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  • Can Cordova Fit Your Target Industry?

    by Anastasia Yaskevich on  Jul 25, 2017

    Cordova is an effective tool in the right hands and when it is used for purposes it can cope with. This article discusses what app categories are the good, the bad, and the best for Cordova development.

  • Four Tips for Working with Angular Components

    by Jonathan Saring on  Jul 21, 2017 1

    If you're a beginner to Angular, you'll quickly find that components are some of the core building blocks of an Angular application. Regardless of what flavor of Angular you're working with, be it AngularJS or Angular 2+, learning to use components well is critical. In this article, Jonathan Saring offers four tips on working with Angular components.

  • Affordable React Native Mobile App Development

    by Kateryna Boiko on  Jul 19, 2017

    This article reviews the main benefits of developing a React Native mobile app and discusses a number of scenarios to make it more affordable, including local development, offshoring, and outsourcing.

Painlessly Migrating to Java Jigsaw Modules - a Case Study

Posted by Trisha Gee on  Jul 17, 2017

This article is a case study of changes required in an application to make use of the new Java Module System, an important skill for Java developers using Java 9 and beyond. 2

Five Steps to Migrate Unisys Mainframes to AWS

Posted by Craig Marble on  Jul 16, 2017

If you have a Unisys mainframe, you may be thinking that cloud computing isn’t an option. But cloud computing has quickly matured and is now a viable option for mainframe application workloads.

Unleashing the Power of .NET Big Memory and Memory Mapped Files

Posted by Dmitriy Khmaladze on  Jul 12, 2017

This article describes the benefits of utilization of large data sets in-process on the managed CLR server environments using Agincore’s Big Memory Pile. 10

Mobile DNUN: Danger Notification and User Navigation

Posted by Karthik Reddy Nalla Hosam El-Ocla on  Jul 11, 2017

This article show how geolocation can be used to create a Danger Notification and User Navigation (DNUN) application to save the location of users or objects for emergency rescue or later navigation.

Virtual Panel: High Performance Application in .NET

Posted by Pierre-Luc Maheu on  Jul 06, 2017

The panelists discuss high performance computing in .NET. The topics range from the main challenges they faced, to .NET Native and high performance in unconventional platforms.

Model-Based Software Engineering to Tame the IoT Jungle

Posted by Brice Morin Nicolas Harrand Franck Fleurey on  Jul 05, 2017

The ThingML approach addresses the challenges of distribution and heterogeneity in IoT. This model-driven, generative approach has been continuously evolved and applied to cases in different domains.

Enabling IoT Ecosystems through Platform Interoperability

Posted by Arne Bröring Stefan Schmid Corina-Kim Schindhelm Abdelmajid Khelil Sebastian Käbisch Denis Kramer Danh Le Phuoc Jelena Mitic Darko Anicic Ernest Teniente on  Jun 30, 2017

The fragmentation of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the lack of interoperability prevent the emergence of broadly accepted IoT ecosystems. The BIG IoT project aims to ignite such an ecosystem.

Turbocharge React with GraphQL

Posted by Shane Stillwell on  Jun 28, 2017

Shane Stillwell shows how GraphQL, a strongly-typed JavaScript-based language, helps developers build relationships with their data and improves marshalling across service boundaries. 1

Building a Blockchain PoC in Ten Minutes Using Hyperledger Composer

Posted by Matt Lucas on  Jun 27, 2017

This article examines what businesses look for when considering blockchain’s role in their organization, and explores how the Linux Foundation's Hyperledger Composer can help to create applications.

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