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Top 5 Development Tools for Mobile Applications

Posted by  Torus Infotech   Date  07/09/2017

It is really an undeniable matter of fact that today is mobile application development field is developing at a rapid pace. Along with it, varieties of application development tools are growing. Mobile Application developers always look for such tools that would make them to devise feature-rich application in the utmost efficient way. Here is set of some robust and highly functional mobile application development tools that are ruling the industry.



1. Xamarin :- It is becoming immensely popular in the recent aiming mobile apps development industry. Any kind of platform  (Android, iOS, Windows ) by using Xamarin, programmers can effortlessly devise mobile applications on any platform simply using simple shared C# code-base. Here are some features Xamarin popular among the developers.




  • Provides own tool for user interface development

  • You can test the applications on multiple devices using the excellent cloud service provided by Xamarin

  • Offers native API access

  • Mentionable back-end integration

  • Forms code sharing interfaces



2. PhoneGap :- One more Popular tool that is trending in the market is PhoneGap. A part from regular mobile app development platforms (Android,  iOS, Windows) using PhoneGap, you would be able to devise applications for Palm platform and Symbian as well. Here are some features and functionalities for which the majority of the developers are preferring to use PhoneGap as their application development tool.




  • It is an open-source framework

  • It is available for free of cost

  • It is unbelievably easy to develop applications using JavaScript and standard HTML



3. Appcelerator :- In the present tech-savvy business market, because of its plenty of convenient features, popularity of Appcelerator is accelerating in the market. Go through the below-mentioned features to understand the business-driven benefits of using Appcelerator.




  • Extremely convenient to develop apps for HTML5, Blackberry, Cross-platform apps apart from regular iOS and Android

  • Easy to devise applications with real-time mobile analytics using single code-base of JavaScript

  • Able to develop hardware based app

  • You can store data either in cloud or in the device

  • Easy to come up with a prototype



4. Sencha :- Typically the newly released version of Sencha is Ext. JS. This version is thriving in the market as creating applications in HTML5 is incredibly simple for the developers using this mobile app development tool. More interestingly, you can steer clear of the hassle of devising cross-platform application development using the latest version of Sencha.



5. iFactr :- this tool is so easy-to-use and so effective and smooth that the app developers can start their respective development process just after two to three training days. If you want a quick feedback, you can put your trust on this mobile application development tool as it would cater you to come up with a feature-rich prototype within a very short span of time. The more alluring fact about iFactr is that it uses Xamarin to develop Android and iOS applications.


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Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0 is not registered on local machine

Posted by  Torus Infotech   Date  11/06/2017

I trying to connect to an Access database in visual studio 2012 x64bit but keep getting this error?



Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0 is not registered on local machine”



try the following method for solve the above issue:



i. download and install this: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/confirmation.aspx?id=23734



ii. in VS click add data source, follow the wizard and enjoy!!!


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Top 5 reasons why most mobile apps fail !

Posted by  Torus Infotech   Date  07/06/2017


After hearing the stories of so many android app developers we find the top five reasons why most mobile apps fail as a business.

Problem 1: making a complicated mobile app

As we know business website or web application work in a similar fashion- log in authentication, navigation between pages, search the resources they are looking for perform the preferred task. But mobile apps are very different; they are built with a limited set of tasks in mind and enable users to quickly perform these tasks while on the run with minimal navigation. If you build your mobile app like your website, you will not succeed.


Problem 2: underestimate resources

As we know that creating an enterprise mobile app costs approximately $300-$500 /year. It’s very tough task to find quality developers who can develops quality products as per our need in limited resources. Without quality skills and resources your app can’t be succeed in app market.


Problem 3: Poor app design

Poor app design is responsible for failure of a large number of apps. Well designed apps have certain characteristics in common- a proper interface, cool theme, proper navigation, and well placed buttons makes your app perfect.


Problem 4: Neglecting the Competition

Generally, mobile app startups are advised to focus on their own venture rather than getting distracted by the competition.


Problem 5: poor marketing strategy

Poor marketing strategy is one of the most important reasons of app failure in market. Most mobile app startups that fail often use all their resources in developing and executing the app, but completely miss the marketing process and fail to create a powerful, well-designed marketing plan across platforms.


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Number of Websites on the Internet

Posted by  Torus Infotech   Date  08/01/2014
We have recently exceeded 1 billion websites (watch the total increase), a milestone which, according to our estimates, has been reached in September of 2014. Given the monthly fluctuations in the count of inactive websites, the 1 billion mark will need to be confirmed in the months ahead. From 1 website in 1991 to 1 billion in 2014

Curious facts

  • The first-ever website (info.cern.ch) was published on August 6, 1991 by British physicist Tim Berners-Lee while at CERN, in Switzerland.

  • The World Wide Web was invented in March of 1989 by Tim Berners-Lee

  • He also introduced the first web server, the first browser and editor (the “WorldWideWeb.app”), the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) and, in October 1990, the first version of the "HyperText Markup Language" (HTML).

  • In 2013 alone, the web has grown by more than one third: from about 630 million websites at the start of the year to over 850 million by December 2013 (of which 180 million were active).

  • Over 50% of websites today are hosted on either Apache or nginx, both open source web servers. As of June 2014, Microsoft has got very close to Apache in terms of market share (only a 0.15% difference separates the two). If the trend continues, Microsoft could soon become the leading web server developer for the first time in history.



References by www.internetlivestats.com
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