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Alexa Capability Demonstration – Home Automation

Alexa Capability Demonstration – Home Automation Alexa is an intelligent personal assistant developed by Amazon. It is capable of voice interaction, music playback, making to-do lists, setting alarms, streaming podcasts, playing audiobooks, and providing weather, traffic, and other real time information, such as news. Alexa… Continue Reading →

IOT: Present and Future of UX Design

Internet of things The Internet of things (IoT) is basically a seamless network of connectable devices via web. Today IoT is almost everywhere.   What is UX? User Experience Design, commonly known as UX, UED, UE or XD – ensures… Continue Reading →

Internet Of Things Capabilities – Connected Home

A connected home is networked to enable the interconnection and interoperability of multiple devices, services and apps, ranging from communications and entertainment to healthcare, security and home automation. These services and apps are delivered over multiple interlinked and integrated devices, sensors, tools… Continue Reading →

Types of Test Automation Tools

Types of test automation tools In our last article we had seen what is Mobile Testing, how is it growing and what are its challenges. In this post, we have put together a list of tools to use for Android and… Continue Reading →

Test Automation of Mobile Apps

Mobile Testing – The Next Generation Testing Test Automation of Mobile Apps In 1973 when Martin Cooper made his the first mobile phone conversation to his Rival in Bell Labs, he never envisioned the fact that he was stepping the… Continue Reading →

Enterprise Architecture vs Application Architecture

Organizational attempts to address the impacts of digital business are placing additional pressure on many architecture disciplines (for example, EA and AA) to deliver business outcomes. Because these architecture disciplines have evolved to address different perspectives of related problems, many… Continue Reading →

User Experience or User Exploitation? What are you really providing?

I recently went through a thought provoking article on “Why user experience always comes first“, written in the Harvard Business Review, by Michael Schrage… While all of the points are very well made, there are some aspects that are real… Continue Reading →

To Cloud or Not to Cloud – That is the question! Or is it?

Before I get carried away with my favorite bard, let me make something clear: this is not a what-to-do or a when-I-do for moving to the cloud. This is a set of pointers on how-do-I-move to the cloud and more importantly, covers… Continue Reading →

Accel Broadleaf Commerce Cloud Native Edition

Abstract Cloud computing provides scalable infrastructure services which ensures that applications deployed on the cloud will feature greater availability, as the infrastructure can expand based on the usage of the application. This elastic feature is key to cloud environments and… Continue Reading →

Bioinformatics

A question easy to ask what is it and difficult one to answer in short. Efforts are being made to understand life and sustenance at various levels which include visible physical level to invisible molecular level. At the molecular level,… Continue Reading →

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