Testing your responsive web designs is crucial because the user experience on mobile devices is quite different from desktops. But actual testing on all the mobile devices in the market isn’t practical for most of us.
Unreal Engine 4 is introducing many new developers & students into the industry. Use this guide to get you kick started and familiar with some of the great resources the community has developed for new and veteran developers alike.
The biggest, most basic lesson from Jurassic Park for software testers (and society, I suppose) is that complex systems will fail. Not just that they might fail, which implies that we can comfortably weigh the possibility of failure against the size of the profit. That they will fail, and the bigger and more complex the system, the more unpredictable in nature the failure, and the bigger its consequences.
In order to find subtle bugs in a system design, it is necessary to have a precise description of that design. There are at least two major benefits to writing a precise design: the author is forced to think more clearly, helping eliminate "plausible hand waving," and tools can be applied to check for errors in the design, even while it is being written.
GoogleFit gives us the ability to get fitness data from different sources (sensors that are installed in smartphones, smartwatches, or fitness wristbands), save data to cloud storage and read a history of fitness measurements from sets of training sessions. To access data you can use the native Android API as well as the REST API for web client development.
If you’ve ever done spatial work with SQL Server, I hope you’ve come across the ‘nearest’ problem.
If you think daily stand-ups are working great for your team -- and, more importantly, the team thinks that too -- stick with them. If you're curious what life would be without them, then abandon them for a couple iterations and objectively observe what happens.
These are a set of articles that teach WebGL from basic principles. They are NOT old rehashed out of date OpenGL articles like many others on the net. They are entirely new, discarding the old out of date ideas and bringing you to a full understanding of what WebGL really is and how it really works.
SQL has gone out of fashion lately—partly due to the NoSQL movement, but mostly because SQL is often still used like 20 years ago. As a matter of fact, the SQL standard continued to evolve during the past decades resulting in the current release of 2011.
Want to bring more performance, speed, and scalability to your website? Or scale your sites for real-time services or message passing? Learn how, and get practical real-world tips in this exploration of Redis, part of a series on choosing the right data storage.