IBM Cloud Functions now natively supports Go. You can easily write function and process the input and the output with normal parameters and return values.
The monitoring of IBM Cloud Functions is easier than ever with our new IBM Cloud Monitoring service integration. From now on, you can get insights on cold or warm starts, action invocation failures, and action concurrency characteristics.
We are happy to announce that you can develop Python Actions using Python 3.7. You can use this version of Python by specifying the runtime in the CLI with "--kind python:3.7" or selecting Python 3 in the UI when creating a new Action.
With IBM Cloud App ID’s Cloud Directory feature, you can add sign-up and sign-in to your mobile or web apps and create a user registry to manage users. Cloud Directory supports sending email messages to your users to verify their email address, allows them to reset their password, and more.
Do you need to select the right technologies to build the next productivity app in your application backlog? Get your hands dirty with those technologies before you start your build. Download the CloudCoins wellness app and use the git repo to tinker under the hood.