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Level Up Your Map with the ArcGIS SDK

In today’s tech-driven world, the ability to visualize data spatially has been vital for various industries. Enter ArcGIS, a Geographic Information System (GIS) developed by ESRI, which is here to help us solve our client’s needs. Let’s chart our way into the world of ArcGIS and how it empowers businesses to harness the full capabilities […]

Azure Application Insights for Sitecore Applications

Azure Application Insights, a feature of Azure Monitor, is a platform as a service (PaaS) offering from Microsoft Azure. It’s a lightweight Application Performance Management (APM) service for web applications used to monitor the live application, automatically detect performance anomalies, and provide analytic tools to diagnose issues and understand the pattern of usage for the web application.  It supports a wide variety of platforms including Sitecore, .NET, Node.js, and […]

How I Used CA MAS and the FHIR Developer Portal for a Healthcare iOS Demo

If you stopped by our Perficient booth at CA World, you would have seen our “Healthee Hub” healthcare demo running on our big screen. The iOS app was developed for the event to showcase CA technologies including CA Mobile Application Services and the CA Mobile API Gateway. The objective was to demo some capabilities to […]

Azure Service Bus: ARM, Xplat-CLI, PowerShell, Portals and SDK

I’ve been working with the Azure Service Bus quite a bit lately and have discovered some catches to working with it. These aren’t technology catches, but rather related to the SDK and tooling support surrounding the Azure Service Bus features. Even though Azure Service Bus has been around almost since the beginning, for years, it […]

Azure: Did You Know? Azure Storage Explorer

This week at the Microsoft Connect() 2015 conference there were many new features and updates Microsoft Azure and rest of the Microsoft developer stack. Among these updates was the announcement of the all new Azure Storage Explorer being added to the set of Azure SDK tools. The Azure Storage Explorer is a stand-alone application that […]

Azure: Did you know? PowerShell Automation

PowerShell has existed within Windows for some time now, providing much superior scripting / automation abilities than the old command line. Although, you can use the Azure Xplat CLI from the command line on Windows, Linux or Mac, the Azure PowerShell cmdlets provide a better environment to create, test, deploy and manage your Azure solutions […]

Liferay Releases SDK to Speed Up Custom Mobile App Development

This just in, Liferay has a new SDK for custom mobile apps.  They will release it to the public on April 2nd.  Here’s the press release. Liferay Releases SDK to Speed Up Custom Mobile App Development New developer toolkit helps Liferay’s customers develop and manage sophisticated mobile apps LOS ANGELES – (April 1, 2014) – Liferay, […]