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A brief guide to develop an e-learning app like Udemy
E-learning apps have changed the way students learn. People can learn subjects of their choice through these learning apps. At present, 90% of the corporates use e-learning platforms for training their employees in the domain. Schools, universities, and other educational institutions value the courses as they have provided learners with in-depth knowledge pertaining to that domain. According to BusinessWire, the global e-learning market will be worth $50 million by 2026, with an annual growth rate of 15% between 2020 and 2026. Considering these favorable prospects, it will be worth investing in the e-learning PHP script. Once you have researched and validated your idea, you will need a full-fledged team to develop the e-learning app. The development team required to build the app are the following: Project Manager Android developer iOS developer UI/UX designer Quality Assurance Engineer(s) Data Analyst The team should be chosen in a manner that they have prior experience in developing an e-learning app like Udemy so that they know the nuances to focus on. Fundamental features to consider during e-learning app development Registration & profile management: The entire list of learners and instructors who are part of the app are visible. Upon clicking particular users, the activities related to them will be listed. Content & course management: Admin can regulate the content published in the app. Dashboard: Users can view the overall layout of the app on the dashboard. This tab has details related to the revenue earned, partnerships, etc. It offers the admin overall control over the functioning of the app. Search engine: This feature assists in navigation, using which learners can locate the course they require. Filter: Learners can sort the course list based on duration, course fee, and many more. Udemy app development undertaken by Appdupe comprises both fundamental and advanced features. Entrepreneurs can get a complete package by investing in these solutions.
Popular uses of Face Recognitions software
The biometric recognition system has evolved over the years; one of the recent upgrades is the face recognition software. Compared to the other biometric systems, the face recognition-based system is a lot quicker and more effective. The computerized system is equipped with a camera to detect human faces and compares the face with the stored distinct facial features. When the system recognizes a match, it has an affirmative tone to confirm it. Face recognition software is tested with thousands of images to recognize for pattern recognition, so the results are proven to almost cent percent accurate. Applications of Face Recognition software Banking Sectors: Sensitive information is stored in banks. Even with two-way authentications protocols, there are still ample occurrences of fraudulent activities. The face recognition system will prove immensely useful in acting as a face-password, thereby protecting the bank accounts. The future applications for this advanced recognition software include ATMs, e-banking systems, and so on. Powerful security tools: Currently, the face recognition-based biometric system is used in US Customs and Border Protection (CBP). They can identify the passengers by cross-checking their faces against the passport photos. In 2017, President Donald Trump signed an executive order to implement the system in all airports to verify domestic and international passengers. Corporates: The employee attendance software will provide a real-time face recognition system so that employees can access the office without scanning their ID cards. The complete module of detectors, encoders, and verifiers assists the system in identifying employee faces from the existing database. Conclusion: Though there are a variety of face recognition systems, there is always a need for a customized software system to meet your organized needs. We, at Appdupe, offer tailor-made employee time attendance software with features and other beneficial attributes suitable for your organization. Reach out to us to learn more.
Emojis Are Not Made The Same
Not all devices are alike. Apple, Android, and Windows, to name a few, are very different operating systems and that key difference also makes for very different variations of emojis. The most popularized Unicode Consortium, or the body that selects which emojis will make their public debut, is the Apple version. They are used in marketing campaigns, commercials, apps, texting, food delivery, etc. However operating systems like iOS, Android, Windows, Blackberry, Samsung, LG, etc. don't always have the same variations of emojis that the general public is accustomed to. This leads to an ultimate dilemma, emojis are basically a language all their own and somehow they are getting lost in digital translation. Thanks to Yahoo tech, a comprised list of varied emojis from device to device: 1. Woman With Bunny Ears You may recognize this emoji normally as the Bunny twins, tap-dancing girls, showgirls, or any of the other various nicknames. However when you transfer over to Android, you'll be in a surprise that the emoji becomes a yellow gumdrop looking face with a brown wig and bunny ears. The dynamic duo is no longer, which probably leads to some confusion at Halloween for Android users who are curious as to when there was an emoji of two Woman With Bunny Ears. 2. Colored Hearts This one is all about design. Apple keeps the hearts very uniform, vibrantly colored, and as basic as can be. For Android, the emojis hold a lot more meaning while also being somewhat cheesy. There is practically no color variation and I don't even know what to think about the fuzzy heart. Emojis are supposed to be playful and I think Android really missed the boat on this one. 3. Watch Obviously iOS looks classier but I am definitely a bigger fan of Android for some reason. I think sometimes less is more and I think it translates well in this instance. After all, a watch is a universal symbol so it's really hard to mess that up between devices. If anything, the emojis from device to device just show a different kind of watch that is solely exclusive to it's own device which seems cool in this example. 4. Eggplant You know exactly what this means if it's sent in iMessage. And you know exactly how hilarious this emoji can be because let's be honest, there is really no everyday use for an eggplant so you might as well spice it up a bit if you know what I'm aiming at. Now as for Android, it's a poor example of an eggplant to begin with but there is no way that it'd ever be used for alternative purposes within messaging. Just no way. 5. Slice of Pizza Okay Android wins on this one. The iOS version looks like a horribly designed emoji that is trying way too hard to be life-like. I appreciate the pic-art look of Android's emoji in this comparison. However, Dominos Pizza is using the iOS emoji in their brand as you can order a pizza now just sending that emoji. After all, that's pretty clever but the pizza emoji could get a generic facelift. 6. Rowboat This is a BIG difference. iOS looks certainly more appropriate and attractive on an interface. The Android immediately signals a date instance which could be totally misconstrued. Also Android needs to keep up with the times as emojis no longer have one option -- with LGBT and racial skin tones being introduced, their emojis need to be updated. Emojis are great because they include everyone and the rowboat needs the same. 7. Glowing Heart Either way, they both accurately depict what you're trying to show. Personally I like the iOS version more however the Android heart isn't horrible. A heart is a heart no matter how you dress it up. Good work to both. 8. Pistol/Gun Windows is the only operating system that doesn't include a gun that looks like iOS. Instead they've opted for a less serious space gun that could easily be more appropriate for Star Trek than anything else. With weapon emojis being taken more and more serious in the media, Windows will have to figure out how to not cause any trouble for its users who may be using their version of the gun emoji playfully while it will be translated into a more serious message. 9. Love Hotel Well to be honest, I've thought the 'H' on iOS stood for hospital and the heart symboled health. Apparently that's the exact opposite of what it meant. Windows does a much better job at representing this but they are both confusing. It wouldn't have killed them to spell out "hotel" on the building, you know. 10. Mobile Phone We get it, you love your own phone. 11. Donut Hmmm these are all very stereotypical of the interface they appear on. To be honest, Windows looks the least like a donut and I personally am not a fan. Android does a pretty good job and iOS is the most life like. I guess this one boils down to pure preference but it should be understood between each device fairly easily. I guess Windows doesn't like chocolate frosting. 12. Alien Monster Well these have very different connotations from the get-go. For iOS, most believe this emoji is a representation of an arcade game that you use with a joystick. For Android, however, it's actually alien monster that looks like an evil version of Pearl from Finding Nemo creepily ready to say "Awww you guys made me ink muhahahahahha!". We have an alien emoji already in iOS, why do we need this one? 13. Tennis Either way, they fit the bill and do a nice job at symbolizing. 10 for 10 on both.
Taylor Swift vs. Apple...Taylor WINS
Taylor Swift just went up against the biggest company in the world and WON. That's unheard of. No one has ever had that kind of star-power before. But now, Taylor Swift has it. Taylor was pissed that Apple thought it was going to get away with not paying the artists whose music would be played on their new music streaming service for the first three FREE trial month period. AKA BS. Taylor wasn't having any of that so instead of dismissing it since it really didn't hurt her either way, she pounced. Attacked politely. And claimed an utter victory! This will definitely go down in the history books!!! So here's how the battle went down: Swift tweets at Apple by attaching a letter of hers from Tumblr. Taylor speaks politely and confidently ending with a snippy, "We don't ask you for free iPhones. Please don't ask us to provide you with our music for no compensation." AND TAYLOR STRIKES AGAIN. Not only does Taylor get an outpour of support from her millions of fans, but she also gets backing from major celebrities and recording studios. Like woah. Taylor Swift then gets a personal call from the Apple VP himself as well as this personal tweet. And as the world watches...everyone gasps because for the first time in Apple's history...Apple loses. TAYLOR FOR THE WIN. The media is celebrating on every major platform known to man. Everyone's shocked she did it and it only took 48 hours. Insane. Taylor attacked and conquered the most powerful company in the world by posting a message to Tumblr. She's stronger and more powerful than ever and now everyone knows it. And Swift thinks to herself, "All in a day's work." NBD
World's First Blockchain Food Delivery App
When it comes to online food delivery, you don’t need to worry about the future because it is only going to get brighter. Right now, when we are faced to face with a pandemic like this, its these online food delivery services that have pulled through for us. So, if you plan on getting into the industry yourself, the odds are pretty good. Especially in places where the food delivery systems haven't quite been so famous and widely used. But even in places where they exist, it’s a pretty good business opportunity. Starting something like this is not that big of a deal nowadays in terms of the development process. All you need is an ubereats clone script and you’re pretty much good to go. An uber eats clone is a clone app that integrates all of the features of online food delivery systems and lets you customize it for your business. It’s a pretty easy process, all you have to do is find a good company that makes a good uber eats clone and ask them to modify it according to your business. They will give you a completely new platform branded for your business. This eliminates the hassle of having to build a platform like this from scratch. It's much lighter on your wallet too. As a start-up business coming into the industry, you might not have a lot of money to spend. And that’s okay, you can still make it big with very little like uber has proved to the world. Make sure that when you look for an ubereats clone, you get one that has plenty of new features and is scalable. As your business grows, you would want your platform to also keep up with it. The industry is constantly changing, so, versatility is key if you want to keep earning big even when there is competition. Hope this helps. For Demo Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UoQhww8Xe-ohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UoQhww8Xe-o