The latest developments in the tech space have brought forth a range of exciting updates. Here’s a rundown of some of the most interesting small announcements we’ve come across in recent days.
Bitwarden, the software company, has announced a new developer toolkit called Passwordless.dev. The API offers support for integration of FIDO2 WebAuthn-based passkeys into websites and enterprise apps. Additionally, the company has also unveiled a free version of Passwordless.dev that’s expected to support up to 10,000 monthly users.
Parasoft has announced the new version (2023.1) of its Jtest and DTP testing solution for Java developers. With the latest edition, DevOps managers can leverage AI-supported JUnit test functions. The release also comes integrated with the Visual Studio Code IDE.
Postman has unveiled the first beta version of its Visual Studio Code Extension. The release aims to tackle the development of the core API client, offering improved functionality that allows for API requests to be sent across multiple protocols from within Visual Studio Code.
Google has announced that its tool Colab, or “Colaboratory,” will soon be integrating AI-powered coding capabilities. The update will be built on top of Google’s family of code models called Codey. Developers can write and run their Python code in browsers, whilst Codey is a family of code models built on top of PaLM 2.
The Microsoft development team has introduced Deopt Explorer – a VS Code extension introduced by V8 that can analyze generated trace logs. The software is currently available for download on the Visual Studio Marketplace and is open source on GitHub.
These small but significant software updates will pave the way for significant advancements in a range of industries. Whether you’re a developer or an enthusiast, keeping up-to-date with these releases is key to staying informed about the latest software advancements.