Python has evolved as one of the most versatile programming languages. Introduced in the year 1991, it has become one of the favourite programming languages for developers, startups, and some of the giant tech brands for several reasons. There are thousands of applications built using this server-side programming language.
The mobile app development world is fast-paced, competitive, and time-driven. The developers’ community is on a constant lookout for new tools, frameworks, and libraries that can help them keep up with ever-growing, agile business requirements.
Python is one of the most wanted programming languages by developers worldwide. The popularity of this high-level programming language can be estimated from the fact that over 155,543 websites online are built using Python, with 89,952 unique domains. | Similar Tech
There are currently over 2.7 billion smartphone users globally, and 90% of mobile time is spent on apps. Amongst the 4+ million apps that are already uploaded on the app store and play store, there are only a few that receive exceptional downloads, have a great user retention and engagement rate.
7% of Google’s daily searches are health-related, equivalent to 70,000 searches every minute. People are asking us questions about conditions, medication, symptoms, and insurance, confirms David Feinberg (VP, Google Health).
Constant attention by a good nurse may be just as important as a major operation by a surgeon. -Dag Hammarskjold
We usually come across websites and apps that have a poor usability quotient. This is acknowledged through gaps in the UI/UX, such as font size, improper navigation, lightening or color contrast issues, incompatibility with a certain user agent, etc.
Gurgaon, 8th January 2020: Daffodil Software, a leading software services company, today announced that they have been positioned as an ‘Emerging Niche Player’ in the Zinnov Zones for ER&D 2019 ratings.
Patients with scheduled clinical appointments, who do not show-up, harms the clinical workflow, patient care system, and cost-effective care delivery. Studies suggest that 1 out of every 5 appointments are a no-show.