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Build log grouping: Introducing a new and improved build log feature for mobile app developers

Build log grouping is a new feature that streamlines the build log process, making it easier to understand why a build failed and at which Step the failure occurred. Read how build logs are now grouped by steps, and how we improved our error message display.

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Top 10 iOS Libraries of 2023: Stay Ahead of the Game

This is the most fertile time for app development since the launch of the App Store 15 years ago. Our industry is in the grip of several simultaneous revolutions, each of them bending, flexing and moulding to the others. 5G promises to make our apps 10 times faster; wearable technology lets them wrap themselves around our bodies; artificial intelligence enables them to learn from us and get smarter every day. But this torrent of innovation brings challenges, too.

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How to Identify and Troubleshoot Issues in Your Electron App

As developers, it’s easy to get fixated on the mobile sphere. We’re now spending 4-5 hours a day browsing apps on our phone (that’s over 1,800 hours a year), which means a huge volume of demand is channelling into Android and iOS projects. But desktop apps are booming too.

chaossearch

A Simplified Guide to Cloud Data Platform Architecture

Since the 2006 launch of Amazon Web Services (AWS), the world’s first hyper-scale public cloud provider, thousands of data-driven businesses have shifted on-premise data storage and analytics workloads into the cloud by architecting or adopting a cloud data platform. As the volume, variety, and velocity of enterprise data continues to grow in 2023, cloud data platforms with legacy tech and complex architectures are becoming increasingly time-consuming and costly to manage.

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Cloud Object Storage-based Architectures are Natively Scalable and Available

There is a long history of clustering architectures with respect to building distributed databases for two primary reasons. The first is scalability. If a cluster of nodes has reached its capacity to perform work, adding additional nodes are introduced to handle the increased load. The second is availability. The ability to ensure that if a node fails, let’s say during ingestion and/or querying, remaining nodes would continue to execute due to state replication.

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How to Integrate BI and Data Visualization Tools with a Data Lake

For the past 30 years, the primary data source for business intelligence (BI) and data visualization tools has generally been either a data warehouse or a data mart. But as enterprises today struggle to cope with the growing complexity, scale, and speed of data, it’s becoming clear that the data tools of 30 years ago weren’t designed to handle the enterprise data management challenges of today - especially with the growing variety and amounts of data that enterprises are generating.

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Unlocking the Power of Data Catalogs with a Cloud Data Platform

If you use a data lake, chances are you need a way to keep your data searchable for business users. When combined with the analytics capabilities of a cloud data platform, a data catalog can solve some of the common pain points around “data swamps,” where users fail to gain any meaningful insights from their data. Some of a business’s most valuable assets lie within its data.

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FOMO Is Out, Live Logging Is In - Here's How To Cut Costs When Logging In Your Frontend

We all know that debugging and troubleshooting cloud-native environments is no walk in the park. Sometimes we forget that debugging the frontend portion of those applications is no simpler and comes with its own set of challenges. We also all know how hard it is to get logging just right: managing verbosity, volume, and usefulness to just the right level.