Amit John

Amit John

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UI/UX – The crux of mobile application development

The view of many people who use mobile application thinking that the mobile application experience as a downsized web experience. So an unequivocal statement has to be made that a mobile app is fundamentally different from a website while maintaining the functionality of the website in question. It may be different in sizes, it’s different in the approach to the functionality of the website, and it’s different in scope if required by the client. But all the differences aside, most…

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Made for failure: mobile applications

Application of every kind has flooded the scene where they swim in the sea of similarity and mediocrity. Mobile application store has become a parody of good mobile application, this bothers businesses who want to be taken seriously by the end user and wants sincerely to stand out among the competition. Below some points to consider when creating a mobile application which could make all the difference. Shining from a void While the features of the application may be “inspired”…

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Mobile application’s Achilles heel

Mobile applications and their usability have made the smartphone into a serious platform in itself. Business concerns have started to invest time and money into a mobile application as they seem to be the closest to the customer, more than the advertisements and the physical locations of business. A mobile application is and must be an extension of a business, so the execution of the mobile application must be nearest to perfection. Listed below are some of the overlooked metrics…

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School ERP – School management made easy

Our comprehensive school ERP software for academic institutions is about efficient monitoring of the day to day progress and performance. Our features also allow parents to stay updated with their kids’ performance levels. Being an open source software, one can also make changes in the coding for better utility. Quality with culture Creating a brand new way to manage educational institutions is more about changing the culture of imparting wisdom while maintaining a high quality of education to rival to…

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Supply Chain Management ERP: Beyond Borders

Organisations and businesses are constantly on their feet to find ways to boost productivity and to reduce costs make smarter decisions to manage growth and achieve a competitive advantage with modern Enterprise Resource Planning(ERP) solutions address these challenges by streamlining business processes proactively and by managing performance all while providing real-time visibility for business decision making. Here are some of the advantages of an ERP solutions when it comes to the supply chain management. Better business intelligence ERP’s with their…

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AngularJS and TypeScript – The winning combination

adaptability Code consistency and flexibility is an important goal to strive for in any code base as it leads to better maintenance and easier updates to the original objective the program. The overall framework is based on components and services that you can think of as building bricks. Angular’s own CLI tool can be used to create new projects, add different features into an application, run quality and debug tests, perform temporary builds, and more. This provides a solid foundation…

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What’s up and What’s New with Angular 4

Improved improvement In Angular 4 delivered on the commitment to make Angular applications a lot smaller and much faster. By no means, Angular has become perfect and a lot of improvements will follow, in the coming months, all the updates will be fine-tuned to make the application to be relevant and be competitive. Time Saver The changes made to the foundation to what AOT generated code looks and behaves. These changes will reduce the size and complexity of the generated…

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Going Green with GIS: Analyzing climate change

Environmental scientists and physical geographers have long been studying the distribution and spatial patterns of air and water pollution. Although the general scientific understandings are that air and water pollution creates diseases and impacts the health of people, very few quantitative and spatially analyzed researchers published in demonstrating the impacts or causes. Reducing the risks caused by climate change is an immense challenge for scientists, policymakers, developers, engineers, and many others have used geographic information system (GIS) technology to better…

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The Road to safety: Accident analysis with GIS

The Road The economic growth of a country depends upon its infrastructure mainly its transportation network, comprising of road, rail and air routes. Of all these, the road is critical and the crucial as it can connect all others with each other.A good network of roads is also important as it provides connectivity between rural and urban areas. Along with this, road safety is an equally important aspect of the connectivity part. It plays a key role towards a sustainable…

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Disaster Management with GIS: Response, Relief & Rehabilitation

Disaster Management Everyplace on our planet is vulnerable to natural and manmade disasters and all disasters are spatial in nature. All phases of the emergency responses to the event depend upon the management of data from a variety of sources. The appropriate data has to be gathered, analyzed, organized and displayed visually and coherently to determine the size, nature and scope of emergency response programs. During an actual emergency, it is critical to have the right usable data and at…

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