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    Impact of WorkManager in Android Background Tasks

    WorkManager in Android is a background processing library that is used to conduct background tasks that must be completed in a certain amount of time but not necessarily instantly. We can enqueue our background processing using WorkManager even when the app is not running and the device is reset for whatever reason. Android application developers […]
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    Build Real-time Chat Application using Golang, Gorilla Mux, Gosocketio, Vue.js

    In this blog, we will walk through the process of developing a real-time chat application with multiple additional features such as adding profile pictures, exporting chats, group chat, and so on, using golang, Vue js, go socket io, and gorilla mux, among other technologies. Features of Real-time Chat Application When starting up the chat app, […]
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    Mobile Application Development: Productivity Tips for Android 13

    Android 13 enables the Android mobile app development team to build robust apps for different screen sizes, network technologies, CPU/GPU chipsets, and hardware architectures, making the Android platform work for everyone. We have compiled 15 things you should know about Android 13 if you want to develop android mobile applications. It is the upcoming major release of […]
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    ReactJS State Management: Top 4 Third Party Libraries for Web Applications

    ReactJs State Management in web applications has increased in popularity over the years and as a result, there are multiple in-built options available. And as typically, as an application grows and the complexity increases, third-party libraries sometimes provide better functionality than the original developer. Third-Party Libraries for Web Application Development State management is a hot […]
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    Build Apps with Flutter 3.0: What’s New in the Latest Update?

    Google created Flutter several years ago in an effort to create a cross-platform software framework. The biggest advantage is that you can build apps with Flutter for Android, iOS, Windows, Linux, macOS, and even the web, all from the same shared codebase. While building apps for the Windows platform received stable support back in February, macOS […]
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    Touchless Technology: Importance & Applications in Today’s World

    With huge competition in the mobile app development industry, applications that do not satisfy the market requirements have to face the threat of being thrown out of the game. The demand for touchless technology has skyrocketed due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 Pandemic, and we are forced to consider safety. Customers are constantly looking […]
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    Cache Warming: Know it’s Importance to Improve Website Performance

    What is Cache Warming? Warming up cache is when websites artificially fill the cache to ensure that real visitors always have access to it when needed. Essentially, it warms up the cache for visits rather than serving the first visitor a cache miss (thus the word ‘warming’, as in warming up a car engine). We’re […]
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    Responsive Design Testing: All You Need to Know | Benefits, Challenges and Checklist

    Smartphone usage has increased dramatically in recent years. Only 2/3rds of mobile users had a smartphone in 2014, and of those only 22% of those used it to browse the internet. The introduction of 4G internet was a game-changer. By the end of 2016, mobile web usage had overtaken desktop for the first time. Mobile […]
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    RabbitMQ, Kafka, and Redis: Which Message Broker to choose for a MicroService?

    Message brokers validate, store, route, and deliver messages to the appropriate destinations. The blog compares RabbitMQ, Kafka, and Redis on basis of choosing a message broker for microservice. Before we deep dive into details,  it is important to know about Asynchronous communication. It is typically managed through a message broker. There are other ways also, […]
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    Integrating Apollo GraphQL Client with Angular

    Apollo Client is a JavaScript state management framework that allows you to manage both local and remote data using GraphQL. It may be used to fetch, cache, and alter application data while also automatically updating your UI. Apollo Client assists you in structuring code in a cost-effective, predictable, and declarative manner that is consistent with […]