SD Times News Digest: JetBrains Datalore Updates; Testlio launches merged tests; Azure SDK January release
The JetBrains team recently announced new updates to JetBrains Datalore. Among these updates are improvements to the appearance of the View tab, such as
- Larger plots
- Plot configuration has been moved to the left of the tab
- Lets-Plot Library Chart Improvements
Additionally, JetBrains Datalore has added Visualize tab transitions to chart cells, allowing users to more easily customize plots and create multi-layered visualizations on them.
Several other updates have been made, including improvements to storage optimization for responsive mode, hiding cells on a specific worksheet, and rendering scala-datable. To learn more, visit here.
Testlio launches merged tests
Testlio, the network testing organization, recently released merged tests. This type of testing is a combination of expert manual testing and test automation to help engineers and product managers meet increasing customer demands.
Launch of merged tests includes
- Quality engineers on demand
- Automated Testing Ecosystem
- Free Platform Abilities
- Extended customer services
This announcement follows an influx of Series B funding announced in October as well as an annualized revenue rate of more than $20 million. To learn more, visit here.
Azure SDK January release
Microsoft today announced the new Azure SDK release for January. This release brings updates to many libraries, including
- Azure Functions for .NET
- Cloud-native events with Event Grid for Java
Additionally, stable releases this month include Azure Cosmos DB for Java, Azure Tables for .NET and Java, Azure MonitorQuery for .NET, and several others. This month also brings many betas, including Azure Form Recognizer for Java, Identity for Go, and Schema Registry Avro for .NET.
For a full list of releases, see here.