Oh, well..how times I change. I remember pitching an open-source cloud for mathematical computing to this state university, and being told how "open-source" and "cloud" distracted students with porn. Still trying to work that one out..
Coming back to my origional question
which was, by no means, confrontational,
what is a component recognition system?
Are you trying to automatically decide
what kind of UI components to use in an app
based on some higher level inputs?
I could see that requiring a search
which could be done with a neural net.
Though I was not involved in the coding/implementation; Titan was adopted in my earlier organization. Product is in Internet security domain. Lot of traction for this as well. Check out https://github.com/thinkaurelius/titan/
@shobhitic first saw this on PH within a couple hours of release of Medium's API. Super work!
Don't see myself using it for writing though - medium has the best editor out there by far.
For the purpose of scheduling - do you any reasons why I'd want to schedule a post rather than publish immediately? I see the reason for platforms like Twitter, or even Dribbble where time can have an influence on popularity. But does the same apply to Medium?
I evaluated various hybrid frameworks while building my first mobile app for a side project. I decided to go with Ionic (which is built on top of cordova and can utilize plugins built for cordova / phonegap). There are cordova libraries for almost all native functions (even running app as a background service).
That's the thing. As of now, Ionic manages to do everything. And performance isn't such a big problem, is it?
@paraschopra React Native looks nice but it is missing support for basic features like Push Notifications for Android. I would wait for a while before hopping on to React Native. But I agree, it is the future.
True, that. React Native is the future. So long as it starts supporting more features, including tying into more libraries.
I have used Visual Studio Application Insights and Google Analytics. They are quite good. However, Yahoo's Flurry Analytics also seems to be very good. I'm planning to try it out in my next iOS / Android project.