Context This blog post discusses our case study of mobile app to Server communication and how we applied S.O.L.I.D patterns to the app with subsequent refactoring(s). We initially started our Server as a hybrid of Backend-As-A-Service (BAAS) and in-house implementation. Later we moved completely in-house. Throughout we accessed Server using BAAS SDK and our REST… Continue reading Case study – App to Server communication
Now On Tap For the last decade Google excelled in the desktop search. Google served relevant ads through the service which made up its revenue. But mobile is a different game. It is not open. The interaction is closed. How many times you used IMDB app rather than their website? The apps are the primary… Continue reading Thoughts: Google IO 2015
Got this new coding pal. I always listen to music while coding. Getting wired not only helps to focus but also to get into the coding zone. My earlier headset Bose AE 1 is a trusted work horse for over 7 years. Now it is showing its age and needs a fitting replacement. After looking at various… Continue reading My new coding pal!
I attended KDE/Qt conference in Bangalore last week (9-13 March’11). Talks about Qt, QtQuick, the interesting GCF (Generic Component Framework), sessions on first KDE app, bug squash session (orientation session on fixing bugs in KDE) are informative. Apart from talks it is a great experience to interact with KDE, Qt developers. Especially three things… Continue reading KDE Conf – where passion met profession.
I found this funny bug in forum nokia projects… it calculated that the last modified date is 41 years ago. I don’t think either myself or forum nokia existed by then 🙂 [UPDATE] : I still see the same bug at https://projects.forum.nokia.com/angel/wiki ,hope you are lucky to catch it.