In this article we explore a potential use case for showing multiple layers with the TomTom Maps SDK
In this tutorial we’ll walk through an application that uses a public data set of film locations in New York City to display these locations and information about them on a map.
In this article, we introduce Blazor and Web Assembly, learn about the creation of Blazor for .NET developers, then build a sample Blazor application and component.
Let’s face it: It’s been a long time since messaging was just about human-to-human communication (for high-performing organizations, at least). Today, bots and integrations are first-class citizens of messaging tools, and with good reason. Instead of waiting for a member of the DevOps team to receive an OpsGenie alert when a cloud system experiences a […]
For most organizations, software development is team-driven. Good communication—messaging—is crucial to working together as a team and, increasingly, for working effectively with the tools used by the team. In recent years, instant messaging has taken over not only social networks, but also the workplace. In many ways, a collaboration tool based on instant messaging is […]
In this article we’ll review a few tips and best practices to evaluate how you might improve your DevOps workflows.
Angular is one of the prominent open-source frameworks for building web and mobile applications. Developed by Google, Angular has evolved over the years into a comprehensive development framework that includes all of the tools and components required to build a web app. Angular follows a clear roadmap, with a new major version of Angular released […]
It wasn’t so long ago that software teams wrote code for months, or even years at a time before delivering to the customer. Teams deployed huge monolithic applications all at once. This approach translated into a lot of planning, a lot of QA, and a lot of stress, and it obviously has some downsides. With […]