Whilst the World is being overwhelmed by the Covid-19 epidemic many nations are putting their citizens on lockdown. There are various models that nations are taking but what is common with all of them is reduction of movement and points of contact for their citizens.
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This being the last blog post in a three-part-series on Artificial Intelligence (AI) I just thought it would be appropriate to end with how AI will affect your current bread and butter- Your job. It is not a question of if but a question of when AI will likely replace humans on the job. The real question is how soon this will happen.
In my last blog post I discussed A Brave New World of AI. This was a general discussion on how AI is making an impact on the world today and what can be expected in the future. However, not all fields of application are impacted the same way and the method of application differs.
Unless you have been living under a rock in recent times, it is likely you have come across the term AI or Artificial Intelligence in full. This is a term that has been a big buzz-word recently whether you are talking about self driving cars or websites.
Internet connectivity can sometimes be taken for granted when developing an app. Whether it be a web app or a mobile app, this is a factor that should be given serious consideration. As a developer, you have to ask yourself whether it is important that users have access to the app even if there is no Internet connectivity.
It's been about 5 months since I made the decision to move into the mobile development space. A decision like that takes an initial investment. An investment to learn something new and that means time and even monetary investment.
If you have been using the Internet for a while, you have no doubt come across your fair share of poorly designed websites. There is more to web design than just how a website looks. For a website to be considered a good design, usability also has to be part of the equation.
This week, I completed a series of updates for a client's web app and a major headache of the process was discovering that a vendor for one of the software packages used in the app has abandoned it.
Software projects can become very complex because they often involve many people working together at a time. The people working together include developers, designers, analysts and clients.
There is no denying that mobile devices are taking up more of our lives and our time. It is therefore understandable if business owners feel the pressure to build a mobile app. That being said, is a mobile app right for your business?