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Mobility

Mobile Application Development Using Hybrid Platform
Mobility

Mobile App Development Using Hybrid Platform

From the past few years penetration of mobiles has gone up exponentially. The Growth of mobile consumers has led to growth of multiple carriers, devices and platforms. The opportunity for developers (businesses and individuals) in the marketplace is the distribution…

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Sonar Qube
Mobility

Introduction to SonarQube

What is SonarQube ? Most of you might have heard about Sonar or SonarQube as an automated code review tool. That’s right! However, SonarQube is not limited to only performing automated code review and providing a list of findings. As…

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Leaflet API
Mobility

LeafletJS: A new dimension in Maps API

Leaflet is an open-source, fast moving, light weighted java script library for mobile friendly interactive maps. This library is aimed for simple and performance oriented usage, according to Vladimir Agafonkin. Leaflet developers follow simple and small collection of libraries to…

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Web Development
Mobility

WebComponents – A “Component” Way of Web Development

Component based web-applications development has, forever, been an area of interest to all software developers. As Javascript became more mature, powerful and omnipresent, this movement gathered much more momentum. JQuery provided the first big boost to Javascript developers by simplifying…

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Mobile Automation
Mobility

Mobile Automation with Calabash – An Overview

Mobile Applications We are currently in the midst of one the biggest software and hardware revolutions. With processing power, storage, and bandwidth increasing exponentially, smart phones and tablets are becoming our main personal computer. As a result customers, employees and…

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Apache
Mobility

Constructing JMX Connection Pool using Apache-Commons-Pool

The Java Management Extensions (JMX) technology is vastly used to build distributed Web-based, modular, and dynamic solutions for managing and monitoring devices, applications, and service-driven networks. In this blog, I will explain how one can enhance their application performance monitoring…

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Backbone
Mobility

Backbone.js

Before I introduce you to Backbone.js lets have some overview about Single Page Applications (SPA). SPA is a trend that is being widely followed while developing large, complex, yet scalable and high performance web apps. Google’s Gmail is a great…

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Duke Script
Mobility

Duke Script – Write Once, Run Anywhere

Introduction: DukeScript is a new technology which is used to create cross-platform mobile apps, websites and desktop applications. It is fully enterprise ready and enforces true separation of concerns by using HTML5 for the view and Java for business logic…

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iOS
Mobility

iOS 8 Extensions

Extensions are one of the prominent new feature in iOS 8. They allow apps to communicate and share data with each other in ways that haven’t been possible in previous iOS versions, while at the same time maintaining the app…

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Web Socket
Mobility

WebSocket – Web is Stateful Now!

What is WebSocket? WebSocket is a protocol (RFC-6455) that enables full duplex communication between client and server. The core idea is that “client initiates a socket connection with server and then both the parties can exchange messages over single TCP…

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D3
Mobility

Introduction To D3.js

In this post I give you an overview of JavaScript library D3, here I won’t compare D3 to other charting libraries but in some instances I will refer to popular technologies like jQuery and jQueryUI since it is very easy…

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