Discover How Your Competitors are Benefiting from Machine Learning

Gartner puts Machine Learning at the top of the 2016 Hype Cycle interpreting that it is extremely valuable to industries over the next decade. There is no doubt of that as it is enabling enterprises to augment their top-line growth by increasing customer satisfaction. Several companies are adopting it to find value in the colossal amounts of data they generate while saving significant time and money. Heretofore, machine learning has opened doors for powerful search capabilities on the web, self-driving cars, speech recognition, etc. And, of course, there is a lot more to come! Let's see how your peers are [...]
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Xamarin Application Development

Xamarin is cross-platform development software that simplifies mobile application creation. Xamarin tools are used to write native Android, iOS, and Windows apps with native user interfaces and share code across multiple platforms including Windows and macOS. Here, I am going to explain how to create Xamarin app with Xamarin Studio and my experience with Xamarin as a Unity developer. Requirements to develop a Mac OS X application with Xamarin.Mac: A Mac computer running Mac OS X Yosemite (10.10) or greater Xcode 7 and above versions (although it is recommended to install the latest stable version from the App Store) Latest [...]
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Test cases and workflow for in-app purchase of android app

In this blog, I would like to share android in-app product types, workflow of in-app purchases, and the set up of the test releases by a developer. These 3 things are essential for a tester to start in-app purchase testing. In-App Product Types The android in-app billing supports the managed in-app products and subscriptions. Managed product: Once you purchase a product, that item cannot be purchased again until you consume the item, by sending consumption to Google play. Subscriptions: This product type offers sell features, content, and services to users from the app with recurring weekly or monthly or annual [...]
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Understanding Business Intelligence and Data Warehouse

Business Intelligence and Data Warehouse (BI/DW) are two separate but closely linked technologies that are crucial to the success of any large or mid-size business. The insights derived from these systems are vital for an organization as it helps in revenue enhancement, cost reduction, and adroit decision making. Let's understand what is Business Intelligence, Data Warehouse (DW), and how they are related. Business Intelligence (BI) Interpreting large volume of data often throws up challenges to the enterprises. However, BI can help companies with the easy interpretation of this big data, renders actionable information to end users and supports them in [...]
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Augmented Reality Vs. Virtual Reality: Which One Will Triumph?

Technology can make everything possible nowadays. It has developed in such a way that it even makes you sense and feel your presence in your dream or imagined world. Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) are two of such most crucial technology advancements that detach you from the real world. However, the theory between both the AR and VR is entirely different. Let us dive into the article, to know the subtle differences between AR and VR. Virtual reality is an artificial environment that is created by computer graphics, which can be experienced as if that was real. Whereas, [...]
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Automatic Proxy Configuration using PAC File, Batch Script and Windows Server 2012 GPP

Introduction The proxy auto-configuration is a technique which defines how & where the web browser and other application requests are redirected. Also, this mechanism is designed to overcome the changes and difficulties of manual configuration. Instead of using the static proxy server address, the web browser or application executes a JavaScript function for every request. This script provides greater flexibility than a manual configuration. This blog explains about automatic proxy configuration using Proxy Auto Config script (PAC), windows batch script, and Group Policy Preference (GPP). What is a PAC file & what it does? PAC stands for Proxy Auto Configuration. [...]
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What is Jenkins?

During the earlier days of my career at Vmoksha, I have been assigned to set up Jenkins for an Android project development. With a mere knowledge of Java Software Development in those days, it was quite a challenge for me. Initially, I tried to understand what Jenkins is, why it is used and how it helps our android projects. I read the Wikipedia article of Jenkins but couldn't understand much though. Then, I have done a thorough research to understand about Jenkins. I know you are also searching for Jenkins and landed on this page. I am pretty sure that [...]
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Building RESTful APIs using Node JS, Express JS, and MS SQL Server

REST (Representational State Transfer) is web standards based architecture and uses HTTP Protocol. A REST Server simply provides access to resources and REST client accesses and modifies the resources using HTTP protocol. REST uses various representations to represent a resource like text, JSON, and XML but JSON is the most popular one. Why do we need RESTful Web Services? REST is an architecture style for designing networked applications. REST is a lightweight alternative to mechanisms like RPC (Remote Procedure Calls) and Web Services (SOAP, WSDL, et al.). The World Wide Web itself, based on HTTP, can be viewed as an [...]
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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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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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