Are you considering using either Tauri or Electron for your next project? If so, you’re probably wondering which one to go with. Tauri and Electron are both popular options for developing desktop and web applications, but they each have their advantages & disadvantages. In this blog post, we’ll compare the two and help you decide which one is best for your project.
Optimistic concurrency control (OCC), also known as optimistic locking, is a concurrency control method applied to transactional systems. In this blog, we talk about implementing concurrent data updates with Optimistic Locking.
In recent years, we have seen the migrations from traditional monolithic to microservices, conducted by various tech giants and mid-sized businesses. Developers now, enjoy the freedom to work on the allocated microservice or microservices without the fear of breaking down the entire system. It is not only a boon for developers but for the organization as well, as they can make their applications highly scalable and ready for market faster. In this blog, you will get a detailed understanding about Microservices.
Data consistency across microservices in dispersed transaction scenarios can be managed with the help of the Saga design pattern. A saga is a series of transactions that updates each service and broadcasts a message or event to start the subsequent transaction step. The saga executes compensating transactions that cancel out the previous transactions if a step fails.
Augmented EHR System provides reports & dashboards for the healthcare providers to analyze the EHRs & provide meaningful data points to take corrective actions, attend to complaints, etc. thereby providing data to patients quickly & efficiently and also reducing the hassle of visiting & wait times at the doctor’s office
Using AI, we can perform certain tasks which fall beyond human efforts. A basic example of that is high-frequency stock trading. Let’s look at particular areas of AI which helps in revenue growth management.