UNDERSTANDING OF REACT FIBER ARCHITECTURE

Understanding Of React Fiber Architecture

React v16.0 was released with an update to react core algorithm. This new core architecture is named “Fiber”. Facebook has completely rewritten the internals of React from the ground-up while keeping the public API essentially unchanged, in simple terms it means only changing the engine of a running car. With this release, some new features Continue Reading »

Android 8.0 Behavior Changes

Android 8.0 Behavior Changes

Introduction: As everyone knows, a lot of changes made after API level 26 for optimizing Android system’s performance, the battery uses and other system-level problems which I am writing below: 1- Changes in Service. 2- Changes in Broadcast Reciever. 3- Changes in Push Notification 1-Changes in Broadcast Reciever: So before understanding the changes in broadcast receiver let’s Continue Reading »

dSYM File Error

Firebase Crashlytics Integration In iOS Swift (dSYM File Required Problem Resolved)

Introduction: Nowadays, Firebase Crashlytics is a very important part of our projects to monitor crashes of our applications that may be an android or iOS application. For the time being it is an unbeatable tool to log your day to day crashes for each user of your application. It provides good documentation and step by Continue Reading »

How prototype works in java script

How Prototype Works in JavaScript?

By default, every function has a property called prototype this property by default is empty and you can add properties and methods to it and when you create an object from this function. The object inherits its properties and methods. It has been often confusing to the beginners “How Prototype Works in Javascript” and with this, you will also get the Continue Reading »

OpenID connect Authentication with OAuth2 Authorization

OpenID connect Authentication with OAuth2.0 Authorization

In the previous decade, Open Authorization (OAuth) has emerged as an industry-standard protocol for authorization. Today, almost, every web application, mobile application uses OAuth 2.0(latest version of OAuth) for Authorization. According to Wikipedia, OAuth 2.0 is an open standard for delegated Authorization. It’s usually used as a method for Internet users to get their websites Continue Reading »

AWS EC2 How to Launch an Instance and Host a Website

In this tutorial, we will learn How to launch an EC2 Server which will be Ubuntu Linux Virtual Server and host a website by serving index.html. What is AWS? Amazon Web Services(AWS) is an Amazon.com subsidiary which offers cloud-computing services at very affordable rates, therefore making its customer base. Key AWS Services are EC2, RDS, Continue Reading »

Offline Content Storage and Sync with Server when Modified

What is If-Modified-Since? The smart and efficient way to get images, icons and more from your server. If-Modified-Since is an HTTP header Which is sent to the server as a condition. If the content has been changed on the server, then the server responds with 200 status code with the whole requested document. Else If Continue Reading »

Paytm Integration in Swift

This blog is about how to integrate Paytm with the iOS App. Steps to integrate paytm via SDK 1. Import the library : A library can be imported by two process : a) Via pods Add pod ‘Paytm-Payments’ in the pod file. Run ‘pod install’ from terminal. Now open the xcworkspace Go to “Link Binary With Continue Reading »

controller, restcontroller, spring boot

Difference Between the @Controller and @RestController

Spring Framework introduced @Controller and @RestController annotations to create a controller. Basically, the controller is used to handling the client requests for a particular resource. For example mydomain.com/home This request goes to dispatcher servlet then it will be forwarded to controller corresponding methods with that URL mapping If you create your controller using @Controller annotation Continue Reading »

Basic Fundamentals of Redux

Redux is a library which is use to maintain state of the application at application level , it reduces complexity of managing different states of the components when app is getting comparatively larger , it provides the privilege to maintain state of different components efficiently. Redux works on three basic principles 1) “Single source of Continue Reading »

End-User Testing

How to Make Each Round of Testing Count?

1. Lets list things we need to discuss:- Set our goal clear. Understand value of feature for End-User. Keep a track of all the test scenarios and new findings. After testing check have we covered all the checkpoints. UI checkpoints. Last but not least, give app/web_app to another tester who is not a part for Continue Reading »

Hibernate Mapping

Hibernate mappings are one of the key features of  Hibernate. They establish the relationship between two database tables as attributes in your model. That allows you to easily navigate the associations in your model and Criteria queries. You can establish either unidirectional or bidirectional i.e you can either model them as an attribute on only one Continue Reading »

What is EventBus Library and How Does it Work?

In this blog, we are going to discuss about the Eventbus library. What is EventBus: EventBus Is open Source android library that simplifies communication between Activities, Fragments, Threads, Services, with Less code, better quality.When we develop an android application we need to manage a lot of intercommunication between android components which some time’s become very Continue Reading »

Nearby API Post-Connection Phase

We have already discussed near pre-connection phase in our previous blog. Check this reference : http://blogs.innovationm.com/nearby-api-pre-connection-phase/ Now, in this blog, we will have a look at the post-connection phase. After the connection between advertiser and discoverer is made successfully, post-connection phase starts. In the post-connection phase, there is no distinction between advertiser and discoverer. Both can Continue Reading »

Spring Hibernate With EhCache

Ehcache is an open-source, standards-based cache for boosting performance, simplifying scalability and offloading your database. EhCache is used to improve performance by reducing the load on underlying resources.  It can also be used for RESTful server caching, application persistence, and distributed caching. In simple words, cache means a store of things that will be required Continue Reading »

Retrofit Library in Android

Retrofit is REST API Client for Java. It is developed by Square Inc. It uses OkHttp library for HTTP Request. It is a simple library that is used for network transaction. It is a very easy and fast library to retrieve and upload the data via Rest based web service. Adding Dependency in Build.gradle-

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Nearby API pre-connection phase

  Nearby Connections API is one of the many APIs available in google play services. This framework was introduced in early 2015. Initially, it allowed only those devices to share data which connected to the same wifi network. After June 2017, in the version 11.0, it also made use of Wifi hotspots, Bluetooth and BLE Continue Reading »

Room Persistence Library

  Last year 2017 Google announced a more secure and robust architecture to allow smooth database access while harnessing the full power of SQLite called Room Library. The Room Persistence library helps your app to create a cache on your device. In this blog, we are going to discuss Room Library and its implementation. Persistence in Android? Continue Reading »

Hibernate Query Language

  In this tutorial will discuss about Hibernate Query Language. HQL is an object-oriented query language. Hibernate Query Language(HQL) is same as Structured Query language(SQL), except that in HQL we use entity class name instead of table name. HQL provides its own syntax and grammar Ex.   From Employee emp . Where Employee is an entity class which are Continue Reading »

Spring Security with OAuth2

  Spring Security provides comprehensive security services for J2EE – based enterprise software applications. It is powerful, flexible and pluggable. It is not Proxy server, firewall, OS level Security, Intrusion Detection System,  and JVM Security. OAuth is open authorization protocol, which allows accessing resources of the resource owner by enabling the client applications on HTTP Continue Reading »