SD Times news digest: Flutter Dart DevTools, AWS Porting Assistant for .NET, and Google’s Smart Home Analytics

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Flutter announced a new version of Dart DevTools, a suite of tools for debugging and performance analysis for dart and Flutter code. 

The new release adds updates to the performance and memory pages, and a completely new network page.

“One major benefit of choosing Flutter is that selecting a distribution model is something we can do after we’ve written the code, rather than the first decision we have to make,” the Flutter team wrote in a blog post.

AWS Porting Assistant for .NET
AWS announced the Porting Assistant for .NET, a new tool that helps customers analyze and port their .NET Framework applications to .NET Core running on Linux.

The offering is able to assess both the application source code and the full tree of public API and BuGet package dependencies to identify those that are incompatible with .NET Core. 

Developers will need to install the .NET Core 3.1 SDK and create a credential profile, which is  used to collect compatibility information on the public APIs and packages. 

Additional details on how to get started with the new tool are available here.

Apache Samza 1.5 released
The new release brings Samza Container Placements API, which gives users the ability to move or restart one or more containers, and Job Runner will now submit Samza job to Yarn RM without executing any user code.

Samza provides leading support for large-scale stateful stream processin

This release contains backward incompatible changes regarding samza job submission.

Additional details are available here.

Enhanced Smart Home Analytics
Google announced that it’s releasing enhanced analytics and logging for Smart Home Actions, which enables users to more quickly identify and respond to errors or quality issues that may rise. 

These metrics help you quantify the health and usage of your Action, and gain insight into how users engage with your Action.

Users can view execution types and device traits used, the number of daily users and request counts, user query response latency, and the success rate for Smart Home engagements. 

Additional details are available here.

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