How Mobile and Web Apps Help Optimize Processes in Logistics
Written by Iryna Pototska

How Mobile and Web Apps Help Optimize Processes in Logistics

Apps for drivers, warehouse management, and logistics: how new technologies help optimize workflow for transportation companies

How to Develop Apps for Children and Avoid Typical Mistakes
Written by Alyona Zakurdaeva

How to Develop Apps for Children and Avoid Typical Mistakes

A lot of developers are afraid to create children’s applications because, at first glance, the process looks like creating an app for aliens. But if you choose the right approach the task becomes much easier.

Readymag, an Ultimate Tool to Present Your Business and Establish Your Presence on the Web
Written by Yuliya Serbenenko and Yana Poluliakh

Readymag, an Ultimate Tool to Present Your Business and Establish Your Presence on the Web

This time, we’ll talk about how you can use Readymag, what advantages it has over other competing services, and what benefits you’ll get if you choose Readymag for your business.

Android GitHub Digest in September 2017
Written by Ihor Kucherenko

Android GitHub Digest in September 2017

Useful libraries for working with maps, eliminating boilerplate code, parsing JSON data into Java objects, and building flexible layouts for various screens

How to Work With Laravel Horizon – a Dashboard for Redis Queues
Written by Vitalij Dubenyuk

How to Work With Laravel Horizon – a Dashboard for Redis Queues

Laravel Horizon is a new framework that shows general statistics about all queues, helps manage failed jobs, and receive notifications about wait time of the queues.

Experiments with FFmpeg Filters and Frei0r Plugin Effects
Written by Alexey Suhoviy

Experiments with FFmpeg Filters and Frei0r Plugin Effects

This is the third article about video processing with Rails. Here we're going to show examples of FFmpeg video and audio filters and Frei0r plugin effects.

Advanced Video Processing for Ruby on Rails with FFmpeg Filters and Frei0r Plugin Effects
Written by Alexey Suhoviy

Advanced Video Processing for Ruby on Rails with FFmpeg Filters and Frei0r Plugin Effects

This is the second article in the series on video processing with FFmpeg. In this article, we'll talk about more advanced things like video and audio filters, reading video metadata, taking screenshots for each second of video, and monitoring video processing progress in real time with Action Cable.

How We Created a VR Tour Using Samsung VR Framework
Written by Andriy Hristyan

How We Created a VR Tour Using Samsung VR Framework

Virtual reality powers software that helps us study, play games, design and create beautiful things, and learn more about the world. In this article, we'll tell you how we developed a virtual reality tour of our office premises using Samsung VR Framework.

Simple Video Processing with FFmpeg and Ruby on Rails: FFmpeg System Usage Limitations
Written by Alexey Suhoviy

Simple Video Processing with FFmpeg and Ruby on Rails: FFmpeg System Usage Limitations

In this article we'll tell you how you can use FFmpeg, a leading multimedia framework, to process videos and what limitations it has. This is the first article in the series of articles on FFmpeg. Enjoy!

Shootapp: Designing the Concept for an App That Lets You Manage Cameras Remotely
Written by Alexander Svizhenko

Shootapp: Designing the Concept for an App That Lets You Manage Cameras Remotely

These days, you can barely find an independent photo shooting app that supports different cameras via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. So we’ve decided to fix that. Meet Shootapp, the concept of an app that lets you control your photo and video cameras remotely.

Yalantis GitHub Digest in August 2017
Written by Ihor Kucherenko

Yalantis GitHub Digest in August 2017

Learn about four Android libraries that can be helpful when you need to access technical data about a device, manage device memory, define deep links in applications, and handle permission requests.

One Forty More App: How We Created a Tool for Posting More Than 140-Character Stories on Twitter
Written by Dima Sholom

One Forty More App: How We Created a Tool for Posting More Than 140-Character Stories on Twitter

We are happy to introduce our new in-house product that helps you forget about Twitter's 140 character limit - the One Forty More app for Android.