Android Runtime Permissions

From Android M, Google has changed the way of permissions that applications handle. Earlier, we simply mention permissions in AndroidManifest.xml, but from Android 6.0 version, we need to check every time for permission related task. Applications need to ask the permission at runtime while it is running and also have to provide enough contexts on why the permissions are required. All the permissions, though we have to declare in manifest whenever application want to access the APIs that need the runtime permission, apps has to check whether that permission has been granted or to request the required permission using support [...]
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Sensor Characteristics

The sensor is a transducer that converts a physical property into an electrical signal. The physical property can be Weight, Temperature, Pressure, Percentage Composition, Force, Electric or Magnetic or Electromagnetic, Position and Orientation, etc. The sensors are classified as active sensors and passive sensors based on their working principle. The active sensors use an external or self-generated signal to measure. For example, RADAR emits a series of intense radio waves for a short time and waits for the radio waves or signal to return and calculate the distance of the distant object using the signal flight time. The passive sensors [...]
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Challenges without External Hardware

With the world moving towards Mobility, there are umpteen applications available in the market to capture data. However, businesses have to still largely depend on external hardware scanners to capture data related to identity. Recently, at Vmoksha we developed an application that required barcode scanner integrations. We decided to develop the application using in-app barcode scanners and initiated the project. Let’s discuss some of the challenges we faced while using the in-app barcode scanners. Focusing Barcode-scanning applications on mobile devices rely on “display aiming,” which requires a user to find the barcode when it appears on a device screen; align [...]
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Role of Scorecard in Prioritizing Feature Set & Positioning our Product among Competitors!

Vmoksha is going to launch a comprehensive Food Hygiene & Safety Management System to assist Food Manufacturers and Processors in maintaining their food safety and quality. We named it Ionhaccp to convey users that our product ensures HACCP compliance, which is a fundamental requisite for food businesses. We thoroughly understood the requirements from the global food market and designed ionhaccp with advanced features to compete with the current key market players. Considering future trends in food safety, we also integrated IoT technology to our product, which can capture Critical Control Points to prevent food safety hazard. IoT not only simplifies [...]
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Material Design for Android

Introduction In 2014, Google developed a new visual design language called Material Design for Android Lollipop and higher versions. The visual specifics in material design are amusing, and the material objects have x, y and z dimensions, which allows you to create an incredible 3D world. Material design is not about how to use dazzling colors, best images, and the elevation of the object; it is about how we create the amazing experience to users with the positive brand reality. Google has proposed some rules and regulations while adding the material design to application to improvise its standards. Instead of [...]
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