Sunday, 29 September 2013

Advantages of WordPress & Joomla

Internet has become the objective of business owners searching to endorse their products and services all around the world.

The development of tempting business websites is a cost effective strategy for online market and is being adopted by almost 100% professionals today, in order to reach out to maximum online users. Therefore, in order to have a competitive online existence in the market, businesses are determined to develop well-made and informed websites that provide latest information about their products/services, so as to attract more and more customers.

Joomla and WordPress are two of the most popular CMS development tools that are being widely used to perform business web development, which allow for successful management of business websites.

Benefits of using WordPress and Joomla:
-          Cost-effective development of websites,
-          Easily manageable website without having technical knowledge of web development.  Even a         new user without having web development knowledge can manage a WordPress or Joomla site,
-          It is easy to add and manage content on sites like editing pages, linking web pages to a certain domain, updating content, uploading images, multimedia and much more,
-          The two platforms allow for custom CMS development by offering a choice of styles, features, colors, and appealing built-in themes, plug-ins and templates that help develop a site in lesser time; thus enhancing the overall user experience.
-          With the help of CMS, you can support several websites at the same time, and also provide support to multiple users as any authorized person from anywhere around the world can also add or edit related information.
-          Both the content management systems offer high level security. Only the owner of the site should have full control of the website.

Therefore, with so many benefits of the two CMS systems; WordPress and Joomla, business owners can endorse their products and services online through easily manageable websites; thus increasing the effectiveness, usability and functionality of your business website.

- The IndaPoint Team

Monday, 23 September 2013

Release of PHP 5.4.20

PHP is a widely-used general-purpose scripting speech that is especially suited for Web development and can be embedded into HTML. PHP is an short form for "PHP Hypertext Pre-processor". PHP is a widely-used, open source scripting language, PHP scripts are executed on the server and PHP costs nothing, it is free to download and use.

The PHP development team announces the quick accessibility of the latest version of PHP 5.4.20 & PHP 5.4.4. About 30 bugs were fixed. All PHP 5.4 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. This release fixes several bugs against PHP 5.5.3.

Specialty in PHP is that that it runs on various platforms (Windows, Linux, Unix, Mac OS X, etc.) and is friendly with almost all servers used today (Apache, IIS, etc.). It supports wide range of databases. Free to download and easy to learn.

To hire PHP developers, Please contact us on

-The Indapoint Team

Friday, 20 September 2013

A Bombshell - Android 4.4 KitKat

Previously this month, Google dropped a bombshell on all of us, revealing that the next version of Android would not be 5.0 Key Lime Pie – but instead Android 4.4 KitKat. Since then, we have not only learned that the OS will likely turn up in October, but it is also promising that KitKat will support 64-bit processors.

Don’t get too excited about 64-bit processing just yet, no matter how interesting it may sound – and we’ll have to wait a while to see whether Android 4.4 KitKat will really offer such functionality. But it seems more than clear that 64-bit chips will be found in more and more mobile devices in the coming years, so it’s logical to contemplate that Google will be ready to hold them with future versions of its operating systems.

Another hint as to what the future holds with KitKat, as a screenshot of the next version of Android might have been inadvertently posted to the web by Google itself.

The image in question was first spotted by Android Police, in a screenshot posted on Google Play for the new version of the Korean Google Keyboard.

This is just the beginning, ladies and gents! We have no doubt that Google has plenty of other great changes and pleasant surprises in store for us with the impending KitKat release of Android.

-IndaPoint Team

Monday, 16 September 2013

Android KitKat

Android, CupCake, Donut, Éclairs, Froyo (Frozen-Yoghurt), Gingerbread, HoneyComb, IceCreamSandwich, JellyBean, KitKat. 

Series of desserts or series of Android version……

Google calls its next version of its mobile OS Android Kitkat. The decision to brand this software with Nestle’s chocolate might be because everyone likes to have and keep desserts and cannot stay away from it.

Idea behind this was to do branding and that too with such a brand which can protect from the political pitfalls of deals. If by mistake, they end up dealing with good or ill of the other brand would impact Android also. There might be some reputational issues which should not end up the brand equity.

Google also has its own issues / controversy that Android attracts malwares. There might be a risk involved for Kitkat brand if the new OS proved to be crash prone or susceptible to malware.

It might be a surprise to lot of people including Googlers though now a days news becomes public before they are officially supposed to be. For more applications and supports that we can offer you- please visit-

Sunday, 8 September 2013

Advancing Cloud Computing - 2

Cloud computing has evolved a lot over the course of the past few years. The market has changed considerably since its beginning, and many good practices have evolved into actual standards for providers. Moving your systems to a public cloud environment requires you to belief your cloud provider on many levels.

In spite of the impressive growth of the cloud, even top players in the market, such as Amazon and Rackspace, are fairly young companies, having been around the market for a bit over five years.There is a need of more cloud servicing companies like us.

One of the great advantages of cloud computing over the usual IT model, luckily is that the cloud does not need you to jump into a long term promise with a provider with a candid investment. The cloud pay-as-you-go model, coupled with the fact that most providers allow you to test-drive their services for free, means that you can study a lot about the different providers before making a choice, and most times spending almost nothing.

-The IndaPoint Team 

Friday, 6 September 2013

Advancing Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is seen as the next wave of information technology for individuals, companies and governments. As a symbol for the Internet, "the cloud" is a familiar formula, but when combined with "computing," the meaning gets bigger and fuzzier.                             

The reports which evaluated and highlighted the large potential benefits of adoption ranges from economic growth and potentially sizable improvements in employment.
Cloud computing comes into focal point only when you think about what IT constantly needs: a method to increase capacity or add capabilities without investing in new infrastructure, training new personnel, or licensing new software. Cloud computing encompasses any contribution-based or pay-per-use service that, in real time over the Internet, extends IT's existing capabilities.

In the upcoming blogs, we will see how Cloud computing works. For more information, Please visit at

Thursday, 5 September 2013

The State of the Art in Designing Content for Tablets

Market of tablets have grown at a very fast pace. Since Apple debuted the iPad 3 years ago, tablets have become the fastest growing digital technology ever introduced.

As of January 2013, nearly 1/3rd of adults owned some brand of tablet, a 24% jump from just three months prior and 63% higher than a year earlier.

Like an enterprising developer, How can one take their apps success even further, even higher? The answer: Awesome experience on tablets, What our developers are skilled at. See and experience what our Android programmers have to offer you at-

Kindly write to us through Contact us page or email.

Android Can Follow you Where You're!

It is hard to think of any place where technology or android specially has not reached. It has became so creative area that programmers are having tough time in generating new ideas. Here we come up with an interesting read on integration of Google maps and Android API.     
It basically allows the user to discover the world with rich maps provided by Google. It allows you to identify locations with custom markers, It also allows you to augment the map data with image overlays, You may also embed one or more maps also and much more.....

There are many key development areas like -
  • Add maps to your app,
  • Customize the map,
  • Control the user's view.
More can be explored and developed after a quick chat. So, please visit - or call on the numbers provided and we can try to MAP the minds.

-The IndaPoint Team