news digest: HCL Domino Volt, Google and Apple on COVID-19 technology, and Airbrake raises $11 million – SD Times


HCL Technologies announced a ubiquitous accessibility of HCL Domino Volt, a low-code capability built on a HCL Domino platform. 

According to a company, technical developers “can build apps adult to 70% faster and well extend them with integrations, customized CSS, JavaScript, and REST APIs.”

“With this release, we are lenient a business users closest to daily processes and issues to build their possess apps that not usually solve their hurdles though align with their business processes and workflows,” pronounced Darren Oberst, CVP and conduct of HCL Software. 

More information is accessible here.

Google and Apple partner on COVID-19 hit tracing technology
Google and Apple announced a corner bid to capacitate a use of Bluetooth record to assistance governments and health agencies revoke a widespread of a virus, with user remoteness and confidence executive to a design.

The resolution includes APIs and OS-level record to support in enabling hit tracing. 

In May, both companies will recover APIs that capacitate interoperability between Android and iOS inclination regulating apps from open health authorities. Secondly, a companies will work together to capacitate a broader hit tracing platform. 

Additional sum are available here.

Airbrake raises $11 million
Airbrake lifted $11 million to serve a focus blunder monitoring height from Elsewhere Partners.

Airbrake offers real-time blunder monitoring for a end-to-end focus smoke-stack to urge a potency of CI/CD. 

“We’re vehement to continue nurturing a clever relations Airbrake has built with business in a developer community,” pronounced Treb Ryan, a CEO of Airbrake. “Once dev teams try Airbrake, they expose real-world errors opposite a whole resolution that they never knew existed.”

Additional sum are accessible here.

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