Chromecast Technical Blog

This is a technical blog on how to develop Chromecast applications on Android. I expect that the reader’s do know what Chromecast actually is, if not I would recommend you to take a look at part 1 of this blog to know very basic details about Chromecast device. Here’s the Part-1. With the latest update […] Continue reading →

Introduction to material design – Polymer

Now a days mobile applications gaining popularity, Many javascript frameworks are available for mobile based UI using HTML5. The challenge is to allow developer to create an application that can responsive on desktop browser as well as mobile. JQuery mobile, sencha touch, Kendo UI, Twitter bootstrap etc. are popularly used by developers worldwide. Interesting thing […] Continue reading →

Mobile Website : Consumers are more likely to buy online when the site meets their mobile needs.

According to Google, “smart-phone users are a significant and fast growing segment of Internet users.” Because of this, Google has recently decided to rank companies with mobile sites higher in mobile web searches than websites that are not optimized for mobile. Even if your website shows up on the first page in a Google search […] Continue reading →

Visualization made easy: Nanocubes

Representation leads to problems when it comes to presentation large of amount of data. Many  frameworks like Leaflet.js, Jquery visualize plugin, ZingCharts etc now a days represent information in graphs and charts.  This can visualize information in scalable, understandable manner, but what if data is too large? Consider bar chart with millions of bars. Its […] Continue reading →


Who is it for You should read further if you are interested to know answer to following questions What exactly is Chromecast ? Device configuration and other connection details How it works ? What are existing interesting solutions available ? Is there a room for innovation ? What exactly is Chromecast ? Many times, you […] Continue reading →

How collaboration can better healthcare?

    Looking into the current scenario, healthcare has reformed much in terms of providing health services like insurance and technology to all, but it still lags in areas like interoperability of data and communication between practitioners and their attendees. It is required to fill the communication gap and process the data optimally to attain […] Continue reading →

Healthcare spelled with 3-Bs

In HIMSS-14, Eric Dishman, Director of Proactive Health Research at Intel Corporation, spoke about delivering “N=1 healthcare” to patients and how his personal life was saved from a similar experience. He focused on how Genome mapping is helping doctors to diagnose patients in a new light and empower them to deliver fast and accurate treatments. […] Continue reading →

Blue Button: An Introduction

Availability of past medical records has always been the key dependency in the evaluation and treatment of patients. Unavailability of the same might lead to delays and sometimes incorrect decisions in giving proper medical treatments. Hence maintaining past medical records have been the focus of healthcare providers, as well as the patients. This need for […] Continue reading →