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Hacking With Google

Nowadays everything is connected through the internet, we are living in the information age, due to that, the lives of many people have been changing and will continue to change as technology rapidly advances, this is why we must keep in mind the necessity to move at the same pace as for not getting stuck. Most people have been making their searches on engines such as Bing, Yahoo, MSN, DuckDuckGo, Ask, AOL, Ecosia and the better known of all, Google. Whether for work, leisure, school or any other motive, most of the times we use a search engine to make […]

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Looking in greater detail at Knockout in Magento 2

Now that we have a working component setup we can start taking a look at how powerful KO JS is within the context of Magento 2. Knockout observables The most useful feature in Knockout JS is the observable along with the observable arrays. It enables you to have dynamic data-binding with variables that are immediately updated in the template when the value within the component changes. An observable array acts in the same way, and like the normal observable you can subscribe to the change events and generate logic within your component when the values change. So let’s go about […]

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How AI, Machine Learning and Automation will Impact Business in 2018 and Beyond

This post was guest-authored by Tara Callinan and Jenneva Vargas from Accelo We are living in exciting and innovative times with futuristic technology literally at our fingertips. But for the longest time, small to medium sized businesses were not serviced by the latest tech trends enterprises have been able to benefit from. That is, until now. In this article, we’ll explore these technology trends and how they will impact business in 2018 and beyond. So, what kind of things can this ‘smart’ tech do? Just 4 months ago, an AI machine managed to complete a University level math exam 12 […]

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How to build Android apps and not crash in the attempt (Part II)

In the previous post, we showed you how to set up our project. If you missed it, you can check it out here. This time we will show you how to make an API request, receive, and parse it to a java object using one of the most popular library called retrofit. You can check the detailed documentation here.   Adding retrofit to the project Let’s start by adding the necessary dependencies in gradle using the latest stable version. Go to project view (1), make sure that the view type is Android (2), and open Gradle Scripts -> build.gradle. (3) […]

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React Native VS Ionic: Specific cases

As technology increases, we have more and more access to a lot of alternatives for building many kinds of applications, and of course, this is the case for Native Mobile apps. We have a lot of options to choose from but, as always, people will say the same phrase to us when we ask them what should we use: “It depends on the application you want to create”, but how are we supposed to know that the thing we want to build in fact will be well served by some technology?. The thing is that in most cases the problems […]

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MagmaHackers

The top-talent development program created by MagmaLabs ¿Qué es? ¡Es una experiencia de aprendizaje única que cambiará tu vida! Mediante el desarrollo de proyectos y con el acompañamiento de nuestros mentores te convertirás en un desarrollador experimentado. ¿Quiénes pueden participar? Estudiantes y egresados con hambre por aprender y con conocimientos intermedios de programación en HTML, CSS, JS y algún otro lenguaje. También es una opción para acreditar la práctica profesional. ¿Qué voy a aprender? Las mejores prácticas de programación ágil, programación de páginas web responsivas, ruby, ruby on rails y una especialidad: programación de dispositivos móviles, eCommerce, frontend o backend. […]

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What is a Multi-Channel Distribution Management System?

Many businesses begin with single-channel distribution. That sole channel could be a brick-and-mortar store or an e-commerce website. In either case, all sales flow through one outlet. The advantage of a single-channel distribution management system is simplicity. There’s only one channel to manage, one channel to stock, and one channel to market to customers. As a business expands, however, the single-channel model can limit growth. For example, a local coffee roaster may exhaust the supply of potential customers in a single market. By adding an e-commerce website with nearly unlimited reach, it could make its beans available to every coffee […]

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7 Types of technologies that will help you get an edge in sales

Developing a strong sales team without the right tools is an impossible task. With so many companies fighting you for every single lead, you need to do as much as possible to give your sales staff an edge. Here are seven types of technology that will help your sales team fight off the competition and make more sales: 1. Social Selling Tools Evidence shows that salespeople who focus on social media platforms outsell their colleagues over 75% of the time. If you hand your team social selling tools, they will clearly have an edge. Three different types of social selling […]

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