MoSync is an open-source cross-platform mobile application development environment that makes it easy to develop apps for all major mobile platforms from a single code base.
Monday, November 25, 2013
Thursday, November 14, 2013
Different cross platform technologies have emerged to overcome the challenge of building native build for different operating systems. Although cross platform technologies come as good alternative, every platform has its own set of limitations. The big question is to identify an appropriate tool based on requirements. In this blog post we would address this problem by comparing some of the popular cross platform tools. We will look at Titanimum, Kony and MoSync as they are some of the most popular cross platform tools being used today. We will be doing a comparative analysis of these tools based on the ease of development, memory footprint analysis and App performance.
Posted by Ashutosh Tripathi at 12:04 AM
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
A multi-tenant architecture is designed to allow tenant-specific configurations at the UI, business rules, business processes and data model layers. This is enabled without changing the code thereby transforming complex customization into configuration of software. This drives the clear need for "metadata driven everything" including metadata driven database, metadata driven SOA, Metadata driven business layer, Metadata driven AOP and Metadata driven user interfaces.
Posted by Ratnesh Parihar at 5:52 AM
Tuesday, July 9, 2013
The trend in recent years is to model the entities in application's object model and to use the database for storing the persistence information defined in the entity layer. This helps you create loosely coupled application components, richer relationship between objects, support various databases etc. With tools like Hibernate, it is really easy to map an object model into a relational database schema.
Posted by Ranjan Kumar at 1:16 AM
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
With latest entity Framework (EF) releases and with the entire world moving to Object Relational Mappings for all the data access needs, it is quite normal for a developer to think that EF is the right choice before starting to design the data access layer. The latest release by Microsoft has made it easy for the developers to code and get started with Entity Framework. It is when someone starts writing the actual code that they realize that just EF may not actually be the right choice for all requirements.
Posted by Mayank Goyal at 12:11 AM
Monday, February 11, 2013
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
One of our clients, TailoredMail recently unveiled their path breaking feature called EmailApptimizer. EmailApptimizer turns your emails, landing pages and microsites into instant mobile touch-screen applications.
Posted by Poushali Ganguly at 11:02 PM