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OCR Conversion in UIPath

UI PATH: HOW TO USE OCR (OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION) IN REAL TIME The OCR Activity is the most used activity nowadays for extracting content from the website, Image, Scanned PDF, Hand Written Text and so on. Extracting information or data from...

How to Upgrade to Rails 6

Oh, you just never stop learning with Rails. 15+ years old, and still there’s always something new. The all new version Rails 6.0.0 is here. Many developers will have the chance to upgrade their existing apps and use some brand new features. As of a...

How To Hire a Ruby on Rails Developer in 2020

Despite the idea that RoR is here to stay, there has been some advancements in the web application development for some time. Some tough competition has been coming up from other frameworks such as Node.js and Python Django/Flask. However, there is...

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Top Reasons Why Mobile Apps Fail

It is no secret that despite the best of efforts, some mobile apps inevitably fail. On the other hand, some mobile apps may look very simple, yet they continue to excel in the market year after year. So, what are the...

Mobile App Development and DevOps

Developing mobile apps is not a destination, it is a journey — and a never-ending journey at that. It begins with the conception of an idea to rigorous development, testing and rollout, followed by getting people to...

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Is Ruby on rails dead in 2019?

Chronicles of Ruby on Rails Ruby was invented and released (Ruby 0.95) in 1995 by Yukihiro “Matz” Matsumoto in Japan and like any languages, it has undergone several changes in its avatar with the latest version to be 2...

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Manual Testing is an Art

If you think Manual Testing can be done by anyone, think again. In truth, manual testing can be successfully performed only by professionals – the Software Testers. You see, Software Testing is not just a process that...

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