Paul Krill

Editor at Large

Paul Krill is an editor at large at InfoWorld, focusing on coverage of application development (desktop and mobile) and core Web technologies such as HTML5, Java, and Flash.

Firefox 61 brings code inspection to web developers

What’s new in TypeScript 2.9

What’s new in TypeScript 2.9

The new Version 2.9 of the JavaScript superset adds support for object literals and numeric types—but also can break your existing code

What’s new in Google’s V8 JavaScript engine Version 6.7

What’s new in Google’s V8 JavaScript engine Version 6.7

The V8 Version 6.7 beta focuses focuses on language features and security

What’s new in Microsoft’s Visual Studio 2017

What’s new in Microsoft’s Visual Studio 2017

Version 15.7 arrives for better C++ and XAML support, while the new Version 15.8 beta brings Docker support

Java roadmap: Eclipse’s Jakarta EE enterprise Java takes shape

Java roadmap: Eclipse’s Jakarta EE enterprise Java takes shape

The Eclipse Foundation outlines the 39 projects that will make up the new cloud-native, microservices-friendly enterprise Java effort, and how GlassFish will evolve

What’s new in Rust 1.26

What’s new in Rust 1.26

Feature-packed Rust 1.26 delivers faster compile times, existential types, basic slice patterns, and refinements to file reading and the Cargo package manager

What’s new in Microsoft .Net Core

What’s new in Microsoft .Net Core

.Net Core 2.1 promises better build performance and several other improvements for developers

What’s new in Google’s Android Studio

What’s new in Google’s Android Studio

Google’s beta development suite for mobile apps supports the Android App Bundle format to reduce app size

Linux for developers is coming to Chrome OS

Linux for developers is coming to Chrome OS

A virtual machine will run Linux in a forthcoming beta Chrome OS for Pixelbook users

What’s new in Google’s Flutter mobile dev framework

What’s new in Google’s Flutter mobile dev framework

The first beta release is now available for Android and iOS developers

What’s new for developers in Android P

What’s new for developers in Android P

Kotlin, machine learning, and greater app compatibility get attention in the latest Google developer tools

Java will no longer have ‘major’ releases

Java will no longer have ‘major’ releases

The twice-yearly Java releases will get new version numbers, but they won’t have the degree of change that whole version numbers have historically indicated

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