Cloud Solutions Guide

How to Choose the Right Cloud Solution for Your Web and Mobile Applications?

In today’s digital landscape, leveraging cloud technology has become essential for businesses aiming to scale efficiently, enhance agility, and deliver exceptional user experiences. Whether you’re developing web or mobile applications, selecting the right cloud solution is crucial for success. With a plethora of options available, ranging from infrastructure to platform services, navigating the cloud can…

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Understanding Public, Private and Hybrid Cloud

Navigating Cloud Options: Public, Private, and Hybrid Cloud Explained

In the ever-evolving landscape of cloud computing, businesses are confronted with a myriad of options to consider when deciding where and how to host their applications and data. Among the most prominent choices are public, private, and hybrid clouds. Each offers unique advantages and challenges, catering to different needs and priorities. Understanding the differences between…

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[Fixed] : “Could not find” Error

You import a project in the new version of Android Studio and get the following error (while running or building) Could not find Searched in the following locations: … Required by: project :app The problem is the missing dependency. Beginning with Android Studio 3.2 Canary 11, the source for AAPT2 (Android Asset Packaging Tool…

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GCM Test Tool

GCM Notifications Test Tool

  Here is a nifty little tool to help developers test GCM notifications. While developing GCM or Google Cloud Messaging Notifications in Android applications, it is important to have a simple server to test if client code is working correctly. This free GCM notifications test tool below does exactly that – allows you to easily…

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Viewing Unpushed Git Commits

You can view changes you have made in your local repository which haven’t been pushed to the origin (remote) repository using the following command: git log origin/<yourbranchname> In case your local branch has been configured with an upstream branch, then you can use the below shorthand: git log @{u}.. or git log @{upstream}.. If you…

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