Digest #4: August 2022
Guide to developing RPM, SOLID principles, an overview of workflow automation market trends, Lido’s case study, Mad Devs philosophy, and much more are already here!
Guide to Develop Remote Patient Monitoring Software
Remote patient monitoring (RPM) systems are one of the main benefits of IoT technology in healthcare. The RPM system is more than just a technological tool for monitoring patients’ vital signs. The RPM system gathers patient data outside of traditional healthcare settings using the latest advances in information technology. RPM solutions became so helpful when no free beds were available, and hospitals and clinics were crowded with patients during COVID-19 outbreaks. This article will discuss how RPM software can facilitate a wide range of healthcare processes and how to develop your application.
- Created: Aug 10, 2022
- 18 min read
SOLID Principles in iOS Development
SOLID are principles that lead you to write great code without additional effort.
With great application comes great responsibility. The code base should be flexible, expandable without much effort, and easy to test. SOLID principles are the exact things that let you support the top level of quality.
In this article, Aibek Nogoev— our Mobile App Engineer, explains the meaning of each principle.
- Created: Aug 11, 2022
- Updated: Feb 16, 2023
- 5 min read
Overview of Workflow Automation Market Trends
The rapid emergence and evolution of the pandemic have created a huge opportunity for the robotic process automation industry as it has created a shift in the way companies perform repetitive tasks. Grand View Research explored that the RPA market, valued at $1.4 billion in 2019, is forecast to grow at an annual rate of 40% between 2020 and 2027.
Automation accelerates across the enterprise as companies adopt new hybrid workforce models and technologies. How to automate workflow in your industry? Discover the workflow automation trends for different sectors and the best process automation tools.
- Created: Aug 17, 2022
- 14 min read
The Difference between Classic App and Blockchain App
If you want to build an app for your business, you can face a dilemma — what is the best approach to developing centralized or decentralized applications? What is the difference between centralized and decentralized?
However, there’s no straightforward answer to this question; it depends on your needs and goals. In this article, we will walk through the differences between both types of apps so you can decide how to proceed with your marketing and development efforts.
- Created: Jul 07, 2022
- 13 min read
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Case study: Lido — decentralized staking platform
Lido’s goal is to let all users stake assets, use them as collateral for other projects and get daily rewards. No minimum amount of tokens is required to stake. In the DeFi ecosystem, clients’ assets can be used for multiple purposes, such as yield farming, lending, and more.
This project came about as a result of a perfect match between the clients’ desires and Mad Devs’ capabilities. The client lacked the time and resources necessary to accelerate the rollout of new integrations, such as conducting research, comparing two codebases, and developing a plan for task scoping.
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Thanks to the company’s internal culture, we have been developing steadily and attracting large projects and clients worldwide for several years. Internal culture allows us to develop and move in the same direction constantly. It is based on mission, principles, and values.
Third-party custom development Insights
In upcoming years, the demand for software engineers is going to improve by 25–30% as we will see a rapid digital transformation happening all over the world. But what are the detailed reasons behind this huge demand?
The medical billing outsourcing market is anticipating historical growth during 2022, with its value expected to grow at a CAGR of 16 percent between 2022 and 2032, according to a recently published Future Market Insights report.
Data from digital asset management firm Coinshares showed that outflows from cryptocurrency investment products reached $9.2 million last week, with the majority of inflows coming from short investment products.