By Grigoriy S.
A short review on Kurento in simple language for business people and those who’re not into all that techy stuff.
Imagine that a programmer approached you and said that he needs a media server for development, and he recommends that you use Kurento. How do you know whether it’s the best choice? There’s a lot of information but digesting it might be difficult as it’s all deeply technical.
We’ll try our best to provide you with enough information to make a decision whether or not you should use Kurento in your video app. We’ll tell you why…
By Dmitry P.
You will learn how to make incoming call notifications on Android from basic to advanced layouts from this article. Customize the notification screen with our examples.
Last time, we told you what any Android app with calls should have and promised to show you how to implement it. Today we’ll deal with notifications for incoming calls: we’ll start with the simplest and most minimalistic ones, and end with full-screen notifications with an off-system design. Let’s get started!
Since Android 8.0, each notification must have a notification channel to which it belongs. Before this version of the system…
5 Russian government agencies and both major telecom operators are clients of imind.com. We developed a new version of their video conference and chat for businesses. Agencies meet there and telecom operators resell it to businesses under their brands. Read a reference from the client on Clutch — search for “Intermind”.
🎦 WebRTC videoconference
We develop for any number of participants:
50 live videos on one screen at the same time was the maximum we’ve done. For example, Zoom has 100 live video participants…
By Dmitry P
In today’s world, mobile communication is everything. We are surrounded by apps for audio and video calls, meetings, and broadcasts. With the pandemic, it’s not just business meetings that have moved from meeting rooms to calling apps. Calls to family, concerts, and even consultations with doctors are all now available on apps.
In this article we’ll cover the features every communication app should have, whether it’s a small program for calls or a platform for business meetings and webinars, and in the following articles, we’ll show you some examples of how to implement them.
Apps can send…
by Polina S.
2000 IP cameras stream in our video surveillance system ipivis.com. It works at 450 US police departments, medical education, and child advocacy centers.
by Yury K.
In the span of the last 10 years, the term “neural networks” has gone beyond the scientific and professional environment. The theory of neural network organization emerged in the middle of the last century, but only by 2012 the computer power has reached sufficient values to train neural networks. Thanks to this their widespread use began.
Neural networks are increasingly being used in mobile application development. The Deloitte report indicates that more than 60% of the applications installed by adults in developed countries use neural networks. According to statistics, Android has been ahead of its competitors in…
by Ilya B.
Developing a program code always brings joy. You get the instant outcome, you may check it out and see how neat the user experience is.
However, there are some formalities that act as a buzzkill here. Some of them are about publishing an app. Windows and macOS protect their users from malicious software, therefore publishing anything and everything isn’t possible. It’s imperative that the OS knows that the software comes from the trusted developer (signing), and its code doesn’t contain threats to the user (notarizing). Windows has only signing requirements, while Apple has been checking notarization since…
Starting with Mojave 10.14, Apple has introduced serious changes in app publication. They are about signing and notarizing the apps. If your application is bad in the eyes of Apple, final users will see threatening messages upon the first launch. The messages would ask the users to delete the app, which is not really good for customers, right?
This is the 2nd part of the two-part article on signing and notarizing macOS Electron apps. You can find the 1st part here.
The author is an ElectronJS app developer himself, Around a year ago, faced the problem of having to notarize…
By Nikita M.
You know that feeling when you build something for a long time, update and rework it, and this something turns out to be a complete mess? What if several people are working there, and each of them has their own understanding and vision? For example, you spend decades writing a book. The way you see things will inevitably change, you will get new assistants. As soon as the book is ready, you will certainly have to read it once again and get rid of plot mistakes, logic inconsistencies. Then correct grammar, and you’re good to go!
by Polina S.
Developed a virtual classroom that competes with SAP, Dell, and Ericsson: Braincert.
It’s been the 1st in the world WebRTC + HTML5 classroom with a whiteboard. The jury compared them and 30 more products at Brandon Hall 2017, and BrainCert won bronze. They came to us as a startup with an idea. Together we led this eLearning platform to USD 10 million revenue per year, according to zoominfo.com.
See a full BrainCert case in our portfolio.