Guides For Developers

Building Pluto The Robot, Part IV: Camera

The hour has come for the conclusion of my series of articles about building Pluto, a robot prototype controlled remotely via Wi-Fi connection and a browser. In the previous entries we constructed the robot and prepared the server side. Today's conclusion will cover attachment of a camera and setup of real-time video streaming to the said browser

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Building Pluto The Robot, Part III: Web Server

Hello again! It's time to continue the making of Pluto the Robot. Since the events described in Part I and Part II, our Pluto has become able to receive commands, move forward, backward, to the left and to the right

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Building Pluto The Robot, Part II: First Ride

Hello everyone! I'm back to proceed with building Pluto! Today I'm going to tell you how to teach it to receive the simplest commands and execute them

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Angular Native - NativeScript with Angular 2

Meet Angular Native – a new platform that allows to create native software using cross-platform technologies. In other words, you get the best of both worlds – native performance and code sharing capabilities.


How is it possible? How does it work? Can it become the perfect budget-saving solution to base your software product on? Read further to see!

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Building Pluto The Robot, Part I: The Chassis

Remember Pluto, our new two-wheeled robot prototype? That's the one who has a camera eye and streams video to a browser. Well, today's the time to start a series of articles that can show you through the process of its creation! I am Sergey Koba, PHP/Ruby Team Leader and Pluto's creator, and I will be your guide

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IoT At MobiDev: Pluto The Robot

Meet Pluto, our two-wheeled robot prototype, a curious venture into the Internet of Things. He can explore the world through his camera eye. This little robot has been recently assembled in MobiDev by our PHP/Ruby Team Leader Sergey Koba

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Choosing JS Framework For Your Software Project

Over the last few years JavaScript has gone the way from a script language, used for mere embellishment of web pages, to an essential tool. It is impossible to imagine modern IT without it. If we talk about web development, we can consider JS not only for the client side, but for the server as well

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3 Types Of Web Application Architecture

In web development, such terms as ''web app'', ''front-end architecture'', ''Web 2.0'', and ''HTML5 apps'' are often used in a misleading context which doesn't consider the full specifics of implementation and usage of web architectures. Today we'll find out more about the web application architecture types in the light of the latest web trends and key issues that matter to software product owners

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RAD.js Trending On GitHub

Another fine day for our RAD.js development toolkit - its AnimateTransition library currently ranks #7 trending on GitHub. What a great opportunity to say thank you to all the developers who put RAD.js into practice, and to our team that constantly updates the toolkit and creates high-performance multiplatform software for our Clients

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Swift: How We Code Your iOS Apps Twice Faster

Swift, Apple's new programming language, is going to define the future of iOS development, regardless of developers' opinions, be they good or bad. All the hype aside, the use of Swift can help a developer save approximately 20-50% of development time, while the number of lines of code can be reduced roughly by half. Swift is highly readable, way more than Objective-C. For developers it means convenience. For software owners it means receiving high-quality apps earlier than they could hope before

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