, C++, and many other languages. It’s actor-model because it has actors (similar to Erlang or Akka). These behave like objects, but they can also execute code… Read More »
The ASP.NET team come with this new experimental .NET web framework named Blazor. The source code can be found on GitHub. This framework using C#/Razor and HTML that runs in the browser with WebAssembly. The Blazor framework uses only the latest web standards, no plugins or transpilation needed and come with these features: A component… Read More »
This is a news and a simple fix tutorial about this tool. The Snort tool version 18.104.22.168 for Windows is easy to install and use it. You can download it from here. First, you need to create an account to the official website to download the rules and also to use the winpcap tool. You need… Read More »
As you well know, this IDE comes with many features, see wikipedia page: Spyder (formerly Pydee) is an open-source cross-platform integrated development environment (IDE) for scientific programming in the Python language. Spyder integrates NumPy, SciPy, Matplotlib, and IPython, as well as other open source software. It is released under the MIT license. Six days ago,… Read More »