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What are the Benefits of a Microservice Implementation?

As you have noticed this quarter we are talking about trends and buzzwords so that you know what to focus on this year. Today we will discuss microservices architecture; it’s essence, benefits and successful case studies.

4 Types of Blog Phrases that Keep Content Readers Engaged

How exactly do you get the interest levels of futuristic sword play and undead minions in your own brand story? Great blog phrases, of course!

Google Photos’ physical photo books can now be designed on Android and iOS

The search giant announced some significant feature additions to Google Photos at its annual I/O developer conference earlier this month. One of these extends to the users the ability to create physical ‘Photo Books’ using their photo gallery.

“Mobile-friendly” Label to be Removed from Google’s Search Results

Google today declare two updates to mobile search results: an esthetic one rolling out now and an algorithmic one coming next year.

SEO  Search 

Growth of Software Product Development Companies in India

The drawbacks that remains is the lack of domain skills arising from small domestic and local markets, limited university research and related educational system, and low linkages in between university and commerce.

Growth of IT Industry in India

The workstation introduced in the mid-1980s, had sophisticated graphics and the computational capabilities required by small enterprises.

Evolution of Software Product Development in India

India’s software development and IT industry is one of the world’s biggest and successful information technology industries.

Autoboxing and Unboxing in Java

In the previous posts, we have just seen the use of type wrappers in wrapping the primitive data types. Beginning in J2SE 5.0, we will not have to explicitly perform such wrapping. The wrapping/unwrapping is now implicit and automatic.

Java 

Wrapper Classes: A Few Additions in J2SE 5.0 (Part-2)

The Character class that wraps a char data type provides several utility methods to operate on character data. We can test whether the given character is a digit, a letter, a lowercase character, and so on.

Java 

Wrapper Classes: A Few Additions in J2SE 5.0 (Part-1)

The type wrapper classes were provided in Java libraries since its first release. J2SE 5.0 made several useful additions to its methods. For example, the Integer class now provides methods for bit manipulations.

Java 

Wrapper Classes: Constructors and Methods

To wrap a primitive type into one of these classes, we use the provided class constructor. Generally, each of these classes provides two constructors:

Java 

Java I/O: Binary versus Character and Chaining Streams

If we are working with binary data such as images and sounds, we need to use binary mode files.

Java 

Exception Handling in Java: Classifying Exceptions

At the top of the Exception class hierarchy we have the Throwable class. All other exception classes, including our own designed exception classes, inherit from the Throwable class.

Java 

Interfaces in Java: Implementing Multiple Interfaces

In the previous post, we created a standard interface to get the fuel efficiency of a car. A car has many such standard functions that could be defined in terms of interfaces.

The static Keyword: Access Restrictions in Static Methods

Because a static method is invoked without a class instance, we cannot use a this or super reference in the static method.

Java 

The static Keyword: The static methods

Consider the example of the ball game described in here section. A player may be given the choice to select the colour of the balls. This colour choice will be applied to all the balls he creates during the game.

The static Keyword: More about static fields

In the previous post, we accessed the static method getCount by using the class name

Java 

The static Keyword: The static fields

We have already seen the use of the static keyword in our Java programs. In fact, the first program we encountered uses the static keyword, where it was applied to the main method.

Java  Class 

Inheritance in Java: Single-level and Multi-level Inheritance

When a class inherits from a single class, as in the case of BankAccount inheriting from Asset, it is called single-level inheritance or simply single inheritance.

WEB DEVELOPMENT COMPANY IN INDIA-THROUGH THE EYES OF Ajax TECHNOLOGIES

Top administration support in INDIA is basic however not extra to affirm the extension of an item culture at interims an administrations organization.

Big Data: NoSQL Data Stores

NoSQL database stores are initially considering the notion “Just Say No to SQL” and these were the reactions to the perceived limitations of (SQL-based) relational databases RDBMS.

ETHICAL SOFTWARE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT, SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY: A Balancing Act

Ethics is discipline dealing with what is good & what is bad,& also with moral duty &obligation. And science as we understand is the pursuit of an insight into the working of nature through reason, observation& experience

MOBILE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS –A REVOLUTION AGAINST TIME

Computing has entered its fifth era with desktop web applications offering gratitude to a substitution era of Mobile applications.

Slave Node Server Design for HDFS

When we are choosing storage options, consider the impact of using commodity drives rather than more expensive enterprise-quality drives.

MOBILE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT

The scope of offered services could embody facilities to conduct bank and exchange transactions, to administer accounts and to access tailor-made data."

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