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Debug Panel: A creative way to test mobile applications

by Anand Suresh Anand Suresh No Comments

We all have been in situations where we had to send app builds to multiple teams for their own testing needs. Although it is hard but still possible to keep track of them with build and version numbers, it is not an efficient way to handle this situation. When there are multiple API environments setup that testers need to connect to, advertisement ids need to be flipped to test ads, get detailed debug logs from testers etc., it becomes a nightmare to coordinate.

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Cost-optimization – getting the most out of your cloud services

by Vijay Kumar Vijay Kumar 1 Comment

You are likely already familiar with the advantages of moving many of your business operations to the cloud. The added flexibility and scalability alone makes it easy for your company to rapidly adapt to changing environments. You have the ability to quickly change applications or provide more resources for your business with ease and minimal expense. You also have the advantage of being able to run various aspects of your business remotely from pretty much anywhere on the globe to be able to increase the opportunities for collaboration even if all of your business partners are not located in the same place.
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How to Re-sign an iOS Build without Xcode

by Anand Suresh Anand Suresh No Comments

App-store signing is a tedious process and when it is done without Xcode, so many things could go wrong. This guide provides a detailed step-by-step explanation on how to re-sign an iOS/tvOS archive without Xcode. This can be used when you have xcarchive file that needs to be converted to an IPA and then signed with different profiles and certificate. This also describes how to change bundle ID of the application.
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Scrum and Kanban – How Scrumban can help

by Anand Suresh Anand Suresh No Comments

Within any methodology that has been around for some time, it is inevitable that competing camps will eventually arise within the system. While as scrum is easily the most popular method used for moving projects through to their completion within an Agile environment, an older idea, taken from the Japanese model of Lean production, or Kanban, has seen a resurgence. Whereas Scrum breaks projects down into small pieces allowing a team to focus on one task at once, Kanban sees projects as part of a larger flow.
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