Halfway through each month, our newsletter for developers: The Dev Times, brings three reads that our own developers found interesting on the web, and two Transloadit updates that may interest you.

GitHub CLI 1.0 is now available

GitHub has released GitHub CLI 1.0, their new command-line tool. Never again will CLI fanatics have to visit the GitHub web interface in order to check on build status, or to review, approve, and merge PRs. It is available to use on repositories hosted on GitHub Enterprise Server 2.2 and above. Read the post ›

Declarative Kiosk systems built with NixOS

Software engineer Matthew Bauer announced a project he’s been working on for the last few weeks. He called it Nixiosk, which is a kind of smashing together of the words NixOS and Kiosk. The idea is to have an easy way to make locked down, declarative systems. This is useful for making systems that do video conferencing, digital signage, information displays, internet kiosks, and more. Right now, only Raspberry Pi 0-4 are supported. Check it out ›

NVIDIA Maxine - Cloud-AI video-streaming platform

NVIDIA Maxine is a fully-accelerated platform for developers to build and deploy AI-powered features in video conferencing services using state-of-the-art models that run in the cloud. This includes the latest innovations from NVIDIA research such as face alignment, gaze correction, face re-lighting, real-time translation, noise removal, closed captioning, and virtual assistants. Read more ›

Companion 2.0

We are happy to announce version 2.0 of Companion! After maintaining and improving the 1.x series for over a year, we’re now releasing a new major version of the Companion package. This release is mainly focused on fixing terminology inconsistencies and aligning with Node.js LTS to ease the maintenance burden. This means you now need at least Node.js 10.20.1 to run Companion. We've also made some changes to the redirect URIs supplied during the OAuth process. Check it out ›

Meet our new /vimeo/store Robot

We'd like to introduce the newest member of our Robot family: the /vimeo/store Robot. You can use it to export your encoding results straight to Vimeo. Note that /vimeo/store only accepts videos. Since Vimeo works with OAuth, you will need to first generate credentials in Transloadit's web interface in order to use this Robot. Read more ›