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#145-Leveraging the Advanced Capabilities of the Gemini Ecosystem, Google Is Setting New Standards for What AI Can Achieve, by Virtue of Sundar Pichai’s Unwavering Commitment to Excellence #special

Introduction Gemini, Google's most elegant AI, is set to transform industries with its advanced technology and user-friendly solutions. Google's commitment to pushing the boundaries of AI is evident in the development of the Gemini ecosystem. This advanced AI system is designed to handle complex tasks with precision and efficiency, making it a game-changer in the world of artificial intelligence. Businesses across different sectors are leveraging the power of Gemini to streamline operations, improve decision-making processes, and drive growth. By harnessing Google's most capable AI through the Gemini ecosystem, organizations can unlock new opportunities for innovation and stay ahead in today's competitive landscape. As Google continues to refine and expand the capabilities of Gemini, we can expect even more groundbreaking applications that will shape the future of AI technology. The possibilities are endless with Google's most capable AI leading the way towards a s

#6-Charts App: Now Available on Windows Store

In this post, I will discuss "Charts", a light-weight data visualization app. The app is now available on Windows Store as a Windows 8.1 app . During development of this app, the focus was on simplicity. I had no intention to make the user confused with a lot of menu items, options, tools etc. My target was to make a data visualization app which will be usable by people of every age. The app supports six chart types. For more information check it out in Windows Store. Image credit: Arun Thomas,

#4-How to Make WebView Full Screen in Android

Making a webview fullscreen is very easy in Android. First drag and drop the WebView on the layout. Then go to XML and delete 4 android:padding lines from the RelativeLayout element. Image credit: Irina Iriser,

#5-Microsoft //Publish/ Event in Kolkata: An Amazing Experience

When was the last time you experienced something great? Before you read this post you better forget about that, because what I am going to tell you here will make you rethink the definition of 'great'. I registered for the event because I couldn't resist the temptation of being part of it and due to my busy work schedule I couldn't get a chance to participate in hackathons before. I cannot express the joy I felt when my registration was confirmed by Microsoft. Some developers came from outside state. I reached Microsoft (I) Pvt. Ltd., Kolkata around 8:45 AM on 17th May, 2014. The event started at 10:00 AM. Abhishek Sur, Kunal Chowdhury, Nitesh Luharuka were the venue administrators. They briefed us about the day's plans.We started giving finishing touch to our apps and testing our apps on multiple platforms. Everyone was very serious about their projects and was working very hard to make the apps bugfree and clean. While some people were working on single proj

#3-Android and iOS Device Art Generators

In this post, we will discuss how we can generate images with device frames for both Android and iOS from screenshots of our apps. This is called device art generation. Solutions:  Android  &  iOS . In the case of Android, just go to the page and follow the instructions. You must have the screenshots in the appropriate aspect ratio. We have not tested the solution for iOS. We will update this post after testing that. You guys are welcome to try both! Image credit:,

#2-Check Your Android App's Compatibility with Nokia X Software Platform

In this post, we will discuss how an android developer can check whether their app is compatible or not with the Nokia X platform. Many of us have a lot of Android apps in Google Play and other Android stores . It is time to port those apps to Nokia X. Sign in to NOKIA Developer . Go to this page to test your Android app's compatibility:  CHECK YOUR APP COMPATIBILITY . If your app is compatible you will get a message like this: "It is recommended that you test your app on a Nokia X device before publishing. No need to be worried if you don't have a Nokia X device right now. You can test your app remotely on a real Nokia X device." To test your app on a Nokia X device through RDA (Remote Device Access) go here:  TEST YOUR APP REMOTELY ON A REAL NOKIA X DEVICE . Follow the procedure and you will be up and running in a moment. Isn't that cool?