In this second post of Go series, we will see what Protocol Buffers are, data format and how to implement it in a Go-based application. We will also see how protocol buffers are effective over XML and …
Friday, Oct 25 2019
Among the number of programming languages out there, Go or Go language is gaining traction in recent times for numerous development tasks. If you want to develop distributed networked services or …
Monday, Oct 14 2019
On my last article, we discussed ownership in Rust. This article is an extension of the previous one which includes how ownership happens with functions and we’ll also look at borrowing.
Saturday, Oct 12 2019
Are you a rails developer? Do you want to get started with Django? Django which is a free and open-source web application framework uses a collection of modules written in python that helps you ease …
Friday, Sep 27 2019
In the second part of the Rust Series, we look at ownership in Rust and how ownership helps Rust to handle memory allocation at runtime. Learn more.
Saturday, Sep 21 2019
Svelte is a powerful compiler which any developer can choose for building UIs for the web. Ready-to-use web applications are easily created at a faster pace using svelte as it compiles the code while …
Wednesday, Sep 18 2019
In this first article of a series, sathish talks about what he thinks about Rust programming language and what you can do with it.
Saturday, Sep 14 2019
Rasa is an open-source chatbot framework that we have been using for designing and building our on-premise chatbots. Recently Rasa released a series of updates and also a new addition to the family- …
Thursday, Aug 29 2019
Learn how to use xstate a state machine interpreter package with React JS
Thursday, Aug 22 2019
Ruby on Rails gets better with its 6.0 release. Here are three of our favorite features in this release.
Saturday, Aug 17 2019
We made a Microsoft Teams Bot with Ruby on Rails, here is how you can do the same easily.
Sunday, Aug 4 2019
In this second part of creating a Simple Physics Engine, we dive into some advanced topics like Acceleration, Velocity and Force. Read on to learn more
Sunday, Jul 28 2019
Let us look at some python packages that will get you started on your machine learning path #StartWithSkcript
Monday, Jul 22 2019
Let's go back to basics with Ruby on Rails and see some of the Gems that we use everyday at skcript. #StartWithSkcript
Thursday, Jul 18 2019
In this first of #StartWithSkcript series, we dive into how to start your next project with Firebase. These are some of the steps we follow when we scaffold a project with Firebase. Read on to learn …
Friday, Jul 12 2019
Migrating from Dialogflow to Rasa is definitely not a piece of cake, except for training the Rasa-NLU. There are a few things that you should know about when you prepare to make this move.
Sunday, Jun 30 2019
The Game of Thrones series has been a part of our lives for 10 years now and they recently lowered the curtains on Season 8. Everyone had an opinion from who should’ve killed whom to who should’ve sat …
Friday, Jun 28 2019
Docker Compose offers a seamless way to build containers and orchestrate their dependencies, and helps lower the learning curve to build Dockerized apps. In this article you will learn how to …
Sunday, May 12 2019
We use physics, we see physics in action, we experience physics in everything we do in our day-to-day life. How do you add physics to your code and make your code also experience nature’s forces? …
You will learn how to use Redis along with a Node JS package called Kue to schedule background process for a simple node js application. Read more.
Wednesday, Apr 24 2019
Learn how to make a custom component to satisfy both the design language and make both look similar to a native application with React Native
Monday, Aug 6 2018
From the messages you send to the program you design, use data serialization for reliable communication and persist an object state across an independent architecture. A very common example used in …
Thursday, Jul 5 2018
We built a tool using natural language processing techniques that can help classify emotions involved in a text. In this article we introduce our tool EmoDet and share our experience in building it.
Tuesday, Jul 3 2018
Blockchain goes hand in hand with cryptography, so it is important that we maintain security and privacy of data. Extending the principles of blockchain, learn how to implement end-to-end encryption …
Wednesday, May 23 2018
When your Blockchain network grows, it will need much more flexibility. With Hyperledger Fabric, this is introduced with multiple chaincodes and multiple channels.
Saturday, May 12 2018
The frontend of your Blockchain network often rules how the system will work in the real world. Setting up an ExpressJS server for your Blockchain network to query the Ledger is pretty …
Friday, May 11 2018
The insurance industry is an old monolithic industry solving todays problems with yesterdays technology. We believe introducing blockchain to this industry can substantially secure the entire process.
Thursday, May 10 2018
Learn how to setup a NodeJS server for your Blockchain network to allow multiple users to interact with the chain easily.
Monday, Mar 26 2018
Get a peek into how a professional Hyperledger Fabric dev environment looks like. We take you from the directory structure to custom scripts we’ve written to automate testing.
Saturday, Mar 3 2018
In this article, we are going to understand the basic terminologies involved while writing a basic chaincode.
Friday, Feb 23 2018
This article is focused on understanding how Hyperledger Fabric Chaincode development is done and how to easily deploy it whenever you update the chaincode.
Monday, Feb 19 2018
In my previous article, I spoke about how to setup the Hyperledger Composer NodeJS SDK with expressJS to build your own RESTFul API for a Composer Business Network. And this article is a continuation …
Monday, Feb 12 2018
This strategy is a must have when you’re considering reusing some of the modules that you’d written earlier. Quick and easy to build, this works like a pro - learn more.
Friday, Feb 9 2018
Hyperledger Sawtooth saw one of the biggest releases in its history, which is Hyperledger Sawtooth 1.0. This is especially huge considering the fact that the platform is now enterprise ready. Learn …
Get a Grafana and InfluxDB stack up and running with Docker to monitor multiple servers across instances. Learn more.
Whatever the digital product, design matters. And design by extension goes onto User Interface and User Experience. Yet, how do we bring these experiences to life? By developing them of course and …
Tuesday, Jan 30 2018
"Why should I use Hyperledger Fabric for my Enterprise Blockchain?", "What is the preferred way of implementing Hyperledger Fabric?". Everything answered.
Wednesday, Jan 24 2018
Create a Pull Request on Github from Command Line interface with this simple bash script. Open Source.
Tuesday, Jan 23 2018
Understanding Hyperledger Policy Services. What is Hyperledger Blockchain Policy Service? How can you take advantage of Policy Service? And when you should use Hyperledger Policy Service?
Monday, Jan 22 2018
If you’re very new to blockchain and building your first network with Hyperledger fabric, I’d strongly suggest you to read this article so to understand the architecture of the framework and the …
Thursday, Jan 18 2018
You can now test your native apps on Appium. The platform is flexible and can be used to test both iOS and Android applications. Our developer tested it out and here’s a simple way in which you can …
Wednesday, Jan 17 2018
In my previous article, I wrote about how to run Hyperledger Fabric with multiple peers running in different physical machines. And in this article it’s more towards setting up Hyperledger Fabric with …
Tuesday, Jan 16 2018
Computer Science has seen many advancements as the years go by. One such advancement is AI and in AI, Image Recognition is making waves. In keeping up with this tech, our AI team worked on a small …
Friday, Jan 12 2018
A beginner guide to building your first application using Firebase Firestore. Everything you need to know about Firestore. And understanding Collections & Documents on Firestore.
Here are the top 5 React-Native components that have found a place on our developers' list of favorite components to use. As always, our MAD (Mobile Application Developer) likes counting down from …
Wednesday, Jan 10 2018
This article helps you to build a NodeJS based backend client that can communicate with your hyperledger composer network. We will be using Hyperledger Fabric Composer's Native JS SDK in this article …
Tuesday, Jan 9 2018
Before you jump into the Blockchain bandwagon, it is important to know if your business truly needs a Blockchain solution or not. Here's are some simple questions you need to answer.
Monday, Jan 8 2018
This article focuses on the easy understanding of Hyperledger Composer’s Transaction Processor function. Here, we will explain in detail with a real-world example to visualize the whole process.
Friday, Jan 5 2018
Blockchain technology is revolutionizing industries. The technology is capable of allowing trustworthy data to be exchanged between two parties in any supply chain system, without the intervention of …
In my previous article, I wrote about how to setup the Hyperledger Fabric Composer Business Network with a basic structure explaining each components of the architecture. This article is focused on …
Tuesday, Jan 2 2018
This article focuses on creating a simple business model that helps you with visualizing the abstract nature of Hyperledger Composer’s language.
Friday, Dec 15 2017
This article is for those who are getting started with blockchain and trying to use composer for quick development.
Thursday, Dec 14 2017
Allowing external configuration for Ruby gems has always been ugly. Both for the developer and the configure-r. However Ruby’s metaprogramming and singleton classes come to the rescue. Read on to find …
Friday, Dec 8 2017
There comes a time when every developer wants to be just a tad bit lazy - write simple code, build a little bot and generally read up. Our AI developer is no different, but he’s telling you how you …
Saturday, Dec 2 2017
There’s always a new messenger that greets you with every passing day. And now you can also make a messenger of your own with Firebase - learn how to make that messenger right here!
Wednesday, Nov 22 2017
Here’s a new framework that our AI Developer just unearthed - with this framework you can now extract text in a jiffy and also do a load of other cool stuff. Read on and find out how!
Tuesday, Nov 21 2017
The hack to asynchronous operations explained by our AI Developer - with just the right amount of code, back your code and carry out asynchronous operations like a pro.
Saturday, Nov 11 2017
Blockchain Technology is touted to be the game changer in 2018. But does it take to successfully implement this tech? As we get into the nitty-gritty of Blockchain tech, we explain the most prime …
Monday, Nov 6 2017
When we made the move to Discord, the everything was new to us. We started off with setting up a few bots - and this is how we wrapped our heads around the concept.
Friday, Nov 3 2017
After the launch of Firestore, a lot of people asked me about how to integrate push notifications for Firestore changes and new data additions, and here is the article explaining it.
Monday, Oct 30 2017
Firebase social logins have worked wonders when it’s built for a browser environment. But where do we look to enable the same social logins and build it for a mobile environment? Well, look no further …
Thursday, Oct 26 2017
Here's why, how and when to choose React Native before you build your iOS or Android application. Learn more.
Saturday, Oct 7 2017
With the release of FireStore we can now use it with cloud functions to do lots of wonders. Now, we are going to create a simple slack notification system via webhooks. Learn More.
Friday, Oct 6 2017
Are you a person handling a huge project based on React/React Native? If yes, this might help you.
Tuesday, Sep 5 2017
A business is as strong as it’s elements. Our CTO explains how you can send cloud-based emails to give your business the edge that it needs.
Wednesday, Aug 16 2017
App Store Optimization is something that many developers take it for granted. Here are some mistakes you should avoid.
Thursday, Jun 22 2017
Here’s how you can build your own Google Assistant App for GitHub! We’re open sourcing this and worry not, it’s legit cool stuff!
Friday, Jun 16 2017
Build a Google Assistant Bot for Firebase application using Actions on Google and Firebase Cloud Functions as Backend.
Friday, Jun 9 2017
How to build a RESTFul API for your Firebase app with Firebase Cloud Functions in under 30 minutes. Learn more.
Tuesday, Jun 6 2017
Steps to secure your AWS Account right after you signup for one. AWS 2FA, IAM and others. Learn more.
We have contributed to Ruby on Rails, and these podcasts constantly feed our ears with some Rails Juice.
Saturday, Apr 8 2017
It's always a nice gesture to redirect your users to the page they were the last visiting.
Sunday, Sep 25 2016
Our CTO, Swaathi, talks about our commitment to the #100DaysOfCommit challenge. Join us.
Friday, Aug 5 2016
Here are some of the most essential tools, a college kid should know about.
Tuesday, Aug 2 2016
Our UX Engineer tells you how you can minify your mailers, with Inky and Foundation.
Monday, Jul 25 2016
Learn how Shrink can help you reduce your Big Data's storage footprint.
Managing local time is such a huge challenge when making web apps. Here's an easy way.
Friday, Jul 22 2016
Scheduling database backup jobs are super easy and necessary.
Saturday, Jul 16 2016
It’s such a nifty and powerful tool, there’s so much you can do with it.
Tuesday, Jul 12 2016
Our Sr. Architect talks about the way you should approach a computer programming language.
Monday, Jun 27 2016
Our CTO talks about reducing painful conditional statements in your code.
Saturday, Jun 18 2016
Here is everything you need to know about the latest Shrink update in v40.04.
Friday, Apr 22 2016
A tutorial on how to set up a Raspberry Pi to control LED lights in minutes.
Thursday, Apr 21 2016
One of the most important features, now available for everyone.
Sunday, Mar 13 2016
Here is everything you need to know about the latest Shrink updates.
Wednesday, Mar 9 2016
Our Sr. Architect open sources the short commands for everyone to use.
Wednesday, Jan 13 2016
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