August 2017

Why entrepreneurs work remotely?

excerpt from the upcoming book ‘Without Office’ by E. Mironichev More global. Cheaper. Faster. Globalization changes the world and eventually the economies of entire countries. Parag Khanna,  international relations expert and best-selling author, writes the following in his book “Connectography: Mapping the Future of Global Civilization” published in 2016: “A country cannot change where it

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Generating QR Code for Different Data

QR codes are a form of 2-Dimensional barcode – QR is an acronym of Quick Response code, but they may also be referred to as Denso Barcodes. Created by Denso Wave in 1994, QR codes represented a fascinating step forward for the visual representation of binary data. Moving beyond the simple lines-and-spaces approach of previous

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What’s New at ByteScout – See Our Program Updates

ByteScout is constantly working on new improvements and bug fixes. We love developers and would like to let them have the best experience when using our tools. Take a look at the recent update at ByteScout: Barcode Reader SDK Here’s the version 9.2.0.1716 dated by August 1, 2017 of Barcode Reader SDK. This tool is

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All You Need to Know about REST APIs

Representational Stateless Transfer APIs – popularly called REST or RESTful APIs – are the most commonly used web services currently in use. RESTFUL APIs are primarily application programming interfaces that allow developers to incorporate HTTP requests to provide communication services in different web technologies. Put simply, RESTful APIs are primarily web services which allow efficient

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Coworking Versus Offices

excerpt from the upcoming book ‘Without Office’ by E. Mironichev Coworking is redefining the way we do work. Inspired by the participatory culture of the open source movement and the empowering nature of IT, we are building a more sustainable future. – CoWorking Manifesto Coworking is an integral part of the sharing economy and is

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Fastest Ways to Create Shortcuts in C# and VBNET

A shortcut or a “Shell Link” is basically a link to another file or object in your directory, which can also reference URLs (websites). This article will show you how to use C# and VBNET to create desktop as well as Internet shortcuts, to allow easier, faster access to resources, whatever your usage needs are.

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Learn How to Operate with Azure SQL Database

Azure SQL Database is a cloud database service which is high-performance, scalable, consistent, and secure database that can be used to develop data-driven applications. This general-purpose relational database can be used for different structures: for example, relational data, JSON, and XML. There’s an additional benefit to using Azure, which comes from the fact that it

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July 2017

Making Apps for VR: A Review of Available Programming tools

With the rise in the use of VR headsets, there are huge opportunities for developers to explore the uncharted territory of VR game development. VR is an exciting new development field, requiring engagement with a number of new disciplines and ideas as the developer seeks to create seamless, enjoyable and effective VR experiences. As VR

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React Native – review and compare native codes

React Native revolutionized the way mobile apps were developed, largely because of its use of native code components. Components are complete units of code meant to provide a specific functionality. Basically, the Component architecture achieves separation of concerns for the application and allows ease of access and use. This article takes you through a few

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Technologies Used to Write iPhone Applications

The iPhone app market is booming, and it’s a great playground for developers to get involved in, either for profit or as a vital learning experience. Given the iPhone’s dominance in the smartphone market, coding for iPhone gives you instant access to almost one-third of the entire mobile market in the US – 31.4% in

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