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blog / Aug 1, 2017

How to Compile and Sign OS X Project for Independent Distribution

This article describes how to obtain project codes from GitHub, compile and sign the application for an independent distribution outside the App Store, and pack the application using NavX OS X project example.   Step 1. Receive the source codes from Git.   The source codes are available at the link from the ant branch of the gosnavx-x-tarverse project:
Alex Arting
blog / Jul 24, 2017

Is this the end of free apps from Apple and Google?

Free mobile apps will disappear very soon – says Igor Esipovich, Head of Mobile Development at Artezio, PO of Cost Track project. Based on the latest trends and the changes in mobile development world, he makes a conclusion that in no time free and freemium apps will be replaced with monthly subscription apps. That is why today more and more developers choose subscription model when they create new mobile apps.
Alex Arting
blog / Jul 6, 2017

Vladimir Krylov, Artezio Expert, “AI will Soon be Able to Replace Doctors”

Artificial Intelligence can independently diagnose patients in health clinics and will soon be able to replace physicians effectively. This is an opinion expressed by Professor, PhD, Vladimir Krylov, Scientific Advisor at Artezio.
Alex Arting
blog / Jun 27, 2017

Back-end solution for robust mobile e-payment platform

Complete dependency on our mobile phones is the reality today and chances are this tendency will only increase over the next two years, specifically in financial sector. Statistics indicate that there are over two billion self-banked consumers with mobile phone access worldwide and the overall number of consumers without bank accounts is increasing.
Alex Arting
blog / Jun 2, 2017

Artezio has reconfirmed its status as a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner

This spring Artezio has again confirmed its status as a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner with an Application Development Competency. The Microsoft Gold Certified Partner Status showcases Artezio high level of technological expertise in applying Microsoft development tools.
Alex Arting
blog / May 30, 2017

Information Portal for Operators of an Insurance Company

Today company information systems are not just static text. Most of the time they serve the purposes of an e-learning platform and aim to train and assess knowledge of company employees. This poses a number of challenges. Usually the information is classified. The materials are provided in big volumes and in various formats. Since it’s an information portal, it implies simultaneous work of many people all dealing with different content. And since it’s a corporate solution it needs to be integrated with other systems.
Alex Arting
blog / May 18, 2017

Top 9 Business Messengers

Cisco Jabber tops the rating of the most technologically advanced messengers in the corporate segment. According to the special research, conducted by Artezio Analytical Department, Cisco Jabber significantly outranks IBM and Microsoft products based on its technological functionality and usability.
Alex Arting
blog / May 12, 2017

How We Built an Uber-App with React Native and JavaScript

Many companies today aim at creating software solutions that can run on all mobile platforms and PCs at the same time. And this is particularly important when developers build an app that motivates people to use it in any situation and any place. What We Created:
Alex Arting
blog / May 3, 2017

Useful Tips for Developers: How to Choose a Technological Framework for Machine Learning

Today adoption of machine learning technologies has become the key development trend for software companies. The use of AI determines product competitiveness on the global IT market. However, engineers who are just at the start of AI developments come across a great variety of questions concerning the choice of basic algorithmic approaches to problem solving. In this article, I’d like to describe the main features and use cases of AI in software development. Problems and Solutions
Alex Arting
blog / Mar 24, 2017

Testing Artificial Intelligence: from Games to Industrial Apps

Publications on developments in machine learning usually describe not only operating processes of a neural network or an algorithm but also the basis of AI training. Generally, publicly available datasets recognized by the community are used for training purposes. However, it would be interesting to assess how effectively a system can be trained to the required quality level in another target system that a reader, for example, would like to develop.
Alex Arting
blog / Mar 16, 2017

Standardization and Big Data

The emergence of standards in any technical field shows that the time of unique start-up solutions is coming to an end. Today these solutions are gradually being replaced by an industrial approach. New players are stepping in, they are not eager to take part in terminology controversy, but they would like to build rapport with partners and open their business to new consumers with whom they can speak a common language.
Alex Arting
blog / Feb 20, 2017

BYOD and Business Mobility: Top Common Misconceptions

Business mobility is a wide term that covers a large range of questions starting from interactions with clients to arranging employees’ remote work. In this article, we will consider such aspect of corporate mobility as implementing a BYOD policy (Bring Your Own Device) in terms of increasing enterprise operational efficiency. Many companies have already adopted BYOD which assumes that employees use their own devices and technology solutions at their workplace. However, the attitude to this issue varies.
Alex Arting
blog / Feb 15, 2017

Artezio among Top Software Testing Firms according to Clutch Rating

Today Clutch has published an updated report on top software testing firms. The research leverages the proprietary Leaders Matrix methodology, which maps each firm's focus on software testing against their ability to deliver reliable and high-quality results to their clients. The report includes eighteen companies, eight of them are qualified as leaders, and the next ten are referred to as top contenders.
Alex Arting
blog / Dec 15, 2016

GigaSpaces: Basic Concepts

Suppose you have an app with a standard architecture of the following type “UI+web service+database”, and you would like to scale it. In this case, a number of problems may arise, such as high database load, no synchronization between instances, etc. To solve these issues, the In-memory-data-grid (IMDG) technology can be used. IMDG is a cluster key-value store designed for high-load projects that have large data sets and strict requirements for scalability, speed, and reliability.
Alex Arting
blog / Dec 8, 2016

9 Reasons to Order Software Development Services in Belarus

Today almost any company facing a need to create a software solution considers the ideа of attracting remote teams for development. As far as each business strives to minimize its expenditures and at the same time maintain high quality, it makes sense to turn to software vendors from Asia and Eastern Europe: India, Brazil, China, Poland, Russia, and Belarus. These days executives from the US and Western Europe often tend to choose developers from Belarus. Why should companies pay attention to Belarusian developers?
Alex Arting
blog / Dec 1, 2016

Quality Management System Standards in IT

Today almost all medium and large IT companies are ISO 9001 certified. However, is it possible to develop high quality software, manage networks, provide Internet access, etc. without ISO 9001 certification? Definitely, yes. Then why is ISO 9001 so popular in the IT industry? And is it really good that this standard is so widespread? Let’s try to find answers to these questions.
Alex Arting
blog / Nov 17, 2016

Case Study. The System of Online Foreign Languages Education

Artezio team had to create a web-platform for learning foreign languages with teachers. The Customer had strict requirements including development of a wide range of functions that would make the site handy for users. Among these functions, there is not only possibility to choose a teacher but also storage for methodical materials, audio- and videoconferences, notes posting, leaving comments about teachers, and other important features. The website had to operate on computers and tablets.
Alex Arting
blog / Nov 10, 2016

From Enterprise Social Networks to Digital Workplace: Evolution of IT Business Platforms in Agile

As early as in 2012, in the article “From Intranet Portals to Enterprise Social Networks”, we noted that medium and large businesses had increasing interest in enterprise social networks considering them an effective means of internal communication. Besides, we marked a tendency towards shifting from traditional collaborative methods based on strictly regulated business procedures to more flexible approaches using social services that encourage employee engagement and knowledge sharing.
Alex Arting
blog / Nov 3, 2016

A Bank in your Pocket or your Pocket in a Bank?

The rapid growth of digital technologies has led to the development of a new vision of consumer comfort zone which has also affected the banking sector. Today banks focus on rendering services through remote banking channels, building partner networks, introducing new bank and non-bank products and solutions. In other words, banks are making every effort to attract new businesses and maintain the existing clients. Let`s think for a while and ask a question, “Where does it all lead?”
Alex Arting
blog / Oct 27, 2016

Challenges Faced by Distributed Teams. Part 3

In this last article about distributed teams we would like to summarize how we overcame challenges facing our distributed team and what the result was. So, what was actually done?
Alex Arting