on Mar 30, 2020
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40% of Restaurants Cut Corners on Mobile Security for Devices, Self-Service Kiosks, but recovery after a mobile security incident isn’t cheap or quick. The Big Idea 40% of restaurants have knowingly sacrificed mobile security for the sake of speed or convenience.   Nearly two-thirds of restaurants wait until after an incident to invest in mobile security, […]

on Mar 29, 2020
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Introduction While most Go applications compile to a single binary, web applications also ship with templates, assets and configuration files; these can get out of sync and cause faulty deployments. Docker lets us create a self-contained image with everything our application needs to work. In this tutorial, you will learn how to deploy a Go […]

on Mar 26, 2020
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React Native launched in 2015, and it’s quickly taken the mobile development world by storm. Having a mobile app is critical for many businesses in the digital-first world we live in. Deciding what platform to use to develop your app though can be tough. You may have heard about React Native, Flutter, lonic, or Cordova […]

on Mar 25, 2020
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Currently, the world faces enormously challenging conditions. All of us feel a deep sense of concern about public health during the global COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the intense climate of uncertainty, I’m maintaining hope that we can create a united effort to beat the pandemic. These past weeks, we’ve seen countless examples of selfless bravery among […]

on Mar 24, 2020
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Introduction This tutorial will show you how to write web service tests with the Karate framework. We will start with a short introduction about the basic features, then we will explore the domain-specific language (DSL), and learn how to apply it to verify a web service’s response and the returned JSON structures. As integration with […]

on Mar 21, 2020
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First, a small housekeeping detail for anyone who’s paying super-close attention. We skipped DevRel #28 – 31 to match our sprint numbering.  DevRel 32 includes a number of improvements to the Esper customer experience, security, and administrative capabilities: Group-Specific User Roles New Drop-Down UX for Logout & User Management Improved Password Validation Access Rejected Page […]

on Mar 18, 2020
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Introduction This tutorial will illustrate how you can build a REST API backed by PostgreSQL in Go, using Gorilla Mux for routing. The tutorial will employ test-driven development and will conclude by explaining how you can continuously test against a database during development. Goals By the end of this tutorial, you will: Become familiar with […]

on Mar 17, 2020
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Remote working is going to be a new normal and remote access tools and platforms will play a key role in maintaining productivity. Working from home has many advantages both for enterprises and teams. There are many tools that help teams to collaborate and share all the information conveniently over the net. pCloudy is one […]

on Mar 16, 2020
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There comes a time in every company’s life when growth is inevitable. It’s almost knocking on your door, asking you to step out into the new horizons. It feels like an itch one can’t get rid of. You have 2 choices then: 1) follow this calling fully, 2) stay safely in one’s comfort zone.  In […]

on Mar 6, 2020
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Esper has been updated to DevRel 27. Read-Only User Role We are bringing up a new role in the Users section as “Viewer” which has READ-only access to the entire console. A user in this role can only view the Provisioning Templates, Devices, Groups, Apps, Event feed, Compliance Policy, Alerts, Pipeline, and Geofence sections. Viewers […]