Glad to have you back for this week's IBM i Pulse! Each week we'll take a deeper look at the latest IBM i and Profound Logic news.
From Our Experts:
- Ted Holt has two new articles for IT Jungle; Refactoring RPG - Indicators and Beefing Up the Job Log.
Profound Logic News:
- Profound UI Version 6 is now available! Check out what we have updated.
- Profound UI now offers a new Offline Mode for our Profound Mobile clients.
- See the 6 Top Features of Profound UI Version 6 with Alex Roytman and Liam Allan.
- Profound Logic's Genie tool gives you the ability to Detect your Sub-Files.
- Here are the Top 10 Visual Designer Version 6 Tips and Tricks with this Profound Pro Tip.
Apple, IBM Add Machine Learning to Partnership with Watson-Core ML Coupling by Ron Miller
Over the last few years, Apple and IBM have been working closely together which included IBM sharing its enterprise expertise with Apple and Apple sharing its design sense with IBM. Together these companies have built hundreds of enterprise apps that run on iOS devices. Recently, the two companies took their relationship to the next level by announcing they will be providing a way to combine Watson's machine learning with Apple's Core ML... making business apps more intelligent.
General Manager for IBM Partnerships and Alliances, Mahmoud Naghshineh spoke on the partnership, "Apple developers need a way to quickly and easily build these apps and leverage the cloud where it’s delivered. [The partnership] lets developers take advantage of the Core ML integration."
IBM and Apple's partnership has always been to use analytics and data to create new business processes, by taking existing approaches and re-engineering them for mobile devices.
A View Into How Some Node.js Projects Address Security Challenges by Mike Samuel
The growing popularity of Node.js has come from the community of developers and library authors and has been built around a well-maintained core run-time and library set. With this popularity comes more attention from cyber attackers. The Node.js Security Roadmap discusses how Node.js projects can address challenges and make it easier to address security challenges that might come up.
This roadmap was designed by computer security professionals who happen to be Node.js enthusiasts and not of any one organization. The roadmap aims to keep the Node.js community aware of best practices to help prevent security issues before they happen. Planning ahead for potential security issues is one of the most important things a company can do, but finding specifics on what to do can be difficult. That is where the Node.js Security Roadmap comes into play.