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Support JavaScript in MySQL useful, but still risky

Support JavaScript in MySQL useful, but still risky

Oracle recently released a "JavaScript stored procedures" preview in MySQL 8.2. However, developers should be careful, as experts and Oracle point out. The JavaScript stored procedures are executed by the GraalVM runtime, which supports both JavaScript and Java. These procedures allow developers... Read more

date4 months ago
‘Apple’s Objective-C is reaching end of life’

‘Apple’s Objective-C is reaching end of life’

The Objective-C programming language appears to be reaching end of life, according to research by JetBrains. Its usage is the lowest of any programming language, and developers plan to stop using it altogether by 2024. JavaScript is the most popular programming language. JetBrains' survey shows ... Read more

date6 months ago
Fermyon: What’s Up With Wasm?

Fermyon: What’s Up With Wasm?

Wasm is what’s up. In terms of the hot technologies discussed at any of the major enterprise IT shows being staged this year, WebAssembly (often written as Wasm and typically pronounced ‘wass-em’ in Europe and ‘wazzum’ in North America) has been bubbling up since it was conceived in 2015 ... Read more

date12 months ago
Progress updates Telerik and Kendo UI

Progress updates Telerik and Kendo UI

Progress launched the R1 2023 releases of Telerik and Kendo UI for .NET and JavaScript libraries. The updates should help developers build digital experiences on multiple platforms more efficiently. Progress said the new releases bring functionality for advanced customization and application acc... Read more

date1 year ago
GitHub simplifies code vulnerability scanning

GitHub simplifies code vulnerability scanning

With only a few clicks, developers can configure code scanning for a repository using the new default setup introduced by GitHub. Although GitHub's code scanning is powered by the CodeQL code analysis engine, which supports a wide range of languages and compilers, the new option is only availabl... Read more

date1 year ago
New phishing threats exploit zero-day vulnerabilities in Windows

New phishing threats exploit zero-day vulnerabilities in Windows

Recent phishing attacks use a zero-day Windows vulnerability to drop the Qbot malware without displaying Windows' usual security warnings, BleepingComputer reports. When users download files from an 'untrusted' remote location, such as an Internet website or an email attachment, Windows adds a s... Read more

date2 years ago
InfluxData updates InfluxDB across the board

InfluxData updates InfluxDB across the board

InfluxData, the developer of InfluxDB, announced numerous product updates and enhancements during its annual developer and community event, InfluxDays 2022. The new features include Flux 1.0, Telegraph Custom Builder and InfluxDB Script Editor. The updates aim to support developers working on ti... Read more

date2 years ago
Node.js 19 is now generally available

Node.js 19 is now generally available

The Node.js team recently released Node.js 19. The update aims to modernize the V8 JavaScript engine to version 10.7 while making HTTP(s)/1.1 KeepAlive default. The V8 JavaScript engine brings the latest version of Intl.NumberFormat to JavaScript API and allows developers to establish reusable f... Read more

date2 years ago
TypeScript 4.9 beta is live, but ECMAScript Decorators are missing

TypeScript 4.9 beta is live, but ECMAScript Decorators are missing

The beta of TypeScript 4.9 is available, including substantial enhancements such as the new 'satisfies' operator. However, ECMAScript Decorators, which were scheduled for this release, are likely to be delayed. TypeScript 4.9 will be available as a release candidate on November 1 and as a final ... Read more

date2 years ago
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