According to the ergonomics of human-system interaction, User Experience (UX) is a person’s perceptions and responses that result from the use or anticipated use of a product, system, or service.
Almost every industry experienced a downfall during the COVID-19 pandemic. At worse, some businesses were even shut down. However, some thrived during the tough times and kept booming to date.
At the I/O 2021, Google announced the release of Flutter 2.2, the latest release of the open-source toolkit for building cross-platform apps. The new version now makes it easier to monetize the app through in-app purchases, add payments and ads to the application, connect to cloud services & APIs that help in extending app functionality, etc. Apart from this, Flutter is updated with new tooling and language features that help developers increase app performance and reduce the package size.
Software development is the biggest trend in the IT industry. Digital transformation, software modernization, cloud computing are some of the sought-after practices to prepare businesses for the current and post-COVID scenario.
Where there is a necessity, there is an invention. When the F&B (food and beverages) industry saw a downfall, it looked out for ways to rise above the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of the innovative concepts such as contactless dining, DIY meal kits, cloud kitchen, etc. have been enabling F&B players to sustain their business & recover losses.
The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us to deal with uncertainties. It made us realize the power of digitization and unveiled ways for sustainable recovery from the losses.
Cloud cost optimization in simple terms is attaining the proper balance between performance and cost and then maintaining it. It is the process of decreasing overall cloud spend by distinguishing mismanaged resources, discarding waste, holding capacity for higher discounts, and right-sizing computing services to sales.
CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Integration) is a process and behavioural model that assists organizations to streamline their processes efficiently and encourage productivity, promote efficient behaviour to decrease risk in software, product and service development.
By 2024, low-code will be responsible for 65% of application development activities, according to Gartner. The pressure to deliver digital solutions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated its adoption.