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 Java.

Alpine.js mixes Vue, React, and minimalism

Microsoft’s Scalar speeds up Git

Microsoft’s Scalar speeds up Git

Free open source app for Windows and macOS accelerates Git commands for large repositories

GitHub CLI brings GitHub to the command line

GitHub CLI brings GitHub to the command line

Command-line interface to the code hosting platform can be used for issues and pull requests

Oracle v. Google Java copyright battle enters final round

Oracle v. Google Java copyright battle enters final round

Oracle has filed an argument brief with the Supreme Court in advance of the March 24 court date

Angular 10 will emphasize Ivy artifacts, polishing

Angular 10 will emphasize Ivy artifacts, polishing

The next version of Angular will likely focus on moving libraries from the View Engine compiler to Ivy

TypeScript 3.8 release candidate arrives

TypeScript 3.8 release candidate arrives

Improving JavaScript import syntax, the next version of TypeScript will provide more fine-grained control over imports and elisions

Swift language targets machine learning

Swift language targets machine learning

Swift 6 roadmap also emphasizes expressive and elegant APIs and ‘fantastic’ development experience

What’s new in Microsoft Visual Studio Code 1.42

What’s new in Microsoft Visual Studio Code 1.42

Microsoft updates Visual Studio Code monthly. Keep track of the latest new features and improvements in this changelog

JDK 14: The new features in Java 14

JDK 14: The new features in Java 14

Flight recorder event streaming, switch expressions, NVM support, and records are slated for the next version of standard Java

What’s new in Angular: Angular 9 arrives, Angular 10 due in May

What’s new in Angular: Angular 9 arrives, Angular 10 due in May

Angular 9’s Ivy compiler and runtime promises greater speed, smaller bundle sizes, faster testing, and better debugging

Hidden classes could be coming to Java

Hidden classes could be coming to Java

A JDK Enhancement Proposal says introducing hidden classes in Java could make other JVM languages more efficient

Most developers know JavaScript — and want to know Go

Most developers know JavaScript — and want to know Go

HackerRank developer survey finds JavaScript most-known, Go most-wanted to learn, and full-stack development skills most-wanted in the job market

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