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Geodata analysis and storage optimization enhanced by HarperDB
Wednesday, July 18, 2018 by Christian Hargrave
HarperDB has new features that allow real-time geo-analysis, storage optimization for edge devices and the ability to run massive data analysis. As a result, they say companies tackling complex IoT projects can achieve a more intelligent edge without incurring further storage or hardware costs.
HarperDB features include:
Geographical Data Analysis: HarperDB'...
Telerik Survey Shows Over Half of Developers Have Never Built an App
Tuesday, September 1, 2015 by Stuart Parkerson
Telerik, a subsidiary of the software company Progress, has released the findings from its latest Telerik State of Mobile Development report which surveyed 3,000 IT professionals and developers to assess the adoption, trends and perceptions around mobile development.One of the most interesting revelations from the survey was the fact that that 57% of the developers that...
Friday, July 17, 2015 by Richard Harris
Nevron Releases Updates to Its Open Vision for .NET Cross Platform Component Suite
Friday, May 1, 2015 by Stuart Parkerson
Nevron Software has released Nevron Open Vision 2015.1 with updates to its cross-platform component suite for .NET application development. With this release Nevron is introducing the NOV Diagram for .NET along with new features in the already existing controls.Following is a partial list of updates:New Diagram Framework (NOV Diagram for .NET)NOV Diagram is a diagrammin...
7 developer mistakes using ads for monetization
Thursday, November 29, 2012 by Richard Harris
There are so many options for app developers to consider when using adds to monetize their app traffic. Unfortunately there are also a few things that need to be considered before picking an ad network to use that are often overlooked.Mistake#1: Not segmenting your inventory effectivelyWhen it comes to inventory segmentation for advertising, developers usually do ...