DevContentOps Weekly News Roundup Jun 21 2024


Welcome to the latest edition of the DevContentOps Weekly News Roundup. We update you on the latest news and hot stories related to DevOps, Content Management, Content Marketing and Web Development.

DevOps News

Datadog Launches New App Builder for DevSecOps Teams

Monitoring and security platform Datadog has announced the general availability of Datadog App Builder. The new app enables teams to rapidly create self-service applications and integrate them securely into their monitoring stacks.

Gearset Unveils Platform Enhancements and New CI/CD Offering

Salesforce DevOps platform Gearset has unveiled a host of new features. These include improvements to data management, metadata comparison, deployment visibility, and the launch of a new CI/CD solution.

Content Management News

Webflow Appoints Linda Tong as CEO, Vlad Magdalin to Remain as Chief Innovation Officer

Visual website builder Webflow has appointed Linda Tong as CEO and shifted former CEO Vlad Magdalin to the role of Chief Innovation Officer. 

Websparks Partners with Directus for Headless CMS

Digital solutions provider Websparks has partnered with the open-source headless CMS platform Directus. The new partnership will help Websparks to deliver dynamic, scalable, and tailored digital experiences. 

Netlify Announces Adobe Experience Manager Headless Integration

Modern web development platform Netlify has added a new Adobe Experience Manager integration. This latest integration will enable AEM users to migrate seamlessly from monolithic to composable structures.

Content Marketing News

5 Slick Moves to Dominate B2B Email Marketing

This CMSWire article explores how marketers can stand out in B2B marketing campaigns. 

Building a Lead Generation Plan

Search Engine Journal provides a guide for building trust and attracting subscribers who convert into leads.

Web Development News

Poolside Is Raising $400M+ at a $2B Valuation to Build a Supercharged Coding Co-pilot

Generative AI company Poolside is raising funds to help build tools that speed up software development. The startup plans to raise at least $400 million, with a post-money valuation of $2 billion.

Htmx 2.0.0 Has Been Released

The latest release for Htmx has occurred. It will end support for Internet Explorer and tighten up some defaults. However, it doesn’t change most of the library's core functionality or core API.


Topics: News