Viktor Goltvyanytsya, director, Objective-c, Python and AS3 developer.
We are focused on apps planning and development, mobile services implementation, development of extensions for Adobe Creative Suite family of applications
Cloud Functions: Go 1.11 is now a supported language
Since releasing Node.js and Python as supported languages for Google Cloud Functions this summer, our team has been hard at work. Today, we're excited to announce support for Go on Cloud Functions. Now in beta, the runtime uses the latest version, Go 1.11, which includes new language features like modules for integrating third-party dependencies into your code. Starting today, you can write Go functions that scale dynamically in response to load and integrate seamlessly with Google Cloud...
Get Go-ing with Cloud Functions: Go 1.11 is now a supported language | via @google #GoogleCloud https://t.co/ycfWMRX3kQ
Amazon Introduces AWS RoboMaker for Building Intelligent Robotic Applications
At the recent AWS re:Invent 2018 conference, Amazon introduced AWS RoboMaker , a service that simplifies the development, testing and deployment of intelligent robotic applications at scale. RoboMaker includes extensions for the Robot Operating System (ROS) that enable cloud connectivity to AWS to take advantage of machine learning, cognitive, monitoring and analytics services. Traditionally, it has been difficult to build robotic applications due to fragmented tooling for development,...
Amazon Introduces AWS RoboMaker for Building Intelligent Robotic Applications | via @infoq https://t.co/GyAA4a0cpB
firebase/quickstart-ios: Firebase Quickstart Samples for iOS
Firebase Quickstarts for iOS A collection of quickstart samples demonstrating the Firebase APIs on iOS. Each sample contains targetsfor both Objective-C and Swift. For more information, see https://firebase.google.com Samples You can open each of the following samples as an Xcode project, and runthem on a mobile device or a simulator. Simply install the pods and openthe .xcworkspace file to see the project in Xcode. $ pod install --repo-update$ open your-project.xcworkspace When doing so you...
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