Mozilla, Fastly, Intel, and Red Hat launch secure development alliance
The Bytecode Alliance is an open-source community that will build on the standards set by the WebAssembly
Google announces plans to flag slow-loading websites
Implementation of the plans could seriously hurt a website's ability to attract business
Why Web 3.0's 'data democratisation' is a boon for business
GDPR wants to hand more power to data subjects, and Web 3.0 is gearing up to capitalise on that
App Dev challenges and opportunities in 6 charts
Demand for application development is at an all-time high, so what are businesses doing to adapt?
Twitter kills support for third-party clients
The company pins decision to remove crucial APIs on "technical and business constraints"
Apple fixes the 2018 MacBook Pro's throttling problem
Software update aims to kill bug that renders machine slower than 2017's model
GitHub now warns you about flaws affecting your Python code
Code repository will also offer admins fixes from the developer community
Microsoft bought GitHub to rebuild devs trust, says new CEO
Devs won’t be forced to use Microsoft logins, says ex-Xamarin boss
Coders enticed by Silicon Valley-backed languages
Java remains the most popular among employers, Go, Rust and Swift are winning over developers
Things are developing in web development
In the latest instalment in his SMB voyage of discovery column, Jason Slater turns his attention to web development.
RIM unveils new BlackBerry web dev tools
Web application development in Eclipse and Visual Studio is now supported.
BBC set for iPlayer overhaul
Auntie reveals plans for Live Mesh-based upgrade to the popular video and audio on-demand service.
Opera develops search engine for web developers
According to the MAMA system, the average web page has 47 markup errors and some 80 per cent of sites use CSS.