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Managing your text messaging with Manage My SMS

Have you ever been bothered by the bank notifications, payment reminders, lottery wins on your mobile phone and wondered whether there was any easy way you could take control?Or have you thought of safeguarding some of the key messages, may be, balance notifications from your bank, special messages from your special someone and other messages you would not want someone else to have access?Or have you ever felt there was some way to access the call details and text messages on your mobile phone l...
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Material Design in Android – Working with Toolbar

Introduction to Material DesignMaterial Design is a comprehensive guide for visual, motion and interaction design across platforms and devices. Material Design is the new "user experience philosophy" for Android apps. In this article we will take a look at the new Actionbar replacement called Toolbar.ToolbarA Toolbar is similar to an Actionbar and can be a complete replacement to Android Actionbar. The Toolbar was initially introduced in Android Lollipop version. Along with the release...
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A Brief History of Time (spent in the ERP marketplace)

Confession: This blog is no way connected to book titled "A Brief History of Time", authored by the greatest Physicist of our times Dr. Stephen Hawking. “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor, the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change” – Charles Darwin. We all have read this in our Biology classes, when we were younger. And most of us have seen “The Only Thing That Is Constant Is Change”...
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3 Layered Architecture

IntroductionHere in this article, I would like to cover the typical three layer architecture in C# .NET. It is a very useful approach for coding due to easy code maintenance.OverviewFirst let me give you a small overview about the topic I would like to cover in this article. Tier vs. Layer Three Tier/Layer Architecture Design Components Demo: Three Layer Windows Application in C#.NET1. Tier vs. Layer1.1 Tier: Tier indicates a physical separation of components, which may mean different assemblies...
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