To use or not to use – every customer asks themselves this question, when it comes to mobile automation testing. They say that development and supporting of UI auto tests costs too much. But let’s return to the statement a little bit later. And now we are going to discuss the following questions: what is mobile automation, who is it for, what for and do you actually need it?
A lot of time has passed since Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) were introduced to people, and it was a very promising announcement. The new technologies were supposed to change and improve multiple spheres of our life. Now we have a bunch of applications using AR technology. Those applications vary from games (like Warhammer 40,000 free blade, The Machines) to some examples that really help us in our everyday life (AR MeasureKit, Sky Guide AR, IKEA Place). All those applications use only the phone itself, but the most useful outcome of the technology is when it is combined with another. Augmented reality can be combined with GPS locations to provide visual directions in different situations. Today we have a lot of navigators which guide users from point A to point B. The thing is that the user can’t see this path in the real world. Only on the map. And here augmented reality comes to help us. Let’s build an augmented reality app which will guide us along the path displayed on the map. To perform augmented reality development, I will use the Swift language, but those examples can be easily converted to Objective-C code.
One day an excellent idea arose in our company: to create something connected with augmented reality. We decided to create a mobile app for our office guests. It was supposed to make visiting our office more informative and impressive.
For example, the app was to help a visitor find their way around our premises. It was also supposed to recognize markers and give hints as to where different rooms are situated.
So, we decided to implement the following functions:
- Marker recognition: markers are caught by the camera and additional data is shown;
- Face recognition: the name and position of a person seen by the camera are shown;
- Navigation: the current position and main directions (meeting rooms, exits, etc.) are displayed.
Now that Apple has announced the iPhone SE, iPad Pro 9.7, plans for the next version of the Apple Watch, and a revamping of the MacBook lineup we can turn our attention to the highly anticipated iPhone 7.
While facts on the ground are still limited, we all know the iPhone 7 will be making a splashy entrance later this year—the question is why will it be a must-have on everyone’s back to school or Christmas list. Rumors abound around just about every aspect of Apple’s latest phone generation. While Apple itself has provided very few concrete details, information hounds have been hitting up their inside sources, both inside the Apple company itself and Apple’s likely suppliers, looking for clues about what we can expect. Some rumored features are near-certainties given Apple’s evolution path: features and improvements their customer base is clamoring for, and the offerings present in their Android rival’s latest products.
At the moment Web promotion in search engines became very popular. This method can increase brand awareness and drive traffic to your web application.
And as you know, demand generates supply: a huge number of SEO providers offer their services. But how to choose reliable experts who can help you to achieve the goal: to promote your brand and drive extra users to the website? Let’s deal
We all use the Web, and many have done so for the better part of a quarter century. At the same time, technology continues to evolve which it an exciting time to work within this ever changing industry. The web has a role in various web applications. Despite the fact that today’s users primarily interface with mobile devices, all of the logical information is written on the server side. A web interface basis is necessary for the following, which are trending now in the wide world of information technology:
You can find the first part of the article here.
Application Development Tools-From Desktop to Mobile
Many of the tools and programming languages used for developing web applications and desktop applications can be used for mobile platforms as well.
Because mobile platforms use some of the more popular programming languages today, chances are you already have some experience with them. For example, you may already be well versed with HTML 5 and Java, so getting an Android Application up and working will be no problem for you, even if you need to start the coding from scratch.Read More
Application development has been in the spotlight for several years now, with developers creating amazing desktop, web and mobile applications at a rapid pace. There are advantages and disadvantages to each category of application, but it is clear mobile applications and web-based apps have begun to take center stage, as users prefer options that can be accessed from anywhere.Read More