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Getting On The Application Train: Soon. Status Quo

Fawad.Malik Miscellaneous May 10, 2017

The Internet Is Changing, And Fast

Be careful about names. You’ll find that things, people, places, and animals live up to them with greater literalness than many expect or can handle. Take the worldwide web, as an example. When this term was coined, there was no intention of describing an actual interconnected web of data restricting egress.

But today, we find this is exactly the case. Don’t believe it? The internet isn’t constrained just to a handful of servers around the world. Today, the internet characterizes your daily activities from the time you wake up to the time you go to bed. If you don’t have a smartphone, you’re cutting yourself out of society.

Well, almost. Certainly you don’t need a smartphone to interact; but people seldom call one another like they used to. And they’re as apt to send a message via Facebook as they are to text. Also, videos, job interviews, reviews, downloads, uploads, and applications all depend on smartphones—and that’s not to mention IoT.

The Internet of Things can connect to your smartphone such that with the swipe of your screen you can turn on the lights, turn them off, set the thermostat, lock the house, open the garage, start the car, or monitor your children via webcam baby monitor.

See, the worldwide web—the inter “net”—has expanded beyond mere esoteric, abstract data transfer, storage, communication, and dissemination. It is now an integral component of daily life, and increasing in that integral nature by the minute.

Getting The Most Out Of Your Technology Devices

With IoT innovations, it’s possible to monitor equipment during operations. You can determine where there are certain machines operating as they’ve been designed to operate, and those that are malfunctioning. You can catch breakages before they happen and identify positive trends preemptively.

Then there are the common applications which come with modern mobile technology. Consider Minds.com. Facebook and YouTube have become controversial in recent months as it has been contended that they are deliberately censoring the posts of certain users for political reasons.

As a result, Minds.com has sprung from nowhere into exceptional prominence. Though still in the Beta stage, this innovative social media platform which concentrates its services on being exceptionally “liberated” and helping users retain privacy is quickly becoming the “must have” app of 2017.

Here’s the point: if you’re a small to medium-sized business today, it’s almost expected that you’ll have an application of some stripe. By application, the connotation here is something which can be used on a mobile device; like a smartphone, tablet, smartwatch, or in a smartcar.

If your business doesn’t have such an application, it won’t get as much visibility, and will not be able to compete as well as other businesses in similar markets who have taken this technological leap. But here’s the thing: with any application, you’re going to get bugs—that’s the reason Beta stages even exist.

Moving Your Application Beyond The Beta Stage

If your application is too buggy, you might as well not even design it. The solution is to have monitoring software which can identify issues and help to curtail them.

According to Stackify.com, Java application monitoring is one of best ways of keeping track of application performance, which is: “…an ongoing task, so it is important to have the right tools.” If you haven’t looked into applications, or the monitoring solutions which go with them in an almost symbiotic way, it’s time to do so. Remaining competitive will soon make such innovations a status quo component of everyday operations.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Fawad Malik

Fawad Malik is a writer and blogger who loves to write articles related to web design, Web technology. He is the owner of the blog Nogentech.org where you can find quality web tech articles & CEO, Founder onlineawagat.com as well

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