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Smartphone technology is really creeping its way into product marketing and this is a great thing and we need more of it. One example of this is the GoPro camera. The GoPro camera offers an app for smartphone users where you can now take photos and record videos with your GoPro that might be a hundred feet away. This makes the product more innovative. It's the direction of most digital products, but it should be the case with non-digital products.Another example would be QR codes. QR codes are on most popular products today just in case you want to learn more from your tablet. Smartphone technology is really creeping its way into product marketing and this is giving the user a better experience. I did my research and I believe this should be on more products. Here are 7 of my ideas. Analyzing Your Energy CostsCurrently, residents may purchase sensors that can be attached to most electronics, and these gadgets will consistently send information about each device's consumption of energy to a software program. Consequently, web designers can create an app that automatically monitors the electricity, the water and the gas that a household uses.Finding Inexpensive AutomobilesDevelopers may design an app that automatically...
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write better code
Being a web developer is a great job. You get to write code and create websites for your employer or for clients. However, while it seems there are a lot of web developers out there, you can stand out from the crowd by becoming a better web developer. I've shared a few tips in this article.   Read and Study Other People's Code   A great way to improve your web development skills is to read and study code that other developers have written. This allows you to understand how different code is run and how it works, which can give you ideas on different ways to solve problems and get things done.   The way that other people write code may be better than the way you would have solved it, which is great, because it lets you learn from them and improve your development skills.   If the code you're reading isn't as good as yours, or has a problem, you can learn from it as well. Work out what isn't so good about it, or why it isn't working. The process of you thinking about the code and trying to improve it will make you a better...
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Native vs Web apps
The debate rages on. Vying to be an accomplished, top-of-the-funnel enterprise, you would want to be visible from the farthest of neighborhoods in the business realm. And when it comes to application development, there is an escalated urgency, simply for the fact the every business wants to be accessible to its customers – prospective and current – on their fingertips. In an age where every minute a new enterprise springs up at some part of the world, being visible is just not enough. Being more accessible in the market means you must reach out to your customers in real-time. Mobile application development has been at the forefront of this new world order where service providers and service seekers are on the same page, with the service seeker pretty much dictating when and how to turn the page over. But, all the sermon apart, the cluster of choices does raise questions. The technology experts often find themselves being pondering over THE question – what to really choose between Native and Web apps for mobile application development? The confusion emanates from the fact that there aren’t many reliable sources around who would weight each option to its merit, evaluate what suits your business...
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Responsive vs Mobile Web
Indubitably today, the responsive design has become more than imperative to efficiently target the gigantic mobile audience base. However in certain situations, the adaptive mobile web can cater to the needs of your customer base more proficiently. With the rising popularity of Smartphones and tablets, the mobile presence has become highly significant. Now, if you want to reach your audiences with an impressive visual appeal, it is better to help your web design adapt the targeted device's screen in an absolute fashion. And, responsive design offers a great solution to boast an ultimate look and feel to fit any kind of device. However, after observing the ever fluctuating user behavior, it is advisable to don't get complacent after launching a responsive website. As, the responsive design is not the only available option, designers can even choose to create a separate mobile website to boost their business values. These design approaches have been defined to ensure a smooth and seamless interaction between the consumers and marketers with a consistent performance. And for a sustainable business success, it is necessary to monitor the analytics and choose appropriate design to serve your business needs in the great way. Basic difference between the responsive and...
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When it comes to storing a large amounts of virtual data, there is one, universal obstacle to cross and that is the question of the storage space. While we live in a twenty first century, up until recently, many companies were resorting to the classic brick and mortar structures, and many still do. The construction of this kind of storage room can be extremely exhausting and it could last quite some time. However, there is one problem that seems more pestering that even these two aforementioned and that is - the fact that it is extremely expensive to construct a building that has all the things necessary in order to store and protect these data cashes. This very reason is the fact that most of the modern informational based companies and services are resorting to the alternative ways of storing data. Amongst these methods, one stands out and that is the use of storage containers as a cheap and effective server rooms. IBM was thinking outside the box In a survey conducted by IBM only about 12 percent of data center operators were interested in modular build. However, when the word spread about the actual possibilities of such concept made quite...
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