Top 7 Technology Updates and Trends in IT Industry
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In the ever-changing world of software development; it is important to keep updated with the current technology, methodologies, frameworks and upcoming trends. Selective updates about new technology to learn causes us to miss important trends. We have created a comprehensive list of technologies and technological trends that signify potential and a major change in the future markets. Some of the points may be considered to be old, but they play a dominant role in defining future trends.
- 1. Rise of swift:
Data from a recent survey shows Apple’s Swift is now most-loved language among developers. Almost immediately following Swift’s release to the programming world, it enjoyed over 11 million downloads.
In less than a year, swift programming language has received huge acceptance and become one of software developers’ favorite tools. Swift is featured in apps from numerous well-known brands including American Airlines and LinkedIn. Keeping this rising new technology in mind, we have already developed many projects based on new Swift and our developers are ready to strike the Swift market.
- 2. Document-oriented database “NoSQL”:
The term “NoSQL database” has been gaining popularity in the IT industry recently. The world’s data is doubling every two years. This epic increase in Big Data has highlighted new methods for addressing the volume and variety of structured and unstructured data. In recent discussions based on database, one of the terms frequently heard about is “NoSQL.” Today, non-relational, “cloud,” or “NoSQL” databases are gaining mindshare as an alternative model for database management. Trending technologies following the concept of NoSQL are MongoDB, Hadoop, CouchDB. These are generally called ‘document-oriented database’
- 3. Going Responsive with Bootstrap:
Emerging trends have led websites to have responsive sites that are compatible with mobile and other screen size devices. When it comes to developing responsive websites, Bootstrap is the first choice. Recently Bootstrap has released its new version 3.3.5 with many bug fixes, accessibility improvements, and documentation updates. Mobile-first design strategy was the adopted by Bootstrap, which emphasizes on responsive web design by default. Bootstrap technology is here to stay long in responsive website development.
- 4. Don’t you know Node JS and Angular JS?:
Node.js is an open source, cross-platform runtime environment for server-side and networking applications. It is gaining adoption as a server-side platform and is used by many big IT companies like: IBM, Microsoft, Yahoo!, Walmart, Groupon, SAP, LinkedIn, PayPal etc. Seeing this you can imagine how famous and emerging Node JS platform is. Recent Node JS releases is 0.12.7
- 5. Time of Open source cloud platforms:
Open source software has become a source of grief for tech majors like Cisco, IBM & Oracle. The advancements in cloud computing and the Internet of Things are the major drivers of open source. Companies are seeing larger benefits with adoption of open source software as a core strategic technology. According to a recent Gartner report, by 2017, about 90% of Indian IT organizations will have open source software (OSS) embedded in their mission critical platforms.
Financial sector majorly banks, retail and telecommunication sectors are looking at customized enterprise solutions based on open source platform for greater flexibility and cost reduction.
International Data Corporation IDC forecast indicates a rise in adoption of open source software especially among the small and mid size businesses.
- 6. MBaaS shoot-out:
The concept of Mobile Backend as Service is already well developed. Enterprise-oriented MBaaS systems provide integration with existing applications and databases. Nowadays, enterprises follow the concept of MaaS to develop enterprise mobile apps. The general idea of MBaaS is that mobile apps need common services that can be shared among apps instead of being custom developed for each. It typically provides push notifications, file storage and sharing, integration with social networks, location services, messaging and chat functions, user management, the ability to run business logic, and usage analysis tools.
- 7. eCommerce turning in to M-commerce:
Increasingly, eCommerce businesses are switching to M-Commerce with businesses developing a mobile site, according to new survey “M-commerce market in India to touch $19 billion by 2019”. With the rise and rise of mobile adoption, every one demands instant purchase. Users of m-commerce perform a wide variety of transactions via mobile from paying for utility bill and movie tickets to shopping and holiday planning. Enterprises are looking for on demand solutions to develop eCommerce apps for mobile. To fulfill this requirement our M-Commerce team continuously provides on demand eCommerce solutions and have developed multiple online store platforms that can be used for any of your eCommerce needs.
This is the results of our extensive research. If you wish to receive latest technology updates or looking for custom software solutions then, you can enquire with us by filling the enquiry form.
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