Web Development stories - Page 2
AWS RoboMaker supports future of robotics development
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is venturing deeper in the world of robotics services for developers with the launch of AWS RoboMaker.
How Sony is using distributed learning to create enterprise AI
The results of this experiment demonstrate that learning/execution carried out using Neural Network Libraries can achieve world-class speeds.
Adobe and WPP collaborate to scale content production and design
As brands continue their transitions into experience-driven businesses, they’ll increasingly look to their agency partners to help solve major challenges.
Progress keeps UI development accessible with latest release
Progress’ Kendo UI offers full support for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 compliance.
CA Technologies joins EU 'privacy by design' research project
CA Technologies is one of eight technology partners that will shape a European research project designed to facilitate software privacy by design.
AU companies clean up at ServiceNow application comp in Vegas
ServiceNow's Knowledge18 is ongoing this week with Australian companies taking two of the three top spots in the application creation competition.
Report shows app dev causing crisis for digital transformation
Digital transformation has been cited as the reason why half of the companies on the Fortune 500 have failed since 2000 - this report explains why.
Low-code or no-code: Gartner releases new high-productivity app development Quadrant
Solutions in this new category provide application development, deployment and execution in the cloud using a low-code or no-code approach.
The low-code platform helping to coordinate a navy
Do you remember playing Battleship? It was fun and made the task of coordinating a navy look easy.
The low-code platform allowing all developers to build secure, scalable apps
Businesses want to deliver mobile apps faster but are being hindered by budget, time and skills.
45% of APAC companies to create at least 25 apps in 2017 - can you keep up?
45% of the companies surveyed from the Asia-Pacific region with more than 5,000 employees intend to build at least 25 apps in 2017.
Dot the i, cross the t
When a newly developed website approaches launch day, words are frequently the last element to be considered and are often overlooked entirely.