7 Reasons You Need a Mobile App

By yuez | February 21, 2018 |

The reasons you need a mobile app for your business. Almost every business can benefit from better, more focused, and engaging communication with customers, clients, and employees. Leveraging the power of mobile technology could be just what you need to break through to an entirely new level of professionalism to grow your business and take … Continue reading “7 Reasons You Need a Mobile App”

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Commercializing IoT Technology – Is There A Need To Change Business Techniques?

By teamprinceton | October 25, 2017 |

A great achievement in the world of technology has been shaped in the form of the “Internet of Things” (IoT). This technology has gradually led to a revolutionary system that has not just affected workplaces but also homes. First, let us define IoT. The increase in the internet speed has evolved the usage of features … Continue reading “Commercializing IoT Technology – Is There A Need To Change Business Techniques?”

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Microsoft Office – Theme Change Event via VSTO Add-In

By teamprinceton | July 22, 2016 |

Microsoft Office doesn’t have a theme change event in their VSTO API, so in order to detect the theme change, we need to monitor the registry key “UI Theme”. The key can be found in the following registry path: For Office 2013: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\\SOFTWARE\\Microsoft\\Office\\15.0\\Common For Office 2016: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\\SOFTWARE\\Microsoft\\Office\\16.0\\Common The value is a REG_DWORD and its range … Continue reading “Microsoft Office – Theme Change Event via VSTO Add-In”

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AngularJS – ng-repeat and Radio Buttons

By teamprinceton | |

AngularJS – ng-repeat and Radio Buttons I recently had this problem where I had to select an item from a table. Nothing much, but I avoided buttons for this task and instead used a radio button against each row: where $scope.users = [{“userId”: 1, “firstName”: “a”,“lastName”:“b”}, {“userId”: 2, “firstName”: “c”,“lastName”:“d”}, {“userId”: 3, “firstName”: “e”,“lastName”:“f”}]; and … Continue reading “AngularJS – ng-repeat and Radio Buttons”

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How to set forHTTPHeaderField in iOS?

By teamprinceton | July 15, 2016 |

Using web services is a very common part of development for any iOS developer who is building a dynamic iOS application. Sometimes you may be doing everything correct, but not getting the desired response. You may not be able to consume a web service. Out of the many possible solutions, one solution is to set … Continue reading “How to set forHTTPHeaderField in iOS?”

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Hosting a WCF service

By teamprinceton | June 8, 2016 |

[fusion_text]To be able to consume a WCF service, it needs to be hosted. There are multiple options to host a WCF service, and all of them comes with various advantages and disadvantages. Available hosting options are as follows.   Hosting Option Description 1 Self-Hosting Hosting using Console Application, Win Forms, WPF Application etc. 2 Windows … Continue reading “Hosting a WCF service”

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WWDC’16

By teamprinceton | |

Q:When is WWDC? Siri: WWDC will take place from June 13 through June 17, 2016 in San Francisco. Yes, The next WWDC is here. Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), is a conference held annually by Apple Inc., where apple launches their new operating systems. There are various rumours cycling the internet about how the next iPhone will be. Last month … Continue reading “WWDC’16”

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HTML5 web app VS native mobile app VS hybrid mobile app

By teamprinceton | May 20, 2016 |

In this blog we will look into the differences between native, mobile and hybrid mobile applications. We will start by looking into native mobile apps, which are the conventional mobile apps. We will then look into web apps, which are written in HTML and are run using the browser. Then we will look into hybrid … Continue reading “HTML5 web app VS native mobile app VS hybrid mobile app”

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Reachability

By teamprinceton | March 18, 2016 |

The Reachability class can be used to check the network connectivity of an iOS device. It uses the System Configuration framework to monitor the network state of an iOS device. However Reachability cannot tell your application whether it is connected to a specific WIFI network or WLAN. Apple provides the headers for reachability class which … Continue reading “Reachability”

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Material Shadows with Inkscape!

By teamprinceton | January 1, 2016 |

[fusion_text] Are you into Material Design these days? Are you fighting to inherit all the technical spec defined by Google and trying to create a mock up of your app in Inkscape?? If ‘YES’, you’re one of us and we’re ready to help you out. In Material Design you can easily follow the Google Material … Continue reading “Material Shadows with Inkscape!”

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