Once upon a time group of people that worked together on multiple applications with complex User Interfaces were having a lunch.
Computer Assisted Translation (
CAT) is often used for localization of applications. In this article we’ll share our experience with a multi-language project.
Communication systems and client-server applications Dynamic web-applications and controls Solutions Tags:
Android, API, BartyCrouch, CAT, FBK, HTML, iOS, json, localization, MateCAT, Mobile Application, NodeJS, strings, Swift, UTF8, xml
Arduino is one of the most popular open-source electronics platform. But how does it fit with Bluetooth Low energy (BLE) technology? Read to know them.
Communication systems and client-server applications Tags:
Arduino, Beetle BLE, BLE, BLE Mini, BLE Nano, BLEduino, Bluetooth, Bluetooth Smart, Bluno, CC2540, CC2541, Genuino 101, GFSK, GoBle, HM-10, HM-11, iOS, nRF51822, nRF8001, PlayBluno, RFD77101, Romeo BLE, SDK, USB
What could be easier than to find ready-to-use solution for messaging? But when you try to analyze these solutions many of them appear to be unsuitable for your needs. Especially if the demand is to build communication between more than 10,000 users at one moment. We made a research that include 4 the most serious and,…
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Communication systems and client-server applications Experience Tags:
Android, API, Atlas, Blackberry, chat, iOS, Java, Layer, messaging, PHP, PubNub, Pusher, Python, QuickBlox, Ruby, SDK, UI, VoIP, WebRTC, Windows Phone
We review following services:
Strava, MapMyRun, MyFitnessPal, Runtastic, RunKeeper.
Android, API, Health, Health APIs, iOS, MapMyRun, MyFitnessPal, OAuth2, REST, RunKeeper, Runtastic, SDK, Strava
This article briefly describes the complexities of and our experience in implementing mobile applications that control BLE enabled speakers.