We already used an online room-rentals agency as an example to illustrate key terms and approaches in hospitality industry. Now let’s break the functionality of a Booking.com-analogue into basic components and estimate how long this would take a team of 6 development people to build these.
Apache JMeter is one of the most popular open-source tools for performance and load testing. In this article, we shared a few Logicify best practices, tips and lifehacks to make testing with JMeter even more effective and indicative of a web app performance.
We continue with our calendar of IT-related events held in the Nordics this year. This time, we shortlisted interesting IT- and business/startup-related events for November 2018.
Want to set up an online travel startup but feel hesitant where to start? Novices in hospitality field are often overwhelmed and puzzled with the variety of industry-specific terms and possible workflows. Here’s a crash course and a brief picture of how things work in hotel-n-OTA world. We’ll use an online room-rentals agency as an example to illustrate key terms and approaches in hospitality industry.
Previously, we have explored what is takes to build an Upwork-like platform or a Pinterest-like application. Let’s have a shot at Booking.com now. In our new article series, we’ll talk about hospitality industry in general and show what it would take you to build an online travel agency from the ground up.
One more article in our series of “What Does It Cost to Build” describes online fitting rooms types and functionality. It also shows the reasons to build-in a fitting room into your e-commerce website and estimates the costs needed for the simple online fitting room development. This topic would be of interest to fashion retail companies thinking to bring part of their customer journey online.
We continue with articles series titled “Logicify for Logicify” devoted to our internal projects and initiatives. Previous article described our crafted IoT solution for office weather monitoring. Today we’d like to talk about the project internally known as Logicify Office Dashboard.
One more article in Logicify Monitoring Tools series talks about Grafana, a software we use both for internal and external projects to visualize and analyze the data. The article could be of interest to CTOs, developers and DevOps, system administrators and Project Managers, and everyone interested.
Logicify CTO, Dmitry Berezovsky, introduced our solution for air quality control at a local software development conference earlier this year. We made some progress and enhancements since then. This post discusses how the solution was built phase by phase.