Finding The Right Kind of Mobile Application for You

When considering Mobile Application development, it is important to be familiar with the three different options available. The three types of Mobile Applications – Native Apps, Hybrid Apps, and Responsive Web Apps. Here, we will be breaking down some of the pros and cons of each type of app. At the end of this blog, you will find a chart of all the valuable information.   Native Apps A Native application means the application…

Part2 – Issues and challenges After migration of Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services

In Part-1, SSRS migration steps have been discussed. Many congratulations for SSRS migration but migration journey is not yet over. SSRS migration opens door for new issue and challenges due to feature update but also it welcomes new feature that comes with newer version of SSRS. Below mentioned all problem statements are related to migration…

PART 1 – Migration of Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services to New Server

One of our client was using SSRS2008R2 (Native Mode) and they decided to upgrade to SSRS2017. There are two methods available that can fulfil this upgrade. One by using some scripting and another one by physically moving ReportServer database to the new server. Physically moving ReportServer database to the new server is a recommended method…

Why Wait? Hit the Ground Running with HoloLens 2!

Microsoft’s second-generation mixed reality headset, the Hololens 2, was announced back in March of this year with a release slated for the end of 2019. The new device introduces features that will allow for innovative solutions across a variety of industries including construction, medicine, manufacturing, and education. These features include the same spatial understanding that…

Automated Regression Testing – Quality Is Not an Act, It Is A Habit

With the software development lifecycle becoming more complicated by the day, and increasing demand for the delivery of the project, testers need to provide feedback and evaluations instantly to the development teams. Releases that used to happen once a month, now occur weekly and updates are imposed on almost every other day. After every build,…