Native vs Hybrid App Comparison: Part 2

Native Vs Hybrid app

(4) User Experience and Performance Native apps provide better performance; responsive and fluid experience and a user can navigate and interact with the app without noticing any loading delays. A major concern that is preventing a lot of people from using hybrid technology. Hybrid apps tend to have some user interaction delays, and users can […]

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Native vs Hybrid App Comparison: Part 1

Native Vs Hybrid app

When we are using the native programming language of the devices to build the app then it is called Native app. For iPhone, the native programming language is Objective C and the new Swift. For Android, the native programming language is Java. Hybrid apps are developed using web technologies: HTML5, CSS and JavaScript, they are […]

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ELK Stack (Part 1): Elasticsearch

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An open-source and a very powerful analytics platform. ELK stack is a combination of Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana. All three are developed by an organization by the name ELASTIC. Elastic started off as an enterprise search platform vendor, but the success and wide adoption of Elasticsearch has helped it become a full-service analytics software company. […]

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Node.js – An Introduction

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Node.js is a server side platform built on Google Chrome’s JavaScript Engine called the V8 Engine. Node.js was developed by Ryan Dahl in 2009 and its latest version is v0.10.36. It is used to develop I/O intensive web applications like video streaming sites, single-page applications, and other web applications. The definition of Node.js as supplied […]

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Application Migration – Checkpoints

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With the rapid change in technology and the way businesses are run today; organizations are facing challenges in their business environments. Legacy, outdated information technology (IT) systems and changing business processes are among the major challenges as companies address legacy system inflexibility, agility, lack of scalability, lack of wider data access, shortage of skills, high […]

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Mobile Development Lifecycle – Part 4

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Phase 4: Deployment & Update The final phase is transitioning the finalized application to the product market. The marketing organization should be engaged to help determine the traditional advertising elements to help promote the application, as well as additional stakeholders throughout the company that are aligning their products or promotions with release of the mobile […]

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Mobile Development Lifecycle – Part 3

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Phase 3: Development/Testing Some people may argue that development and testing should be taken up as different phases. But, considering the interaction that needs to take place between these two teams and the synergy required between each member of these two teams it seems befitting to keep these two activities in the same phase. The […]

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Mobile Development Lifecycle – Part 2

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Phase 2: Design Phase 1 involved idea generation, idea filtering and critical review of ideas based on 5 Ws and 2Ps. The design phase encompasses of project initiation and the design phase. The project initiation phase will cover mainly of defining the outlies of the project, it’s scope and complexity; basis this the project team […]

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Mobile Development Lifecycle – Part 1

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Technology is moving at lightning fast rate as of now as compared to what it has been say 10 years back. To stratify it more we would say that an increasingly vast array of mobile technologies is being introduced every day. It is becoming more and more complex to support the frequent new releases while […]

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