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Game App Squid Smash: Keep calm and smash squids!

October 2016 Blogged by Marilyn Santos

Need some time off from brain racking activities or serious discussions? Want a little distraction? Try our new simple Android game app Squid Smash. Keep calm and smash some squids!   About the Game App “Squid Smash” It’s a whack-a-mole game where you tap squids to score points. Avoid hitting the girl! If you hit […]

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Developing Products for the Third World

August 2016 Blogged by Allan Tan

Understand the current state of technology then come up with own solutions, given our own infrastructure. Develop applications better suited to country.

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Cloud OCR with Google Vision API with Spring Boot

August 2016 Blogged by Allan Tan

Cloud OCR with Google Vision API with Spring Boot

Google has released its Google Vision API that allows developers to use advanced AI techniques to analyze images. This API can recognize objects, logos and texts. With this, developers can now integrate visual recognition in their application to deliver better user experience.

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REST in Java for Payment Gateway Integration

April 2016 Blogged by Allan Tan

REST in Java for Payment Gateway Integration

In case you are in need of code snippet that needs to access REST APIs securely (e.g. payment gateway integration), here is a sample client code in Java using Apache HttpComponents.

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Spring Boot – A Faster Way to Boot Up Your Spring Development

November 2015 Blogged by Gino Busok

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Spring is a very powerful framework to build enterprise grade applications. But there is a catch. You need to set it up first which could be a daunting task for some developers. Here’s how to successfully setup a spring web application with zero configurations.

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Starting Grails with Test-Driven Development

October 2015 Blogged by Carl Renstein Rollon

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Currently, our team has been handling 3 Grails applications – two of which were already in production. Using Grails as a full stack web framework enabled us to rapidly develop these apps. In this blog, I’ll share how you can start a new Grails project using Test-Driven Development and Spock.

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Push Notifications using Atmosphere and Spring

November 2014 Blogged by Allan Tan

Push Notifications using Atmosphere and Spring

Most recent applications rely on push notifications to alert users of events that they are interested in. Just like how Facebook alerts users of new friend requests or messages.

This can be implemented in several ways… and this article talks about the ideal solution.

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Setting Up Maven

July 2012 Blogged by Gino Busok

Setting up Maven

Maven is considered by many only as a build tool. Maven, as defined by the project’s website, is a project management and comprehension tool. Aside from helping on managing a build, maven is also useful in documentation, reporting, managing dependencies, SCMs, releases and distributions.

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