Irina Sidorenko

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Should Every Company Consider Providing an API?

In our previous article, we figured out what Application Programming Interfaces (or APIs) are, how they work, and what benefits you can obtain by …

Microservices

How to Create Mobile UI Animations That Meet Users’ Needs

Interface animation is an essential part of developing any digital product, application, or website. Think about how rarely you come across an …

Advanced Video Processing for Ruby on Rails with FFmpeg Filters and Frei0r Plugin Effects

This is the second article in my series on video processing with Rails. Here I’m going to describe more advanced things like video and audio filters, …

JavaScript

How to Develop a Hulu-Like Mobile Video Streaming App: Feature Set and Business Model

Media consumption has taken some new turns in recent years. According to App Annie, TV viewers spent nearly 12 billion hours in the top 10 video …

In-App Purchases

What Can You Do with ARKit and What Apps Are Using It?

Apple recently released iOS 11, and now everyone in the industry is talking about ARKit, Apple’s SDK that lets developers build augmented reality …

Apps

Netflix, Hulu, DirecTV NOW, YouTube TV, HBO Now, and Others: How to Pick Your Niche in Video Streaming App Development

Television has changed drastically since the beginning of the previous century. We started with mechanical-scan television receivers; then the …

Sling TV

Readymag, an Ultimate Tool to Introduce Your Business and Maintain a Strong Presence on the Web

Launched in 2012, Readymag, the web product of a US-based startup, lets you build mini sites, presentations, portfolios, digital magazines, and photo …

How to Develop Apps for Children and Avoid Typical Mistakes

Many experienced designers and developers who have created dozens or even hundreds of cool, well-thought-out apps during their careers find …

Apps

Silicon Valley vs. Wall Street

How tech is breaking the bank<p>Thirty years ago last Monday, the <b>Dow Jones Industrial Average</b> fell by 508 points.<p>The 22.6% drop, known as <b>Black Monday</b>, was the biggest decline ever recorded on Wall Street. The culprit was an algorithm run amok: software automatically started selling off futures when …