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AngularJS Project Setup: A Step-by-Step Guide

by (September 21, 2015)

AngularJS is a popular JavaScript framework. It is intended to make the implementation of RIA (Rich Internet Applications) easier and convenient. AngularJS is created and maintained by Google. It is relatively, a new JavaScript framework, which is designed to make the front-end development as simple as possible. AngularJS is a useful tool for standardizing the web application structure and it ...

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Documenting Code in XCode

by (September 18, 2015)

When we talk about documenting a code, apparently, it doesn’t mean adding a few comments on the methods of your implementation files. It’s definitely more than that. A good application is not just about writing a clean code, its also about how well its being understood by others. No matter how well-written the code is, if there is no detailed documentation created along with it, chances of...

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MultiDex Issue or Building Application over 65K Methods

by (September 11, 2015)

There won’t be a single Android developer, today, who hasn’t dealt with an error message displaying: After experiencing these error messages, most of us might think that when I (or my team members) haven’t coded these many methods in our application then how come one gets such an error message. Most of you might consider it as a bug of Eclipse IDE as all are, still, developing And...

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Accessibility Testing – An Integral Component of Usability Testing

by (August 31, 2015)

Technology has been advancing at a rapid pace and introducing innovative applications. Have you ever imagined a blind person using a mobile application? How will he/she be able to perform all the activities which can be performed by a regular user? This is the context from where the term ‘Accessibility’ and ‘Accessibility Testing’ comes in. The concept of accessible design ensures both...

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Nginx Server – Deploying Web Applications

by (August 18, 2015)

Nginx is the free, open-source, high-performance HTTP server and reverse proxy, as well as an IMAP/POP3 proxy server. Nginx is popular for its high performance and stability. It comprises a rich feature set and is known for simple configuration. One of the best features of Nginx is the low resource consumption. NGINX Plus is a complete application delivery platform that optimizes the availabil...

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Cassandra – The Right Data Store for Scalability, Performance, Availability and Maintainability

by (July 9, 2015)

  Cassandra is an open source, distributed, column - based database management system (DBMS). Cassandra claims to be designed for large volumes of distributed data, with high availability, high throughput and high reliability. When we look at the overall ecosystem here, we find that Cassandra is being challenged from three directions: Traditional RDBMS for mission critical applicati...

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A Dive into the Material Design World

by (July 3, 2015)

François de la Rochefoucauld has, rightly, said that “The only thing constant in life is change” Change is inevitable and it, definitely, has its effects on every sphere, including the User interface design. And, the result is a great concept – “The Material Design”. The concept of Material design has revolutionized the design world. Now that many are moving towards adopting, mat...

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Factors to Consider before Building the Augmented Reality (AR) Application

by (June 3, 2015)

  Augmented reality creates virtual environment in the real world. In other words, it generates the composite view, for the user, with the combination of real world, viewed by the user, and virtual scene, generated by the system. Both together, augment the scene with some additional information. Real Environment + Virtual object (2D/3D) ----> Augmented Reality AR’s Positioni...

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Introduction to Size Class in iOS

by (May 19, 2015)

Tim Cook and his team from Apple, Inc, introduced different iOS smart devices and, that, engages the developers more. Each device should have different aspect ratios, depending upon the usages, which are targeted. Therefore, the ‘controls’ or ‘constraints to controls’ might be different from the devices. To handle such situations, before the introduction of iOS 8, the developers had to...

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Coding Principles – Developing the Right Code!

by (February 24, 2015)

How do we know that we are developing a good code?  One way to find it out is the bug count. From a developer’s perspective, tremendous effort goes into it. You would like your code to be: Simple, Readable and Clear -  easy to understand Easy to maintain -  a small change request does not result in a major rewrite Properly modularized, reusable and should follow a robust des...

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