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Intellectual Property Protection in App Industry

Since the industry thrives on technological innovation, protection of intellectual property is of paramount importance for developers.

By Mark Devid posted   8 days ago

Distribution of Mobile Apps in India

Distribution of mobile apps is dominated by international app stores in India. With a nascent and booming e-commerce industry and poor credit or debit card penetration, telecom operators tend to play a bigger role in the distribution of mobile apps.

By Allen Scott posted   8 days ago

The Business of Apps in India

Apps require an ecosystem to thrive. One major challenging issue for app developers in India is to transform a good business idea into a commercial success. The current rate is not encouraging.

By Royce Roy posted   8 days ago

SEO: One of the most cost effective marketing strategies

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. SEO is the most cost-effective ways to drive the visitors to one’s website. The process starts with finding the profitable keywords for the business followed by optimizing the content around those keywords a

By Allen Scott posted   26 days ago

DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING SERVICES

Distributed computing Services give data innovation (IT) as an administration over the Internet or committed system, with conveyance on interest, and installment in view of utilization.

By Jonas Stuart posted   one month ago

Impacts of App Economy on Indian IT sector

The rapid and overwhelming growth of apps can have a transformative impact on livelihoods and businesses are supported by empirical evidence that is being very carefully collected across the globe.

By Ailsa Singh posted   one month ago

VITAL EVENTUALITIES IN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

Programming item improvement can happen by either innovation push or by marketpull. Indian firms appear to have been driven more by the previous than by the recent. BANCS 2000 began with a particular prerequisite of a bank (outside business sector pu

By Samuel Fernandes posted   one month ago

NET NEUTRALITY

Any device could connect to the web as long as it followed universal rules or Internet Protocol (IP). When we pay electricity bill, do we bother about the brand of products that are running in our house eg. Voltas refrigerator, whirlpool washing mach

By Mark Devid posted   one month ago

FACTS ABOUT EASTERN SOFTWARE SYSTEMS

Eastern Software Systems (ESS) is a little programming firm situated in Delhi that has fabricated an endeavor asset arranging (ERP) programming bundle, MakESS, focused at little firms. Contending ERP items from global industry majors, for example, SA

By Jonas Stuart posted   one month ago

Importance of the Inheritance

In object oriented programming inheritance most important concepts of the programming language which is very useful and easy to use.

By Royce Roy posted   one month ago

OUTSOURCING LAPTOP CODE OFFERINGS IN REPUBLIC OF INDIA

The science and generation of software specialization (STL) trains specialists in software development with a strong basis in programming languages and algorithmic techniques. The path offers primary basis and allows students to specialize gradually

By Jayden Bell posted   one month ago

Example of namespace

Namespace is a container that takes class, interface, enum, structure and delegates. The class name declared in one namespace does not conflict with the same class names declared in another.

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By Allen Scott posted   one month ago

User Define function in Sql Server

User Defined Functions play a major role in SQL. User Defined functions can be used to perform a complicated logic, can accept parameters and return data. Many a times we have to write complex logic which cannot be written using a single query. In such case, UDFs role is important. For example, we can call user defined function in a where clause or use a user defined function in a JOIN.

By Elena Glibart posted   one month ago

Future Innovations in Indian IT Industry

Despite of its rapid growth in a very quick succession, the IT industry in India has attracted its fair share of criticism too. This is primarily levelled against the industry's excessive political influence - as articulated through its most signific

By Jonas Stuart posted   one month ago

Why You Need to Aware Graphic Design Trends 2016

Trends change very frequently, it come and go. Some of them stay for years and others don't fit in the market. A trend might be just entering one market, while it’s in full bloom on another market and fading in a third. As a graphic designer we need to pay close attention to the changing trends of Graphic design. So, some of the major graphic design trends that we can expect to see in 2016.

By Michael Clarke posted   one month ago

Evolution of Mobile App Economy in India

India is a very good source of gigantic demand for apps. Even though smartphone penetration is estimated at just 15 percent of total mobile users, India experiences more than 100 million downloads per month placing it amongst the top three regions fo

By Jonas Stuart posted   one month ago

Origins of Mobile App Economy

Origins of the ‘Indian app economy’ can be traced down back to the launch of the iPhone in year 2007 followed by the App Store in year 2008. Since then, the international market for apps has been rapidly growing at unprecedented rates. Analysts estimate app downloads have increased from $ 31.2 billion in 2012 to $ 106.5 billion in 2014. This number is expected to rise up to $ 415 billion by 2018.

By Jonas Stuart posted   one month ago

Impacts of App Economy on Indian IT sector

The rapid and overwhelming growth of apps can have a transformative impact on livelihoods and businesses are supported by empirical evidence that is being very carefully collected across the globe.

By Jayden Bell posted   one month ago

Mobile First Economy: The era of mobile apps

With more than a billion mobile consumers in India, approximately 90 per cent of the population have access to a mobile phone. Mobiles devices are undoubtedly the most ubiquitous modern technology in most of the developing countries, majority of peop

By Jayden Bell posted   one month ago

Why few Mobile Apps fail? : Other Reasons

Majority of the developer’s and the app vendors today are disappointed with the lack of clarity given by ad network providers, and hence are finding it very difficult to trust them.

By Jayden Bell posted   one month ago

Why few Mobile Apps fail? : Role of technical details and Marketing

According to a survey, 31% of mobile consumers utilize an app just only once after downloading it from the app store. This figure denotes that there is an immediate requirement to amend the quality and the functionalities offered by the app. If the app is being used only just once, then the app betokens that it is not engendering or integrating any kind of value to the consumer. Lots of factors are influencing apps to fail and to be considered as deplorable.

By Jayden Bell posted   one month ago

SWOT Analysis OF Indian IT Industry: Weaknesses

Now we examine “W” of SWOT and learn weaknesses that are needed to be take care for the smooth operation of software development in India

By Elena Glibart posted   one month ago

Why few Mobile Apps fail? : Role of the User

Users and consumers own a very significant role in the success or failure of a Mobile App. A Mobile App review survey was conducted by which had a sample of more than 600 American and Indian mobile app users, aged 18 years or older. According to the

By Elena Glibart posted   one month ago

Loop in JavaScript

The loop initialization is the first part where we initialize our counter to a starting value. The initialization is executed before the loop begins.

By Jonas Stuart posted   one month ago

View in SQL

A view is a SQL statement which is stored in the database with a name. A view is actually a formation of a table in the form of a predefined Structured Query Language (SQL) query.

By Jayden Bell posted   one month ago

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