A Product Manager is incharge of developing a product from start to end , In this process the product manager faces many unpredictable challenges. Product managers have the responsibility to develop a market viable product without any loss faced by the company.Read More
Forecast is science of predicting future with historic demand Forecasting is used not only to meet customer demand but also to optimize the supply chain to keep the cost low Amazon Forecast provides machine learning capabilities to developers who don't need to know any machine learning at all..Read More
Ionic 4 was released in January 2019. Ionic 4 had a considerable change in the Syntax of the Ionic Angular codebase along with it also added official support for React, Vue, and web components. This article talks about migrating from Ionic 3 to Ionic 4 and Ionic 5.Read More
AWS Amplify provides one of the fastest ways to get a new web application from idea to prototype on AWS. By using Amplify Console, you can take advantage of features like continuous deployment, instant cache invalidation, custom redirects, and simple configuration of custom domains.Read More
In the present high pace world, the organisation has to regularly innovate to stay connected with customers. Product management plays a crucial role in the success of the product. An optimized Product Management can increase the organisation’s profit by 30% and more in some cases.Read More
All e-commerce applications offer credit card payments with payment
Apart from the regular online payment integration, there is also a need to integrate the app with the physical card swiping machines in some business scenarios.
By using this feature we can connect and live stream zoom webinar to custom live streaming services like Dacast, Vimeo, Ustream, BrightCove, etc.Read More
When developing mobile applications for an organization, there is a
make in terms of the technology used to build the application.
Native applications built using specific technologies for different operating systems like iOS and Android or a common codebase which can run on multiple operating systems.
This article speaks about the difference between Hybrid and Native applications, and the Pro’s and Con’s of each application development method.
Your marketing team may want to run various marketing campaigns to promote your apps. For example, they may create google ads, facebook campaigns, Instagram campaigns or use ads on other popular websites. These can all turn out to be expensive for the organization. Marketing teams would want to know which of these campaigns yield better results for them so that they can fine tune their marketing strategy. Hence they would want to be able to track which sources lead to more app installations.Read More
Agile practices in software development discover requirements and develop solutions through the collaborative effort of self-organizing and cross-functional teams and their customers or end users. The approach involves adaptive planning, evolutionary development, early delivery, and continual improvement, and it encourages flexible responses to change.Read More
Engagement model is a framework within which you operate with your software development vendor. This serves as the foundation for the relationship between you and the software company and will help you build future collaboration and ensures the success of the project.Read More
Multitenancy refers to a software application that serves multiple distinct groups of users sharing a single instance of running software. From a database perspective, this means that a single instance of a database is used by multiple applications.Read More
CLI - Serverless Application Model , is a command line
provided by AWS to easily create and manage serverless Applications.
Serverless Framework - Serverless Framework is also a tool similar to SAM but it is not limited to AWS, Serverless Framework can be used to easily create and manage serverless applications from various providers like AWS, Azure, GCP & more.
I will be listing the main differences I found between these two when used with AWS, which may help you to choose one of these.
Penetration testing, also called pen testing, is the practice of testing a computer system, network or web application to find security vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit.Read More
This article explains how to avoid OPTIONS calls when you are using AWS cloudfront as CDN and AWS API Gateway to manage your APIs.Read More
Amazon Cognito user pool allows users to sign-in through an external identity provider (federation), such as Okta. A user pool integrated with Okta allows users in your Okta app to get user pool tokens from Amazon Cognito and authenticate apps that use cognito.Read More