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Apple developers generate 229 billion euros through App Store

Apple developers generate 229 billion euros through App Store

According to Apple, app developers have brought in a total of over 229 billion euros ($260 billion) in revenue through the Apple App Store since 2008. In its data summary, Apple indicates that 2020 closed with a total amount of 176 billion euros earned since 2008. 2021 closed with 229 billion eu... Read more

date11 months ago
Terraform 1.1 Improves refactoring and the Cloud CLI experience

Terraform 1.1 Improves refactoring and the Cloud CLI experience

The new release offers easier and safer refactoring and improves the CLI for Terraform Cloud and Enterprise. This week HashiCorp announced the release of HashiCorp Terraform 1.1. The new version is available for download as well as for use in HashiCorp Terraform Cloud. Korinne Alpers, HashiC... Read more

date12 months ago
Google lowers Google Play commission on commercial apps

Google lowers Google Play commission on commercial apps

Google is lowering the commission on subscriptions and goods sold through Google Play apps. Third-party developers may be able to make more money from their applications as a result. There has been quite a bit of noise around the mobile app stores of both Google and Apple for some time. Many dev... Read more

date1 year ago
VMware previews App Dev platform for Kubernetes

VMware previews App Dev platform for Kubernetes

VMware has unveiled a Tanzu Application Platform that gives developers a framework to build applications that can be run on clusters that are running a distribution of Kubernetes. Microsoft and VMware have also unveiled an enterprise-tier version of a Spring framework that can be used to build J... Read more

date1 year ago
Amazon MemoryDB by AWS is now generally available

Amazon MemoryDB by AWS is now generally available

Amazon Web Services announced the general availability of Amazon MemoryDB for Redis, a managed in-memory database the company says will simplify the application development process. Enterprise applications have different data access speed requirements. For instance, a revenue forecasting tool ma... Read more

date1 year ago
Low-code and no-code still need highly involved IT departments

Low-code and no-code still need highly involved IT departments

Low-code and no-code tools are everywhere in the market these days. At their best, they present an opportunity to unlock the powers of code, usually reserved for specialized individuals with tons of training, and allowing regular folks to build and launch apps without involving IT departments. H... Read more

date1 year ago
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