Angular Material, The Main Solution For Creating Good-Looking Apps?

To start with a short presentation, Angular Material is one of the most popular third-party package used by Angular enthusiasts to ease-up the entire development process by reutilizing common components, such as Cards, Data Tables, Inputs and many more. There’s a quite impressive list of available components, not to mention that it keeps growing with …

Dot Net, Still The Best Choice For Enterprise App Development

Over the last years, enterprise applications have turned into a crucial part of a lot of businesses. Also, unlike ‘back in the days’ a lot of companies now opt for their very own, customized enterprise apps, as they can be developed at significantly better prices. But let’s not forget one aspect: these applications need to …

This Is Nancy, The Latest Alternative To The ASP.NET MVC Framework

Nancy is an open-source .NET web framework or, if you prefer, designed to support the development of web applications, like web services, web resources, as well as web APIs. Sounds better now, don’t you think? Ok, but what makes it different than all the already existing frameworks, successfully used for years? Well, except the name …

Computers are nearly at par with humans when it comes to facial recognition

Facial recognition or identification has for a long time been used by law enforcement officers and forensic experts for tracking down antisocial and recognizing badly mutilated corpses. Nowadays, face recognition technology (in the form of software applications) is finding increasing application in other spheres of human activity. If recent studies and researches are to be …

Notes/Domino is finally official, preparing us for the second beta of version 10!

As previously reported, the folks over at IBM are doing their best in an attempt to make the Notes/Domino platform futureproof. In this direction, they are preparing to launch a second beta of the new version, 10, for the upcoming days. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Lotus Notes, it’s mainly an environment …