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    Chicago/Midwest, USA – Sep 1, 2015: Leo TechnoSoft has established a Mobile Lab in India for bootstrap mobile innovation in a cost-effective environment.

    In the world of smartphones, iOS, Android and Windows are the trinity that dominate the Smartphone market. However, the nature of these operating systems, along with programming languages used to develop them is totally different from each other. Hence, an app developed for iOS cannot work on Android or Windows and vice versa.

    Sometimes, a business having a limited budget decides that initially, their app would be launched on one platform first and after some revenue has stabilized the business, plans would be made to launch the app on other platforms.

    The question remains of which platform should be given priority. Geography of target customers plays an important role in making this decision. For example, in US, iPhones are more popular than Android phones. Hence, an app aiming at Americans as the greatest percentage of their potential customer base should release an iOS version first. Android version can come later.

    However, if the majority of potential customers are based in a country where Android is preferred more than iOS, then an Android version of the app needs to be launched on a priority basis. Same thing goes for Windows.

    The interface of every app is different. Hence, business owners need to see whether their app would be servicing Business-to-Consumer (B2C) or Business-to-Business (B2B). Interface differs on the basis of the requirement of the business. For example, a retail app would have an interface that is totally different from a dating app or chatting app.

    Mobile Lab for Development by Leo TechnoSoft

    Hence, Leo TechnoSoft is happy to introduce you to our Mobile Lab. It will save your time, money and ensure that the app you develop will be compatible with every device that runs on the operating system for which you are developing the app. This lab has an advanced infrastructure and the latest devices for doing development and testing. Any outsider is also welcome to develop and test his apps in our Mobile Lab by using the devices available.

    Now which operating system do you want your app to cater to? Or are you planning to release all versions of your app at the same time? Visit our Mobile Lab and let us know more about your requirements and we will get back to you.

    About Leo TechnoSoft

    Leo TechnoSoft is an incubator for IT start-ups/Entrepreneurs to help cultivate their ideas into successful innovations using its trademarked model BOMT and various IT solutions.

    One of the main areas of expertise of Leo Technosoft lies in efficient product development and services in a cloud computing environment. Along with these services, Leo Technosoft offers consultancy services to companies that want to build cloud computing facilities within their organizations.

    For further information on Leo TechnoSoft, please visit:

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    Chicago/Midwest– 2406
    Schumacher Drive, Mishawaka, IN, 46545

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    Chicago/Midwest, USA – Aug 20, 2015: Leo TechnoSoft is proud to announce their contribution to a website that is dedicated to professional networking for entrepreneurs and job seekers among the Native American community.

    As announced by The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED), the Native Edge is now open for business. Leo TechnoSoft has developed an all-inclusive system comprising of many power-packed modules. The Native Edge can be viewed at

    Today, employers and job seekers use social media, such as LinkedIn, to find suitable candidates and jobs, respectively. Hence, as per the requirements of clients, we developed a website for effective human resource management in the Native American community within the United States.

    Comprising of four key areas, namely Training Edge, Hire Edge, Procurement Edge and Community Edge.Native Edge website allows Native American professionals to expand their trade, explore business and work opportunities, communicate with other Native American entrepreneurs. It also enables these entrepreneurs to offer their products and services to Fortune 500 companies nationally and internationally, as well as the federal government.

    For employers, this website is a job portal where CVs of prospective candidates can be seen. This is where the Hiring Edge plays the role. For job-seekers, Hiring Edge functionality is for finding jobs that suit their skills and knowledge. The Hiring Edge functionality includes resume submission by job seekers as well as evaluation by employers, access to RFPs, and professional networking.

    The Training Edge allows Native American business owners and their staffs to enhance their professional learning through an extensive video training library. This library features a wide range of videos on business acumen, management training, skills training and more.

    The Procurement Edge is a tool for Native American businesses and tribes to access both federal and corporate procurement opportunities. It is a platform for these businesses to partner with each other for potential joint ventures.

    Community Edge serves the purpose of entrepreneurs and job seekers, forming online communities and exchange ideas.

    The Native Edge website and portal is meant to benefit employers, entreprenuers, and job seekers alike.

    About Leo TechnoSoft

    Leo TechnoSoft is an incubator for IT start-ups/Entrepreneurs to help cultivate their ideas into successful innovations using its trademarked model BOMT and various IT solutions.

    One of the main areas of expertise of Leo Technosoft lies in efficient product development and services in a cloud computing environment. Along with these services, Leo Technosoft offers consultancy services to companies that want to build cloud computing facilities within their organizations.

    For further information on Leo TechnoSoft, please visit:

    Contact Leo TechnoSoft:
    Chicago/Midwest– 2406
    Schumacher Drive, Mishawaka, IN, 46545

    Media Contact
    Phillip Power

    leo_dev_ops_imageWith development and operations aiming to become faster in today‘s world, there is a need for a system which makes development and operations easy in all programming languages. Such system is DevOps.

    What is DevOps?

    DevOps aims to bring development and operation into closer contact and allow them to collaborate more effectively, with the ultimate goal of delivering a better product to customers while allowing faster delivery and better support.

    DevOps is not a tool or a product. It is an approach to operations. By uniting development and operations teams to automate and standardize processes for infrastructure deployment,  business activities become faster and more efficient. Such activities include innovation, accelerated time to market, improved deployment quality, better operational efficiency, and more time for the businessman to focus on his core business goals.

    What does DevOps offer?

    Standard Automation Services:

    These services include deployment, management and support of all your environments 24x7x365. Hence, you can focus on the activities that grow your business. An automated infrastructure saves you from the headache of monitoring the infrastructure and give command for every activity.

    Custom Advisory Services:

    Here, you select the specific services you need from strategy and planning help to ongoing support that augments and accelerates your DevOps journey. DevOps treats infrastructure like code. Hence, you can deliver new features to your customers more often.

    Benefits of DevOps:

    DevOps offers technical benefits like continuous software delivery, less complex problems to fix and faster resolution of problems. The popularity of DevOps in the IT world clearly proves that it offers business benefits as well. Such benefits include faster delivery of features, more stable operating environments and more time available to add value.

    Hence, DevOps is now being adopted for projects that are based on Python, Django, ROR and Java.

    Python & Django:

    DevOps documentation for Python and Django makes it easy for developers to standardize procedure of development as well as allowing for smoother operations.

    This can be done by creating a new repository on the developer version control repository hosting service (GitHub, BitBucket, or whatever developer likes best) for the project. If the developer has an account that will allow him/her to create private repositories, he/she should use that. After this, the version control system is configured so that it ignores the file paths and types that the developer does not want to include. In Git, this involves entering some patterns into a .gitignore file at the root of the repository.

    Server side tools for Python and Django come in handy.

    Django project directory needs to be treated with as much care as applications developed by the developer. If the developer ever needs to set up a new instance of the project (for example to set up a new development environment) the process would need to:

    • be as easy and quick as possible
    • provide precise replication of the live project

    One way of doing this is to manage the developer project using version control, so that it can be cloned, branched, rolled back and otherwise managed in the same way as any other material you use in version control in order to monitor.

    Ruby on Rails (ROR):

    Through DevOps and automation, more business agility can be achieved. This also improves system resiliency. This can enable a strong web- infrastructure as code enables the company to deliver a highly flexible, easy-to-manage infrastructure. Such infrastructure can be helpful for online retailers as they would have the capacity to add millions more members in the future.


    In Java, the primary role of DevOps is to maintain the application environments and configurations supporting reliable, secure and responsive application delivery and support to internal and external customers.

    In the world of Java, DevOps plays the following role:

    • Configuration Management and documentation (along with management) of hardware and software.
    • Configurations across development and production environments to reliably and securely deliver applications to internal and external customers, in audited transaction environments, including maintaining a SOC2 attestation and often collaborating with internal, customer, partner, vendor and contracted resources.
    • Build management and automation, assistance in troubleshooting build and automated testing failures.
    • Java/HTML5/CSS/SQL/Web Services application operations and development.
    • Object oriented development and web and application server administration support; including connections to other systems (e.g. web services, databases, monitors, etc.).
    • System administration (it can be any system from Windows or Mac to Linux) in a Windows- and Macintosh-client networked environment on a hybrid cloud built around Amazon Web Services and internal servers using Virtual Private Cloud solutions. This includes systems administration for patches, monitoring, disaster recovery, failover, security, etc.

    DevOps is changing the IT World:

    With the following benefits, DevOps is changing the IT World:

    1.      Team empowerment:

    All members in a DevOps team are allowed to offer input and this is done across all areas of the project. Members are empowered to take ownership of the entire project, rather than being limited to a single set of tasks.

    2.      Deployment and maintenance tractability:

    Tractability means the ease with which individuals allow themselves to be managed – how receptive they are to influence and suggestion.

    System admins and developers are no longer able to engage in the blame game, where developers accuse system admins of creating an unreliable platform, and system admins complain that code from the developers is unreliable.

    3.      Better reliability:

    Because of the emphasis on communication, collaboration, integration, and automation, the end product from the work done under the DevOps approach is always better.

    To know more about DevOps approach and services by Leo TechnoSoft, contact us at


    Service models are becoming the norm, if possible, in most industries. When the name of the game in a capital based economy is minimizing risk, upfront capital expenditures are often avoided if possible. Cloud computing is one of the best examples of this phenemenon. Cloud computing is a model for enabling omnipresent network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources.

    Corporate organizations keep their data on cloud servers synced with their mobile devices in order to ensure remote access and mobile access. Data stored on cloud servers can be accessed through mobile devices at any place and anytime, via internet.

    Leo TechnoSoft offers safe and secure cloud computing services that are available in various types. The types and features of cloud computing have resulted in the rise of various trends.

    Cloud Computing Trends:

    1. New benefits:

    The cloud promises to deliver a range of benefits, including shift from capital-intensive to operational cost models, lower overall cost, greater agility and reduced complexity. Cloud service can also be used to shift the focus of IT resources to higher-value-added activities for the business, or to support business innovation and, potentially, lower risks.

    2. The Next Big Thing – Hybrid Cloud Computing:

    Hybrid computing is defined as the coordination and combination of external cloud computing services (public or private) and internal infrastructure or application services. In the near future, hybrid cloud computing could lead to a unified model in which there is a single “cloud” made up of multiple cloud platforms (internal or external) that can be used, as needed, based on changing business requirements.

    3. Cloud Services Brokerage:
    With cloud computing adoption proliferation, users also need to depend more on consumption assistance. Hence, the usage of Cloud Services Brokerage (CSB) is expected to increase. CSB is a service provider that plays an intermediary role in cloud computing.

    Cloud Computing Features:

    1. Resource Pooling:
    In cloud computing, resources are pooled to serve a large number of customers. Using multi-tenancy, Cloud computing allocates and de-allocates different resources according to demand. From the user’s end, it is not possible to know where the resource actually resides.

    2. Elasticity:
    In cloud computing, the resource allocation is elastic and it can change quickly with the demand. If on a particular day the demand increases several times, then the system should be elastic enough to meet that additional need, and should return to the normal level when the demand decreases.

    3. Pricing:
    Cloud computing does not have any upfront cost. It is based on usage. The user is billed on the basis of the amount of resources he/she uses. This helps the user to track his/her usage and ultimately help to reduce cost by discontinuing the use of resources he/she considers as unnecessary.
    Cloud computing must provide means to capture, monitor, and control usage information for accurate billing. The information gathered should be transparent and readily available to the customer, showcasing the cost benefits of cloud computing.

    4. Self-Service and On-demand Services:
    Cloud computing is based on self-service and on-demand service models. Here, users are allowed to interact with the cloud to perform tasks like building, deploying, managing, and scheduling.A user can easily access computing capabilities as and when he/she is needed and without any interaction from the cloud-service provider. This would help users to be in control, bringing agility in their work, and to make better decisions on current and future needs.

    Cloud Computing Types:

    1. SaaS:
    Also known as on-demand software, Software as a Service (SaaS) is a software licensing and delivery model in which software is licensed on a subscription basis and is centrally hosted. SaaS provides a given application to multiple tenants, typically using the browser. SaaS solutions are common in sales, HR, and ERP.
    2. PaaS:
    Platform as a Service (PaaS) provides a platform allowing customers to develop, run and manage web applications without the complexity of building and maintaining the infrastructure typically associated with developing and launching an app.
    3. IaaS:
    Providers of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offer computers – physical or (more often) virtual machines – and other resources.

    Saving costs via Cloud Computing:
    Thanks to cloud computing, small companies do not need an in-house IT department to manage their data systems and data security. Cloud Computing automates all of these services once a workflow is put in place and a protocol is implemented.This brings us to one of the key advantages that cloud computing has to offer, a significant reduction in infrastructure and overhead costs.

    1. Fully utilized hardware:
    Cloud computing ensures higher and proper utilization (along with smoothing) of the inevitable peaks and troughs in workloads. Your workloads will share server infrastructure with other organizations’ computing needs. This allows the cloud-computing provider to optimize the hardware needs of its data centres, which means lower costs for you.

    2. Low power costs:
    Cloud computing uses less electricity. Better hardware utilization means more efficient power use. Idle servers waste energy. Hence, a cloud service provider can charge you less for energy used than you are spending in your own data centre.

    3. Low labour costs:
    Good IT people are expensive; their salaries, benefits, and other employment costs often outweigh the costs of hardware and software. Later recruitment of good staff with the right experience only adds more to the labour cost. However, when you move to the cloud, some of the money you pay for the service goes to the provider‘s staffing costs. Usually, the amount you spend after moving to the Cloud is a much smaller amount than if you did all that work in-house.

    4. Low Capital costs:
    Running your own servers means up-front capital costs. Ironically, in the world of cloud-computing, financing a significant upfront capital investment is not your problem. If you run the servers yourself, the accounting staff working with you may say that the cost gets spread over a server‘s life. However, that money still has to come from somewhere. Hence, it is capital that otherwise cannot be invested in the business—be it actual money or a line of credit.

    5. Resilience without redundancy:
    Running your own servers is not easy. You would need to buy more hardware than you need in case of failure. In extreme cases, you may also need to duplicate everything. Having spare hardware lying idle is an expensive way to maximize uptime. Hence, you can let a cloud computing service deal with the redundancy requirement. Typical clouds have several locations for their data centres. They mirror your data and applications across at least two of them. This saves your money.

    Please visit our SaaS Tenant page to know more about our cloud computing services.


    Javascript is a programming language that is most commonly used as part of web browsers whose implementations allow client-side scripts to interact with the user, control the browser, communicate asynchronously, and alter the document content that is displayed.

    History of JavaScript:

    JavaScript was originally developed by Brendan Eich during his stint with Netscape Communications Corporation. Competing with Microsoft for user adoption of web technologies and platforms, Netscape considered their client-server offering a distributed Operating System (OS) with a portable version of Sun Microsystems’ Java. Their aim was to provide an environment in which applets could be run.

    Netscape introduced an implementation of the language for server-side scripting with Netscape Enterprise Server in December 1994. Later, JavaScript was embraced by Microsoft as well.

    Features of JavaScript:

    JavaScript has a huge variety of features. Following are some of the important features of JavaScript:

    1.      Structured nature:

    JavaScript supports much of the structured programming syntax from a computer language known as C.

    2.      Object-based:

    JavaScript is highly object-based. JavaScript objects are associative arrays, augmented with prototypes.

    3.      Proto-types:

    JavaScript uses prototypes where many other object-oriented languages use classes for inheritance. It is possible to simulate many class-based features with prototypes in JavaScript.

    4.      Run-time environment:

    JavaScript relies on a run-time environment to provide objects and methods by which scripts can interact with the environment. It also relies on the run-time environment to provide the ability to include/import scripts.

    5.      Regular expressions:

    JavaScript also supports regular expressions in a manner similar to Perl, which provide a concise and powerful syntax for text manipulation that is more sophisticated than the built-in string functions.

    Javascript is an indespensible part of web and web application development. It has added a dynamic dimension to user UX/UI experience.

    JavaScript trends:

    1.      Responsive images:

    Good responsive image support across several mainstream desktop and mobile browsers is made possible javascript incorporation. Different images can be presented based on the device’s size and orientation. For example, you might offer a photograph of a forest on a desktop but a couple of trees on a mobile device.

    2.      Rise of Node.js:

    Node.js has been used in high-profile systems from eBay, PayPal, Uber, Yahoo!, and Walmart but this JavaScript-based server-side technology remains a fairly niche option outside the cutting-edge tech community. But now its popularity is rising.

    3.      Framework fatigue:

    With thousands of useful HTML, CSS, JavaScript and server-side frameworks available to cater for every development whim, there is a lot to choose from. The overwhelming number of frameworks can lead to choice paralysis. Developers would have to spend a lot of time researching the best option.

    Choosing the wrong option can be painful as a developer may need to restart everything from scratch with a different framework. Fortunately, improvements in browser technology often make frameworks redundant. Now developers can migrate to smaller, feature-specific components which can be dropped or replaced easily. The concept has already been embraced by the Node.js and Ruby communities.

    Types of JavaScript:

    1.      jQuery:

    jQuery is a cross-platform JavaScript library designed to simplify the client-side scripting of HTML. It is the most popular JavaScript library in use today, with installation on 65% of the top 10 million highest-trafficked sites on the Web. Being a large library, jQuery enables you to perform a larger number of functions in comparison to other Javascript libraries.

    In jQuery there are hundreds of prewritten plugins available for download that speed up your development process instantly. Another advantage behind this is the efficiency and security of the script. A jQuery website has comprehensive documentation and tutorials to get even an absolute beginner in programming, a good understanding of this library.

    jQuery lets user develop Ajax templates with ease, Ajax enables a sleeker interface where actions can be performed on pages without requiring the entire page to be reloaded.

    2.      Angular JS:

    Angular JS is an open-source web application framework maintained by Google and by a community of individual developers and corporations to address the challenges encountered in developing single-page applications.

    Its Data-binding feature saves you from writing a considerable amount of boilerplate code. In Angular JS, a template is just plain-old-HTML. The extended HTML vocabulary is, to contain instructions on how the model should be projected into the view. Angular JS incorporates the basic principles behind the original Model View Controller (MVC) software design pattern into how it builds client-side web applications. Angular JS also has a built-in dependency injection subsystem that helps the developer by making the application easier to develop, understand, and test.

    Leo TechnoSoft’s team of developers is extremely adept at utylizing javascript, jquery and angular js. Based upon the project and cliente requirements, we incorporate what we deem to be the most appropriate for the project specifications.

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