Tesseract for iOS

Tesseract for iOS

Introduction Tesseract is an optical character recognition engine for various operating systems. It is free software, released under the Apache License, and development has been sponsored by Google since 2006 until now (2020). This is the most popular and qualitative OCR-library. It uses artificial intelligence(AI) for text search and its recognition on images. It supports multiple platforms: MacOS, Window, Linux, but it can be compiled for iOS […]

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GAS Development by Typescript

GAS Development by Typescript

Introduction GAS (Google App Script) can be developed only in Javascript before, and there is no official local PC development tool provided by Google, so it was standard to edit code on the cloud, the developers can not use the management program software such as Git. However, in 2018, Google provided the Clasp tool, which made it possible to clone javascript codes locally or to […]

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iOS Programming: New updates in SWIFT 5.1

iOS Programming: New updates in SWIFT 5.1

1. Introduction     a) Released date On 20th September 2019, Apple released the brand new Xcode 11,  featuring support for new iOS 13. And came along with that, Apple released new version of its developing language: Swift 5.1.     b) Overall Swift 5.1 builds on the strength of Swift 5 by extending the stable features of language to compile time with the introduction […]

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Laravel | CakePHP comparison

Laravel | CakePHP comparison

Introduction Laravel is a PHP open source frammework. Laravel is developed and maintanced by Taylor Otwell. Its architectural patterns are majorly  based on Symfony. Although Laravel was created quite late (2011) compared to other PHP frameworks such as Symfony (2010), CakePHP (2005). But to now, Laravel is framewok leading in the number of users, stars on Github and also searches on Google or StackOverflow. Star […]

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Using external Diff in Sourcetree

Using external Diff in Sourcetree

Source Tree Diff External Git is one of the best and most preferred version control system available. Many projects implement Git repositories for storing and managing codes, regardless of whether it for a big enterprise or a small-scale project. With Git, it becomes easy to code and offer exciting integration features, which would help you to work with ease on any project or along with […]

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Android Studio 3.5 Release Note Summary

Android Studio 3.5 Release Note Summary

Android Studio 3.5 focuses on improving three main areas of the IDE: system health, feature polish, and fixing bugs. I) New Function 1) Recommended memory settings By default, Android Studio has a maximum heap size of 1280MB. If you are working on a large project, or your system has a lot of RAM, you can improve performance by increasing the maximum heap size for Android Studio processes, such […]

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AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio Code

AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio Code

AWS Toolkit ♦ This extension makes it easier for developers to develop, debug locally, and deploy serverless applications that use Amazon Web Services (AWS). You can use the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio Code as follows: Develop serverless applications locally, and then deploy them to an AWS account (see Usage). Manage certain supported AWS resources in an AWS account (see Usage). This includes: Listing and […]

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Navigation App

Navigation App

1.   Introduction 1.1 Navigation App An application that helps you easily to find places around your location using GPS. Especially the app is integrated Augmented Reality[1], which allows places to be placed within the Augmented Reality world using real-world coordinates. Written for both iOS (use ARKit[2] – Apple) and Android (use ARCore[3] – Google). 1.2 How Navigation App Works Uses GPS to get your location. […]

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