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Windows CE (WinCE) Migration: What You Need to Know
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How to Develop an ERP System for Your Business
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Sitecore 9.2 Version: a New Format for Serialization
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How to Easily Debug Sitecore DLLs with JetBrains Rider
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A Mobile App for a Smart Home Solution: Takeaways and Guidelines
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Azure Pipelines: Using It for Xamarin Apps and Configuring a Local Agent
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Image Recognition: Which Programming Language to Choose?
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Sitecore Test Image Previews Not Displaying: What to Do
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Top Eight IoT Platforms to Watch in 2019
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How to Package Your Local Sitecore Instance for Microsoft Azure App Service

Windows CE (WinCE) Migration: What You Need to Know

Windows CE has been the most popular operating system for enterprise handheld devices all over the world for almost two decades. However, time is up on this legacy system: in 2020, Microsoft is ending all forms of support for it. So, if your enterprise is currently using embedded solutions powered by WinCE, you should plan an OS migration strategy immediately.

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How to Develop an ERP System for Your Business

As required by the era of digitalization and automation, if companies want to succeed, regardless of their size, they should provide accurate planning and real-time control of processes and resources, which can hardly be completed without digital technologies. For this reason, companies develop and integrate special software solutions — ERP systems — that quickly perform these critical tasks and greatly improve business performance.

In this article, we will provide the ERP definition, explain what benefits it can bring to your business and how you can create such a solution.

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A Mobile App for a Smart Home Solution: Takeaways and Guidelines

The ever-growing use of smart devices has already influenced all aspects of human life and has triggered the emergence of the smart home. In this article, we will investigate why smart home providers should place the utmost importance on providing efficient mobile applications to manage their systems.

To ensure maximum comprehension, we will illustrate it with two real-world business examples — SaM Solutions’ proprietary smart home system and a mobile app for a home automation platform that we created for our customer.

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Azure Pipelines: Using It for Xamarin Apps and Configuring a Local Agent

Creating a Xamarin app implies the development of a common logic for several platforms, which is quite convenient, but may cause some troubles as well.

In this article, I will tell you how you can easily configure a part of continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) while engaged in cross-platform development with the help of Azure Pipelines. You will also learn how to build projects on your local machines instead of Microsoft-hosted agents.

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Image Recognition: Which Programming Language to Choose?

How can a computer, smartphone or surveillance camera identify objects in the pictures or recognize people in the crowd? What technologies are used to create smart solutions that can imitate human brain functions? Today we are going to talk about the image recognition technology and sophisticated programming innovations it is based on.

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Top Eight IoT Platforms to Watch in 2019

The physical world of things and the digital world of the internet have merged together, creating a new ecosystem — the Internet of Things (IoT), which is an overwhelming trend across various industries today. In this article, we are going to talk about the top Internet of Things platforms that help effectively build and maintain IoT solutions.

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How to Package Your Local Sitecore Instance for Microsoft Azure App Service

For modern businesses, it’s extremely important to be flexible in order to satisfy the constantly changing customer needs. That’s why more and more companies turn to the evolving cloud computing services, which provide scalability, optimize connectivity and improve performance.

Sitecore is not an exception, as it allows you to deploy solutions on the Azure Platform as a Service (PaaS). For a new Sitecore environment, you can use out-of-the-box web deploy packages (WDP). But to deploy your existing (local) solution, you need to initially package it into a WDP.

In this article, I will tell you how you can package your local Sitecore Habitat into web deploy package (WDP). You will also see what issues you might run into during the process.

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