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There are lots and lots of Apps. In fact there are over a couple of million Apps including all of the major brands, Apple, Google, Blackberry, Microsoft with Apple at the top and Microsoft in the bottom. But this is a growing market. The variety is truly bewildering, different size devices; different operating systems(OS); different programming languages;  and different orientations. This post is not very recent but you can see how the various mobile operating systems compare: http://www.ibtimes.com/android-vs-ios-whats-most-popular-mobile-operating-system-your-country-1464892 The interactive image in the article really shows the popularity of a given OS/device among different geographical regions. Windows Phone Apps is for example based on Microsoft's Window 7, 8, 8.1 OSs using .NET. With Windows OS and Visual Studio one can build Apps for all of Microsoft devices cove... (more)

App development with outsystems - Cross-Platform App development - Part 2

outsystems is cloud based development platform built on top of Visual Studio. You can create an account on the following page (by clicking Get Started): http://www.outsystems.com/offer/ga/web-application-development/?utm_source=MSN&utm_medium=CPC&utm_term=%2Bapp%20%2Bdevelopment%20%2Bplatform&utm_content=cross%20platform%20app%20development&utm_campaign=SEARCH%20-%20US%20-%20Dev%20Tools I created an account as shown: Once you start accessing your service by clicking on the email link from Outsystems site you are directed to the Personal environment overview where you can watch a video whic... (more)

Wiring up the Internet of Things with Node-RED

Node-RED created in an IBM laboratory (UK) is a GUI for wiring up the Internet of Things (IoT) built-on Node.JS. It is possible that some of you have known, or used LabView. LabView  is a GUI for wiring up complex laboratory equipment like Voltage sources, measuring instruments, automated relays, rf generators, lasers, robots etc., but Node-RED is some thing similar for IoT but lot more extensible network-wise. Of course my knowledge of LabView is not current and you may find more information from National Instruments. Source: http://iotsolutionsalliance.intel.com/member-roster/... (more)

Azure ML: Predictive analytics as a Service (PaaaS?)

It is a fully managed Machine Learning Cloud service for predictive analytics solutions. It takes in historical data and create a statistics based model to predict future trends. It would immediately find applications in eCommerce (purchasing trends), pharmaceuticals, traffic; epidemics studies, etc. and forecast future events and take proactive steps. You can start building a service now. Azure ML is, Designed for new and experienced usersProven algorithms from MS Research, Xbox and BingFirst class support for the open source language R Seamless connection to HDInsight for big d... (more)

Using the Azure RemoteApp Service - Part 2

I have a Windows 8.1 Professional computer but I have not installed any Office application such as Word, Excel etc. By using the Azure RemoteApp I can access these Windows programs on the Azure servers and do everything I want to do with them. Read my previous post about creating a Azure RemoteApp Service here: http://hodentek.blogspot.com/2014/07/creating-azure-remoteapp-service-now-in.html The Program works in a Client / Server mode (ah!). You have a client sitting on your computer and it sends requests to your Azure RemoteApp Service in the Cloud. After establishing a connection y... (more)