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Superapps in the Enterprise: Up, Up and Away!

 “We think these applications are so compelling that we don’t just call them apps, we call them super apps… Super apps are applications that once you start using them, you’ll wonder just how you lived without them” - BlackBerry founder Mike Lazaridis. What is a Superapp?  In the early days of the smartphone revolution, BlackBerry founder Mike Lazaridis first coined the term “super app” (or “superapp”) in a MWC 2010 keynote speech . He defined them as “a closed ecosystem of many apps that people would use every day because they offer such a seamless, integrated, contextualized and efficient experience.” According to Gartner®, “a superapp is like a Swiss army knife with a range of component tools (miniapps) that the user can use and remove as needed”.  We consider superapps to be a single platform where miniapps are integrated, thus providing a seamless experience to its users. Here are some statistics and predictions from 2022 Gartner Top Strategic Technology Trends for 2023: Superapps

Joget Unveils Hashgraph Application Studio, a No-Code Platform for Decentralized Applications on Hedera

The new innovation combines Hedera's robust public distributed ledger with Joget's no-code/low-code technology, promising unparalleled speed, security, and ease of use for business applications and dApp creators. COLUMBIA, Md., June 6, 2022 -- In a significant stride towards making decentralized application (dApp) development more efficient and accessible, Joget Inc, an open-source no-code/low-code platform company, today launched the new Hashgraph Application Studio. This new innovation simplifies the creation of decentralized applications, thereby heralding a more streamlined experience within the Hedera ecosystem. Hedera is renowned as one of the most broadly used enterprise-grade public distributed ledgers. It's the only one constructed based on the unique Hashgraph algorithm. Hedera, an open-source, leaderless proof-of-stake public network, facilitates the building and deployment of dApps with an exceptional capacity of supporting tens of thousands of transactions per

Setting the Record Straight: Misconceptions about Open Source Technology

  Quality and Open Source: Unveiling the Real Story Open source technology has revolutionized the software industry,  fostering a culture of collaboration and innovation. Despite its growing popularity, several myths surrounding open source persist, casting doubts on its quality, security, and reliability. This article aims to debunk these myths and shed light on the truth of open source software. Misconception 1: Open Source Means Less Quality The first myth we encounter is that open source software is of lesser quality because it's free and developed by volunteers. The reality, however, is far from this misconception. Open source projects are backed by a passionate community of professional developers who are dedicated to producing high-quality, reliable software. For instance, Linux, an open source operating system, powers the majority of the world's servers, supercomputers, and a significant portion of smartphones. Companies like IBM, Google, and Amazon use Linux for their

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