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Java 21 by Microsoft, Typescript new Version and Much more – Dev news, 6th Oct

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“Hello Devs”! Here are the top developer’s news summaries for you.

πŸ”₯ Better Productivity in C# VS Code Dev
πŸ‘‰ Java 21 by Microsoft
πŸ‘‰ Typescripts this version is in Beta
πŸ€– AWS will Train Your organization’s data
And much more in today’s short news summaries for developers.

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πŸ’ͺ Work with Framework

πŸ”₯ C# Development in VS Code is Skyrocketing due to this New Plugin

Microsoft has announced the General Availability of C# Dev Kit, a Visual Studio Code extension that improves editor-first C# development experience to Linux, macOS, and Windows.

The C# Dev Kit leverages the core C# language services and delivers additional productivity value to developers

Source: C# Dev Kit – Now Generally Available


πŸ’» TypeScript 5.3 is in Beta

TypeScript 5.3 is now available in beta. This version aims to support updates to an import attributes proposal for ECMAScript modules.

A few of the updates in the versions are, Better switch statement, resolution-mode attribute for import type, typescript inlay hints, and much more. Read More on the source on CodersTea.

Source: TypeScript 5.3 adds support for import attributes


β˜•οΈ Java Shava πŸ•Ί

β˜•οΈ Java 21 by Microsoft

Microsoft has started shipping the Java 21 builds for free. Available from learn.microsoft.com,the Microsoft Build of OpenJDK 21 is available for Linux, Windows, and Mac.

In elaborating on Oracle’s publishing of Java 21, which occurred on September 19, Microsoft said the release contains features that set it apart from previous Java versions.

Source: Microsoft ships Java 21 builds


☁️ Cloud and You

πŸͺ¨ Train AI with your Company Data with AWS Bedrock, now GA

Amazon has announced the General availability of Amazon Bedrock. This service helps you train AI with Orgs data with agents.

Agents for Amazon Bedrock is a new capability for developers to create generative AI applications that complete tasks. The latest feature now will allow developers to securely connect foundation models (FMs) to their company’s data sources using agents.

Source: Amazon Bedrock Is Now Generally Available


πŸ’ On the other hand

🌎 WCAG 2.2 by W3c

The W3C has announced the approval of the latest version of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), which is a set of recommendations that web developers should follow to make their websites more accessible.

WCAG 2.2 adds nine new success criteria. A few of the focused criteria are better keyboard support, better support for accessibility, and size targets. Read on the source for more details.

Source: WC3 publishes new version of its web accessibility standard, WCAG 2.2


I Just Came Across This πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈ

πŸ—žοΈ One Liner FYI ℹ️

πŸ”₯ Microsoft’s faster and redesigned Teams app now available for Windows and Mac

πŸ“ˆ Netflix is planning to raise prices… again

πŸ“± Introducing Vivaldi on iOS


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β˜•οΈ Java Shava πŸ•Ί“, The Dancing Stage for Java Developers.

“🀝 United by Programming” is all about programming language updates.

“πŸ’ͺ Work with Framework” is a bucket filled with frameworks we use.

“πŸ› οΈ You Tool” is a group for IDEs, editors, or any tools devs use.

“☁️ Cloud and You” will be all about cloud news such as from AWS, Google Cloud, or Azure.

“😈 Server Maniac” wants to grab all the server content such as Kafka, Databases, Kubernetes, and more.

“πŸ’β€β™‚οΈ On the other hand” will deal with content that doesn’t fit a particular genre.

I Just Came Across This πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈ” is just random news I encountered.

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