What is embedded software?

By Abdul Dremali on Mar 24, 2021 2:30:00 PM

When most people think of “computer software,” they think of applications that are used to interact with a PC, laptop, or mobile device. These programs display icons or information on a screen and take input from a keyboard, pointing device, touch screen, or game controller. But interactive software represents only a fraction of the software that’s out there.

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Your Starter Guide to Developing Your Own IoT App

By Chris DeProfio on Jan 13, 2021 2:30:00 PM

For most modern software applications, the developer doesn’t have to think much about hardware integration. Many hardware components the software comes in contact with—displays, pointing devices, keyboards, cameras, mobile device GPS receivers, etc.—have application programming interfaces (APIs) or are represented by standard interfaces built into the operating system.

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7 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Software Partner

By Craig Gosselin on Dec 9, 2020 2:30:00 PM

Choosing a vendor or service provider can be easy (if time-consuming) when you know what you’re looking for. If you need a contract metal fabricator to manufacture a part, you ask for work samples and perhaps ask about ISO 9000 certifications, turnaround times, or other pertinent information. For something like janitorial services, you might ask for a catalog of their services, prices, and references.

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Choosing a Software Development Partner: Evaluating Experience

By Brian Geary on Nov 25, 2020 2:30:00 PM

Who would you rather have re-piping your home:

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Best Practices for Rapid Prototyping

By Matt Hull on Jun 29, 2020 10:48:47 AM

We’ve discussed extensively the concept, advantages, and tools of rapid prototyping. It’s central to our development process here at AndPlus.

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Why is Rapid Prototyping Important?

By Matt Hull on Jun 25, 2020 1:24:43 PM

Whenever any new product is designed, the designers should spend a good deal of time and effort on the product’s user interface. “Should” is the operative term here; sometimes it doesn’t happen adequately if at all.

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