While the internet revolution began on desktops and moved to mobile devices, it is now moving to objects. This process is called the Internet of Things (IoT) where devices like thermostats, garage doors and refrigerators are installed with internet connectivity that allows people to monitor them from afar. Now the revolution is spreading into the medical field and the healthcare Internet Of Things is promising a whole new range of innovations that will make an improvement in people’s lives. Continue reading Healthcare Internet Of Things Information
This is just a big dump of everything I find to be useful with getting started and working on angular 2 web applications.
- Official docs: https://angular.io/docs/ts/latest/
- Official chat room: https://gitter.im/angular/angular
- Angular 2 github repo: https://github.com/angular/angular
- Angular 2 release notes: https://github.com/angular/angular/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md
- Weekly team meeting notes: https://docs.google.com/document/d/150lerb1LmNLuau_a_EznPV1I1UHMTbEl61t4hZ7ZpS0/edit
These can be great to look at when trying to update angular 2 to the latest version and stuff just isn’t working. View the changelogs and see what others changed to update their projects to latest.
- My preferred module library: https://github.com/systemjs/systemjs
- Build tool: https://github.com/systemjs/builder
- My six month angular 2 review: http://www.unitydatasystems.com/blog/2016/03/15/angular-2-six-month-review/
Third Party Components
It’s been about six months since I picked up angular 2 to evaluate for my last consulting project. That project has wrapped up recently, and my next gig is going to be more straight .net focused.
I wanted to write a quick post outlining the pros/cons of angular 2 from my perspective of spending the past several months building an application with it.
In today’s age where technology is constantly growing, digital marketing is on the rise too, and shows no signs of slowing down. Not only are there countless ways to promote through electronic media, but even more so, newer ways to market said content are also being implemented. For example, compare Facebook when it was first introduced, to how it’s evolved over the years, and how effective it’s finally become in 2016. Back when the social media site was relatively new, interaction was its main strength, and most people saw it as a way to keep in touch with friends. However, it slowly evolved into a way to advertise and share content. Nowadays, Facebook has become a major marketing tool for businesses and advertisers alike. As important as these digital marketing trends are, though, what are the benefits, especially in 2016?
When Facebook acquired Oculus in March of 2014, no one was certain what to expect. Two years later, at Mobile World Congress 2016, Mark Zuckerberg told the crowd that he foresees virtual reality as a vehicle for social sharing. Virtual reality is not just about gaming anymore.
If he has his way, Zuckerberg’s new team of VR developers will create a virtual world where business meetings take place around virtual campfires and where distant friends engage in three-dimensional conversations.
It seems only logical to acknowledge that virtual reality is poised to become an influential marketing tool. Here’s why: