This tech news roundup covers the acquisition of Tableau by Salesforce and releases of Apache NetBeans 11.1 and Apple iOS 13 Beta 5.
The CRM software giant Salesforce recently wrapped up the acquisition of Tableau- a Seattle-headquartered business intelligence tool. The company spent a whopping amount of $15.7 billion on this deal.
Though, Salesforce had announced its plan to buy Tableau in early June this year. Also, this deal marks Salesforce’s most significant acquisition to date. Both the companies did confirm in a press statement that this acquisition would enhance their ability to support organizations with their digital transformation initiative. They even cited a figure from the International Data Corporation that in 2022, organizations will invest $1.8 Trillion on digital transformation services.
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Apache recently released NetBeans 11.1 version. It is the first release of the new quarterly release cycle. It comes with Java EE 8 support and the capability to integrate with Payara and GlassFish Java servers.
Apache NetBeans 11.1 is the long-term support version. Below are some of the updates and features of this latest framework:
Developers of desktop and mobile applications can leverage the NetBeans IDE to create and debug apps before deploying them to the app stores.
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Apple released the fifth beta of iOS 13 to developers. This update brings new bug fixes and several notable iOS 13 and iPadOS features and changes.
What is new in iOS 13 beta 5?
iPad Home Screen
You can set the home screen app grid to change the icon size to smaller or bigger. The ‘Bigger’ setting revels about 20 larger app icons, while the ‘More’ setting shows up to 30 smaller app icons.
Home App Backgrounds
The new set of built-in background versions have six new atmospheric color splashes replacing 3-color gradients.
The share sheet now has clean looks with various typography icons. It contains additional sections for your ‘Favorite’ shortcuts, currently opened apps, and ‘Other Actions.’
Other features and improvements