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Service hailing is like ride hailing, but for professional services. Service hailing is the next big disruption coming to professional service firms.
Most people cannot recognize modern-day examples of artificial intelligence and do not understand it can be used in law.
The final part of this series is about performance, caching, and the additional features of a progressive web app.
Part 4 of this 5 part series deals with push notifications, one of the most exciting capabilities of a progressive web app.
A forecast predicts that by 2035 there will be a trillion connected computers built into everything from bridges and clothes to food packaging.
A Desktop Progressive Web App, or Desktop PWA, is a web app that can be installed on a user's device much like a native app. Progressive web apps build bridges to mobile, desktop, and native.
Part 3 of this 5 part series deals with the user experience characteristics of a progressive web app.
Document automation uses conditional logic, loops, variable text and data connections to assemble sets of documents. Learn about our unique approach.
Part 2 of this 5 part series is about the indexability and social characteristics of a progressive web app.
The costs of putting compute ability into everyday objects have fallen significantly from what they were fifty years ago
Virtual law firms have several benefits, not least of which are low rent and no commuting
User authentication is defined as the process of interactions a human has with a computer to access the protected parts of an app.
Document automation is the process of designing systems and workflows that assist in the creation of business-critical documents. Learn about our unique approach.
Deep learning tries to solve problems which call for human-like thought.
AI refers to the idea of machines being capable of acting in smart ways. ML is an application of AI.
Part 1 of this 5 part series is about the baseline requirements of a progressive web app.