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App store review process simplified

Posted on September 7, 2018 by in iOS

Introduction

App Store has millions of apps and they are growing in number. Apple paid a total of 100 billion U.S. dollars to iOS app developers. It’s a large market with a large number of users and App developers. If this gives you motivation to upload your app to the App Store, tag along and we will give some valuable tips and tricks to pass through the App Store review process.

The 5 Best Project Management Trends Shaping 2018

Posted on August 1, 2018 by in PineStem

This is going to be a big year for project management, but not because of a breakout in new tech or an influx of government-hired professionals. No, 2018 is going to center itself around emerging trends in the field. From role changes to hiring processes and more, here are the trends that will create a paradigm shift in project management.

Internship experience at Osmosys

Posted on July 25, 2018 by in Life of an Osmosee

Introduction

On the 7th of May, I first stepped into Osmosys after having just passed out of my sophomore year at VIT, Vellore. To appease my university’s need for me to learn first-hand at a software company, and to fulfill my own thirst for learning, I joined Osmosys as a Software Development Intern.

Voice Calling Using Twilio in Node.js

Posted on July 19, 2018 by in Node.Js

Introduction

Twilio refers to a set of web services, APIs and tools provided by the Twilio company. These are used to send and receive text/picture messages, make and receive phone calls, and embed VoIP calling into web and native mobile applications. They provided many helper libraries, available for various server-side programming environments like Node.js, PHP, .NET, Java, Ruby, Python, Apex etc.

In this blog, we will use the Twilio node module to implement inbound and outbound voice calls in Node.js.

Regret for inadvertent activity

Posted on July 17, 2018 by in General

Dear Subscriber,

A test post has been created inadvertently in the process of testing our new website. We regret for any inconvenience.

Sincerely,

Team Osmosys

Handling accents and special characters in search

Posted on July 3, 2018 by in SQL

Users of countless software products use search often to locate what they need. Search, in it’s most simplest form, is to take a search keyword from the user, run down a list and find results which partially or fully (it’s up to you) match the keyword. In this blog, we’ll talk about two features that we feel should be provided with any user-friendly search implementation. These are related to handling search with data having accented and special characters. We’ll see how to implement these using MS SQL Server.

FluentMigrator for Database Migration

Posted on June 15, 2018 by in Database

Introduction

In this blog, we’ll be looking at FluentMigrator, a database migration framework provided by .NET. FluentMigrator is a C# based framework which can be used to migrate databases, be it, creating or updating or dropping database tables OR creating stored procedures, triggers, functions OR inserting data into tables.

It can be set up in a project by installing the framework in IDE. Migration files have to be created which holds the schema for database migration.

Voice of the Customer (VOC) - Dynamics 365 CRM

Posted on June 4, 2018 by in CRM Solutions

Introduction

For any business to be successful or improve their services, learning about their customers & customer feedback plays a pivotal role. Analyzing the feedback from customers and making required changes to the business process/models accordingly is part of any business growth. Keeping this in view, Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM which is customer centric or revolves around customer relations has introduced a survey tool which can be embedded within your Dynamics 365 CRM and helps in capturing the customer feedback.

GitLab - Recovering from a corrupted database record

Posted on May 17, 2018 by in General

Introduction

One of the most terrifying thing for a Database administrator to come across is a corrupted database.

Corrupted Database

A database corruption can be defined as a problem associated with the improper storage of the 0’s and 1’s that you need to store on the disk in order to access your data.

Despite the usefulness of the relational databases, they are prone to corruption, which results in the inaccessibility of some or all the data in the database.

More than 95% of corruption happens due to hardware failure. Among the remaining 5% we have,

Intelligent Project Management Software!

Posted on April 19, 2018 by in PineStem

Intelligent Project Management Software :

In the modern-day, we are able to collate so much data that it becomes even more important to analyze it and use it effectively. Where PineStem has the edge over most project management software on the market is its ability not only to help users organize and analyze, but to present them with insights which can help get the best out of their teams. It does this through machine learning in software project management, hence we call PineStem as an Intelligent Project Management Software.