This is the 2nd article in our scrum vs. waterfall series — where we analyze how each methodology affects the various aspects of software development through illustrative case studies built upon our very own experience with startups. In our last article it was discussed how scrum and waterfall apply to the development of a mobile app in the health & fitness space. And it’s in this blog... more
May 24, 2016

After discussing both scrum projects and the waterfall software development model here on our blog, we’ve been noticing startup clients coming to us not knowing what methodology best aligns with their unique projects. Understanding the fundamentals of both scrum and waterfall is necessary. But we can go another step further. And that’s to cover the startup challenges that have influence... more
May 2, 2016

One hot topic in today’s web test automation is regression testing. A regression is a bug introduced into a system after certain changes have been made. These changes can include patching, new functionality development, integration of third-party components, and so on.... more
April 19, 2016

Online education isn't the newest trend in the world, but it's been evolving quickly and thoroughly. The following infographic highlights the key e-Learning history facts starting from the introduction of the computer and the Internet in the late 20th century. Also, you can learn the evolution of Learning Management Systems (LMS) described by Bersin and dive into e-Learning trends. In the last... more
April 12, 2016

The problem of load balancing has always been a hot issue when managing large systems. Load balancing aims to optimize resource use, maximize throughput, minimize response time, and avoid overload of any single resource, so solving this problem is crucial for performance. In this article we'll take a look at the possible solutions to the problem. For better understanding of WS load balancing... more
April 5, 2016

We all know page speed is important — both in terms of SEO and user experience. A slow site also means lost customers. In 2010, Akamai and Gomez found that 47% of consumers expect a page load time of two seconds or less, while 40% abandon a page that takes over three seconds to... more
March 16, 2016

Basically, when one needs an Erlang/OTP application to communicate with the World via HTTP or WebSockets it’s really great idea to use Cowboy webserver. So, here are a couple of advantages of using it: It’s modular, small but yet powerful. Cowboy includes different basic handlers for http, rest, spdy and websockets. All you need it just update your application dependencies, configure... more
February 25, 2016

WebRTC allows for video calls and screen sharing through a web browser, without the need for a plugin. This advancing technology is improving the effectiveness of e-learning, customer support, and just about any service that relies on real-time communication (RTC.) And a brilliant way to improve how users communicate is to augment RTC with annotations. In fact — it’s the nitty-gritty of... more
February 10, 2016

Choosing the right platform can be difficult. There is no single leader in the LMS sector, and solutions do not always align with user requirements. In many cases, organizations choose to customize an existing platform or create their own through, for example, outsourced development. Five of the leading LMS platforms are Moodle, Totara, Docebo, Blackboard Learn, and SumTotal. For the sake of... more
January 25, 2016

Today, more and more players on the market add WebRTC support into their solutions. More applications in various business domains, for instance in e-Learning, are based on WebRTC technology. Oxagile became one of the earliest adopters of WebRTC technology, having started exploring and testing the possibilities of this innovative technology back in 2013. “Overall, WebRTC technology has... more
January 11, 2016

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