Software – Application Stock Sprout Social Inc (SPT) should be in your portfolio on Thursday?

  


Hill 55 InvestorsObserver gives Sprout Social Inc (SPT) stock puts it near the top of the software – applications industry. In addition to scoring more than 94% of stocks in the software and applications industry, SPT’s overall rating of 55 means the stock scores better than 55% of all stocks.

SPT has an overall score of 55. Find out what this means for you and get the rest of the ranking on SPT!

What do these notes mean?
Finding the best stocks can be tricky. It is not easy to compare companies from one sector to another. Even companies that have relatively similar activities can sometimes be difficult to compare. InvestorsObserverThe tools allow for a top-down approach that lets you pick a metric, find the best sector and industry, and then find the best stocks in that sector. Our proprietary rating system captures technical factors, fundamental analysis and the opinions of Wall Street analysts. This makes
InvestorsObserver
The overall rating of is a great place to start, regardless of your investing style. Scores ranked in percentiles are also easy to understand. A score of 100 is high and a 0 is low. There’s no need to try to remember what’s “good” for a bunch of complicated ratios, just pay attention to the higher numbers.
What’s going on with Sprout Social Inc Stock today?
Sprout Social Inc (SPT) stock is trading at $62.22 as of 10:50 a.m. on Thursday, February 3, a loss of -$4.80, or -7.17% from the previous closing price of 67.02 $. The stock has traded between $61.41 and $66.34 so far today. Today the volume is low. So far, 151,130 shares have been traded with an average volume of 645,215 shares. Click here for the full Sprout Social Inc. stock report.

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Software Development Services Market by Key Player – , CEPTES, LinkedIn, Concur Technologies, Workday, IBM, Oracle, NetSuite, Medidata Solutions, ServiceNow, Microsoft, Google, Zuora

  

Global Software Development Services Market research is an intelligence report with meticulous efforts undertaken to study the correct and valuable information. The data that has been reviewed takes into account both existing top players and upcoming competitors. The business strategies of key players and new industries entering the market are studied in detail. A well-explained SWOT analysis, revenue share and contact information are shared in this report analysis. It also provides market information in terms of development and its capabilities.
Global Software Development Services Market Research Report 2022-2028 is a factual overview and in-depth study on the current and future market of the Mobility Healthcare Solutions industry. Software Development Services Market report provides supreme data, such as development strategy, competitive landscape, environment, opportunities, risks, challenges and barriers, value chain optimization , contact and income information, technological advancements, product offerings of key players and dynamics. market structuring. The Software Development Services Market report provides the growth rate, recent trends, and an absolute study of key players at regular intervals in the market based on the lightness of their product description, business outline, and their business tactics.
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Summary
According to XYZResearch study, over the next 5 years the Software Development Services market will register a xx% CAGR in terms of revenue, the global market size will reach USD xx Million by 2026, from USD xx Million in 2020. In particular, it should be noted that the impact of the epidemic has accelerated the trend of localization, regionalization and decentralization of the global industrial chain and supply chain, so it is inevitable to rebuild the global industrial chain. Faced with the global industrial change of the post-epidemic era, enterprises in different countries need to take precautions. This report presents the revenue, market share and growth rate for each key company. In this analysis report, we will find the details below:
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The COVID-19 outbreak has affected many aspects, such as flight cancellations; travel bans and quarantines; restaurants closed; all restricted indoor/outdoor events; more than forty countries declare a state of emergency; massive supply chain slowdown; stock market volatility; declining business confidence, growing panic among the population and uncertainty about the future.
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PDF generation with complex graphics in Delphi



Intro

TMS FNC Core is the core foundation of FNC. It offers a solid structure for the other FNC component sets such as TMS FNC UI Pack and TMS FNC Maps. In the past, we have demonstrated the capabilities of TMS FNC Core in various ways. Below are a couple of links to blog posts about functionality available in TMS FNC Core.

A browser, JSON persistence, printing, SVG support and many more. Today I want to focus on another “hidden gem”: PDF generation and in particular focusing on drawing complex graphics.

Basic drawing 

Before going to complex drawing statements, we need to take a look at the basics. Generating a PDF starts by specifying a file name, adding the first page, and then the PDF context is ready to be accessed via the Graphics property. In the sample below, we draw a simple rectangle by setting the properties of the fill & stroke and by calling p.Graphics.DrawRectangle.

uses
  FMX.TMSFNCPDFLib, FMX.TMSFNCGraphicsTypes;

procedure TPDFGenerationForm.GeneratePDF;
var
  p: TTMSFNCPDFLib;
begin
  p := TTMSFNCPDFLib.Create;
  try
    p.BeginDocument('MyPDF.pdf');
    p.NewPage;

    p.Graphics.Fill.Color := gcYellowgreen;
    p.Graphics.Stroke.Color := gcGreen;
    p.Graphics.Stroke.Width := 4;
    p.Graphics.DrawRectangle(RectF(100, 100, 300, 300));

    p.EndDocument(True);
  finally
    p.Free;
  end;
end;

This generates the following PDF

The basic ITMSFNCCustomPDFGraphicsLib interface (p.Graphics property) exposes a lot of basic drawing calls to draw shapes constructed out of simple primitives or more complex paths. On top of that, it’s possible to export images as well. Using these calls gives you the flexibility to enhance your PDF with vector sharp graphics. The way this needs to be done is by calling each draw statement in a specific order. See this sample below to draw a bezier curve.

uses
  FMX.TMSFNCPDFLib, FMX.TMSFNCGraphicsTypes, FMX.TMSFNCPDFCoreLibBase;

procedure TPDFGenerationForm.GeneratePDF;
var
  p: TTMSFNCPDFLib;
begin
  p := TTMSFNCPDFLib.Create;
  try
    p.BeginDocument('MyPDF.pdf');
    p.NewPage;

    p.Graphics.Stroke.Color := gcDarkseagreen;
    p.Graphics.Stroke.Width := 3;
    p.Graphics.Stroke.Kind := gskSolid;
    p.Graphics.DrawPathBegin;
    p.Graphics.DrawPathMoveToPoint(PointF(350, 40));
    p.Graphics.DrawPathAddCurveToPoint(PointF(310, 130), PointF(445, 50), PointF(398, 115));
    p.Graphics.DrawPathEnd(dmPathStroke);

    p.Graphics.Stroke.Width := 0.5;
    p.Graphics.Stroke.Color := gcBlack;
    p.Graphics.Fill.Color := gcNull;
    p.Graphics.Fill.Kind := gfkSolid;
    p.Graphics.DrawLine(PointF(350, 40), PointF(310, 130));
    p.Graphics.DrawLine(PointF(445, 50), PointF(398, 115));

    p.Graphics.DrawRectangle(RectF(442.5, 47.5, 447.5, 52.5));
    p.Graphics.DrawRectangle(RectF(395.5, 50 + 62.5, 400.5, 50 + 67.5));
    p.Graphics.DrawRectangle(RectF(347.5, 50 - 12.5, 352.5, 50 - 7.5));
    p.Graphics.DrawRectangle(RectF(307.5, 127.5, 312.5, 132.5));

    p.EndDocument(True);
  finally
    p.Free;
  end;
end;

The result of the above code is a bezier curve with lines and handles mimicking interaction.

Mapping FNC Core graphics onto PDF graphics

After the initial release, we had some requests on exporting FNC components to PDF. The PDF graphics layer was too limited to export components to PDF, therefore we have created the TTMSFNCGraphicsPDFEngine class, which decends from TTMSFNCGraphics, the core class for all FNC cross-platform drawing. On top of the default PDF graphics, the TTMSFNCGraphicsPDFEngine gives you complex paths, matrix transforms as well as various flexible image drawing options. Together with SVG support we can then load the SVG as a resource and draw the information as vector graphics inside the PDF. Internally, the SVG is parsed, elements are transformed to FNC graphics paths and with that information the PDF graphics engine draws renders the SVG onto the PDF canvas, via the earlier mentioned drawing calls. All in a couple of lines.

uses
  FMX.TMSFNCPDFLib, FMX.TMSFNCGraphicsTypes,
  FMX.TMSFNCGraphicsPDFEngine, FMX.TMSFNCTypes;

procedure TPDFGenerationForm.GeneratePDF;
var
  p: TTMSFNCPDFLib;
  g: TTMSFNCGraphicsPDFEngine;
  bmp: TTMSFNCBitmap;
begin
  p := TTMSFNCPDFLib.Create;
  g := TTMSFNCGraphicsPDFEngine.Create(p);
  bmp := TTMSFNCBitmap.CreateFromFile('tiger.svg');
  try
    p.BeginDocument('MyPDF.pdf');
    p.NewPage;

    g.DrawBitmap(RectF(50, 50, 400, 600), bmp);

    p.EndDocument(True);
  finally
    bmp.Free;
    g.Free;
    p.Free;
  end;
end;

Export FNC Components

Adding complex vector graphics to your PDF through the TTMSFNCGraphicsPDFEngine class also brings a way to export FNC components. In the base TTMSFNCCustomControl class we have added the ITMSFNCGraphicsExport interface, which is capable of exporting the component to another graphics instance, in this case the PDF graphics engine. In this sample, we chose to export TTMSFNCChart, which is a component that is capable of displaying statistical & mathemical data in various representation types  such as a line chart, bar chart or an area chart. The code looks like this and is for this sample based on the TMS FNC Chart desktop demo, included in the distribution.

procedure TPDFGenerationForm.GeneratePDF;
var
  p: TTMSFNCPDFLib;
  g: TTMSFNCGraphicsPDFEngine;
  e: ITMSFNCGraphicsExport;
begin
  p := TTMSFNCPDFLib.Create;
  g := TTMSFNCGraphicsPDFEngine.Create(p);
  try
    p.BeginDocument('MyPDF.pdf');
    p.NewPage;

    if Supports(TMSFNCChart1, ITMSFNCGraphicsExport, e) then
      e.Export(g, RectF(50, 50, 500, 350));

    p.EndDocument(True);
  finally
    g.Free;
    p.Free;
  end;
end;

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Audio Plugin Software Application Market Size, Share, Growth Overview, Competitive Analysis

New Jersey, United States,- This detail Audio Plug-in Software Application Market The report outlines the growth development and analysis of the industry, which plays an important role for new market players entering the market. The new players in the market can get a comprehensive overview of the main aspects that control the growth of the […] … Read More

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GExperts 1.3.20 experimental twm 2022-01-30 released

  

COVID-19 is still going strong, even 2 years after it was first discovered. We’re on the Omicron variant now and nobody knows what new variants the near future may bring. I got my vaccination jabs in 2021-06-08 (AstraZeneca), 2021-07-17 (Biontech/Pfizer) and a booster 2021-12-09 (Moderna). As you can see, I survived all of them for at least a month 😉 Side effects were limited to some mild headache that lasted for about 24 hours.
On the bright side: I have been working from home basically through the whole pandemic and I like it (my wife does too). I even managed not to put on too much weight, but using an exercise bike for 30 to 45 minutes a day takes much more effort than simply cycling to work and back. And I miss flying to the south on vacation.
But I digress:
The new GExperts version still supports all Delphi versions back to Delphi 6 (with the notable exception of Delphi 8) and even the Delphi 11 version is no longer in Alpha state (but it’s still beta, there will be glitches!). Support for per monitor DPI awareness should now work (in Delphi 11, and definitely better than in the IDE itself).
There are even a few new features:

A new expert to edit the unit search path (only Delphi 2009 and later)
A per monitor DPI aware stand alone Grep (with a bugfix to save and restore the form position)
Some small improvements for the Goto, Grep search and Todo expert.
Separate cache directories per platform in the Uses Clause Manager
Separate lists for VCL and FMX in the Rename Components expert

And of course a few bug fixes.
As always: Report and any bugs you find (or contribute bug fixes) and also file feature requests or maybe even contribute implementations for these features.
Discussion about this post in the international Delphi Praxis forum.

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Should the Software – HubSpot Inc (HUBS) Application Stock be in your portfolio on Thursday?

  


HubSpot Inc (HUBS) is at the top of the software industry – applications according to InvestorsObserver. HUBS received an overall rating of 48, meaning it scores above 48% of all actions. HubSpot Inc also scored 86 in the Software – Apps sector, which puts it above 86% of the Software – Apps stock. Software – Application is ranked 132 out of 148 industries.

HUBS has an overall score of 48. Find out what this means for you and get the rest of the rankings on HUBS!

What do these notes mean?
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The overall rating of is a great way to get started, regardless of your investing style. Scores ranked in percentiles are also easy to understand. A score of 100 is high and a 0 is low. There’s no need to try to remember what’s “good” for a bunch of complicated ratios, just pay attention to the higher numbers.
What’s going on with HubSpot Inc stocks today?
HubSpot Inc (HUBS) stock is trading at $438.46 as of 10:48 a.m. Thursday, January 27, up $8.28, or 1.92% from the previous closing price of $430.18 . The stock has traded between $436.53 and $450.78 so far today. Volume today is less active than usual. So far, 111,003 shares have been traded with an average volume of 879,640 shares. Click here for the full HubSpot Inc. stock report.

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Transform your software development strategy: three steps to avoid DevOps pitfalls

  

Eager to drive digital transformation, many companies today jump into software development without proper preparation, resulting in poor quality products and wasted time and money. They can increase software development success in three key steps, says Aaron Bruce, director of engineering at Synapse Studios.
Many companies today are banking on successful software development to gain momentum, especially for companies embarking on broad digital transformation journeys. But too often, they go into building software without proof that they are likely to succeed. The result is a shoddy product that does more harm than good.
Unsuccessful software development is more than annoying – it’s a massive drain on the industry. Software development costs associated with unsuccessful development projects were estimated at $260 billion, 46% more than in 2018. Similarly, the failure rate is around 19%. Executives know they need to reduce software development costs, but struggle to understand how.
What is behind this disconnection? The traditional answer is that software quality and development speed are mutually exclusive, an idea summed up by the adage “Fast, cheap, good – pick two”.
In my experience, however, that’s not the real culprit. It is a failure to carefully consider ideas before development. Lack of verification of proposed features leads to massive swelling of software development scope with dubious ideas that should have been discarded earlier.
Navigate DevOps Challenges
Much of the problem can be attributed to below average DevOps adoption. Many organizations have the wrong idea of ​​what DevOps is and how it should work, adopting the practice in name only. Leaders can simply rebrand old operations teams as DevOps teams or create new “DevOps” teams and make them responsible for infrastructure and deployment automation.
However, genuine (and valuable) DevOps resolves organizational silos and misaligned incentives around deploying software in production. It is a practical philosophy and a set of supporting technical and management practices. It also aims to eliminate silos and inefficient handoffs between development and operations teams. The philosophy stems from lean management theory, focusing on end-to-end workflow, waste minimization and continuous improvement.
When companies understand and implement the right DevOps function, they can quickly focus their energy on what matters most: how do you add value to customers’ lives? What are the things we do that add less value than we thought? How do we develop a system to learn what our customers need in the most economical way possible so that we don’t waste time on things that won’t work?
3 steps to transform your software development approach
Start with these steps to improve DevOps practices, reduce costs, and increase software development success:
1. Build the right thing first
The first step is simple but often overlooked: make sure you’re building the right software. When companies skip this step, they defeat DevOps from the start. In general, software is the most expensive way to solve a given problem. If you build custom software without being very sure that it will solve the problem in question, you will probably be part of the failure rate.
The software must solve the real problem for the business or the customer, or it doesn’t justify the cost. If you develop a culture of creating products that don’t generate value, it doesn’t matter if the software is high quality or technically sound – it still won’t benefit anyone. Instead, develop a product culture to build validated ideas before you’re ready and willing to invest in building value-generating software. Marty Cagan’s book, “Inspired: How to Create Tech Products Customers Love,” is a great product guide. It covers how to build strong teams, determine the right products, develop effective processes, and create the culture you need to drive successful products.
2. Assess and improve your managerial culture
The next step is to ensure that your culture allows for autonomy and trust between development teams and management. Suppose developers have to go through the bureaucratic approval process typical of enterprise software development every time they want to fix something. In this case, they will never reach the level of continuous improvement that is at the heart of the DevOps function.
Also, developers can’t proficiently build things with heavy cognitive load or constant context switching. As businesses prioritize digital transformation to stay competitive, they are demanding more of scarce and overused resources. Piling on more work than developers can effectively handle interrupts productivity, causes missed deadlines, and pushes developers ever closer to burnout.
We need to give developers the space to think about solutions and innovate without interruption. Foster an engineering-focused culture by optimizing internal processes to reduce context switching and fostering an environment in which innovation thrives. Look for efficiency and noise reduction in your communication. And, where possible, use asynchronous communication to prevent individual project contributors from being tied to schedules full of planned disruptions. Instead, allow for deep focus and effective time management. Also, try to limit individuals’ project commitments to the minimum possible, usually only one project at a time.
You can also promote a culture of continuous improvement and innovation by focusing on employee development. Development opportunities keep your developers informed and improve recruitment and retention processes. An August 2021 survey by Amdocs of 1,000 American workers showed that about two-thirds of employees would leave their jobs if they were denied such learning opportunities. And retention increases software success rates because companies maintain long-term institutional knowledge of projects and customers.
3.Take the time to go fast
It may seem counter-intuitive, but if you want to develop great software fast, you have to start slow. It’s like the saying of the tree chopping contest – the winner spends most of their time sharpening their axe. You need to create an error-proof system even if the initial cost is high. Building it will take a lot of time and money, and will require ongoing maintenance and alignment with best practices and tools.
The metrics companies need to track to ensure their systems stay strong enough are the DORA metrics: change failure rate, change turnaround time, service restoration time, and deployment frequency. Essentially, you need to see how many changes you have made to systems versus how many changes have failed. If you determine that many of your edits are not successful, you want to do something about it.
Determine if your organization 1) doesn’t know it should track this data, 2) doesn’t know how to track it, or 3) does nothing about this information. In these cases, software management and delivery will tend to deteriorate over time, as costs increase with each change-fail-change-fail cycle that is not informed by data-based insights. data.
It is necessary to maintain the quality of the system by tracking and responding to data. That’s what DevOps is for: automating testing and deployment, deploying frequently, and constantly observing performance.
Learn more: DevOps Roadmap: A Complete 7-Step Guide
There is no reason to delay setting up your DevOps ducks immediately. It’s just a matter of commitment and vision. With trust in people, good ideas, an innovative culture and error-proof systems, you will enable your teams to build successful projects, reduce software development costs and reap the benefits for years to come.
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Audio plug-in software application market size by 2029

  

New Jersey, United States,- the Audio Plug-in Software Application Market The report emphasizes on detailed understanding of some crucial factors such as size, share, revenue, forecasted trends, supply, production, demand, industry, and CAGR to provide an in-depth perspective of the world market. In addition, the report also highlights challenges impeding market growth and expansion strategies of major companies in the “Audio Plugin Software Application Market”.
The Audio Plug-in Software Application Market research report analyzes major players in key regions such as North America, South America, Middle East & Africa, and Asia region -Peaceful. It provides insights and expert analysis on key market trends and consumer behavior, as well as insight into market data and key brands. It also provides all the data with easy-to-digest information to guide every businessman’s future innovation and drive the business forward.
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Key Players Mentioned in the Audio Plug-in Software Application Market Research Report:
Universal Audio, Waves, Avid, Steinberg, Apple
Audio Plug-in Software Application Market Segmentation:
By Product Type, the market is primarily split into:
• The Windows• iOS•Android
By application, this report covers the following segments:
• Professional• Hobbyists
The audio plug-in software application market is segmented on the basis of product type, application, and geography. All segments of the Audio Plug-in Software Application Market are carefully analyzed based on market share, CAGR, value and volume growth, and other significant factors. The report also provides precise estimates on CAGR, revenue, production, sales, and other calculations for the Audio Plug-in Software Application market. Each regional market is studied in detail in the report to explain why some regions are growing at a high rate while others at a slow rate. We have also provided Porter’s Five Forces and PESTLE analysis for further study of the Audio Plug-In Software Application market.
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Scope of the Audio Plug-in Software Application Market Report

ATTRIBUTES
DETAILS

ESTIMATED YEAR
2022

YEAR OF REFERENCE
2021

FORECAST YEAR
2029

HISTORICAL YEAR
2020

UNITY
Value (million USD/billion)

SECTORS COVERED
Types, applications, end users, and more.

REPORT COVER
Revenue Forecast, Business Ranking, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors and Trends

BY REGION
North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa

CUSTOMIZATION SCOPE
Free report customization (equivalent to up to 4 analyst business days) with purchase. Added or changed country, region and segment scope.

Geographic segment covered in the report:
The Audio Plug-in Software Application report provides information on the market area, which is sub-divided into sub-regions and countries/regions. In addition to the market share in each country and sub-region, this chapter of this report also contains information on profit opportunities. This chapter of the report mentions the market share and growth rate of each region, country and sub-region over the estimated period.
• North America (USA and Canada)• Europe (UK, Germany, France and rest of Europe)• Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India and the rest of the Asia-Pacific region)• Latin America (Brazil, Mexico and rest of Latin America)• Middle East and Africa (GCC and Rest of Middle East and Africa)
Answers to key questions in the report:
1. Who are the top five players in the audio plug-in software application market?
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3. Which products and applications will occupy the lion’s share of the audio plug-in software application market?
4. What are the Audio Plug-In Software Application Market Drivers and Restraints?
5. Which regional market will show the strongest growth?
6. What will be the CAGR and size of the audio plug-in software application market throughout the forecast period?
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Tucows launches Wavelo, a new software company designed to revolutionize the capabilities of communications service providers

  

Wavelo powers the evolution of telecommunications with dedicated, event-driven software
TORONTO, January 25, 2022 /CNW/ – Tucows (NASDAQ: TCX) (TSX: TC), a global leader in Internet services, today announced the launch of its newest venture, Wavelo. The new company provides accessible telecommunications software to Communications Service Providers (CSPs) around the world, minimizing network barriers and improving Internet access worldwide.

Wavelo is on a mission to make telecommunications child’s play. (CNW Group/Tucows Inc.)

Wavelo is being launched at a critical time for the global telecommunications industry, where providers are competing to deliver more value from their established networks. Wavelo’s flexible cloud-based software suite simplifies mobile and internet network access management, enabling CSPs to better utilize their existing infrastructure, focus on customer experience and scale their businesses faster.
“In today’s competitive landscape, carriers need options from their software. They deserve solutions that keep pace with their network’s innovation and are flexible enough to integrate seamlessly into their existing operations,” said Justin Reilly, CEO of Wavelo. “Wavelo was launched to do just that. Our cloud-native, event-driven software is the first of its kind and will drive growth and value for operators, ultimately making connectivity easier for more humans around the world.”
Wavelo offers two full-service platforms – Internet Service Operating System (ISOS) and Mobile Network Operating System (MONOS) – which provide customizable solutions for Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and Mobile Network Operators (MNOs), respectively. Additional a la carte services are also offered, supporting businesses in everything from subscription and billing management, to orchestration and network provisioning, to individual developer tools, etc
“Tucows is a global leader in Internet services and SaaS solutions. We have been in the telecommunications industry for over twenty-five years and have always been baffled by the complexity of traditional software,” said Elliot Noss, CEO of Tucows. “Modern software is needed to propel growth in this space, especially as communications service providers tackle the last 30% of digital transformation. That’s exactly what Wavelo will enable. This software is used in the Tucows portfolio for years and we are proud to officially consolidate these solutions into a standalone company.”
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Wavelo launches as a proven asset to CSPs, with DISH using Wavelo’s MONOS software to drive additional value within its digital operator platform since early 2021. More recently, Ting Fiber has also integrated Wavelo’s ISOS software Wavelo to enable faster subscriber growth and footprint expansion.
Wavelo is now Tucows’ third private company, with Ting Internet and Tucows Domains.
To learn more about Wavelo, its mission and its complete software suite, go to www.wavelo.com.
About Wavelo
Wavelo provides a full suite of flexible, cloud-based software that simplifies mobile and internet network access management, provisioning, billing and subscription, developer tools, and more. Its software helps communications service providers minimize technology and network barriers to improve Internet access worldwide. Wavelo makes telecom child’s play.
About Tucows
Tucows helps connect more people to the benefit of internet access through communication services technology, domain services and fiber optic internet infrastructure.
Ting (https://ting.com/internet) provides fixed fiber Internet access with exceptional customer support. Wavelo is a telecommunications software suite for service providers that simplifies mobile and Internet network access management, provisioning, billing and subscription, developer tools, and more. OpenSRS (https://opensrs.com), Enum (https://www.enom.com) and Ascio (https://ascio.com) together manage approximately 25 million domain names and millions of value-added services through a global reseller network of more than 36,000 web hosts and ISPs. Hover (https://hover.com) makes it easy for individuals and small businesses to manage their domain names and email addresses. More information can be found on the Tucows website (https://tucows.com).

Wavelo powers the evolution of telecommunications with purpose-built, event-driven software. (CNW Group/Tucows Inc.)

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Some uptime monitoring tools that are still free and understand more than http/https

  

Since uptimerobot has slowly moving free features, part of my family uses it to monitor uptime of their personal stuff, and I don’t want to pay for the free monitoring I do on Embarcadero infrastructure (I know that they have been phasing out older useful sites for ages, but even their main sites were down for 2 days about a year ago).
Yes, I know the competitiveness of [Wayback] Website monitoring – Wikipedia, and I’m glad Uptimerobot has been there for a relatively long time, but alas: for personal use…
The list of of the pricing pages of each site, containing a one line summary blurb if it was available:

[Wayback] Freshping – Pricing
Freshping FREE plan ✓ 50 URL checks ✓ 1-minute interval ✓ FREE Public status pages. Need more? Check out the enterprise plan.

[Wayback] Pricing | Checkly
50k API check runs / mo, 5k browser check runs / mo, 5 users, basic features

[Wayback] StatusCake – Try it Today!
Basic, FREE, 10 Uptime Monitors, 5 Minute Tests

[Wayback] pricing | Happy Apps
Free: 3 Checks, 5 minute min. monitoring interval, All check types, 3 days history max, 0 sms alerts, ∞ email alerts, SSH Only

Via [Wayback] 16 Best Online Services to Monitor Sites Uptime
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Advanced Curve Fitting with FNC Math Components



New version 3.2 of TMS Analytics & Physics
library
introduced FNC components for creating math applications with minimal
code writing. The previous
article
described how to implement curve fitting. In this article, we’ll
continue the theme and explain some advanced features for function
approximation.

Generally, we use some standard basis
functions for curve fitting: Fourier basis (sine and cosine functions),
polynomials, exponent functions, and so on. In rare cases, we need specific basis
functions to approximate the data. The TMS FNC math components provide a
straightforward way to create a basis with any set of functions. Moreover, we
can develop and test the basis right in design time.

The component for creating a basis with a
set of user-defined functions is TFNCLinearBasis1D.
The component provides the following published properties:

  • Variable (TVariableProperty) – provides the name of the variable for the basis functions.
  • Coefficient (TVariableProperty) – provides the name of the coefficient for the fitting problem.
  • Order (integer) – number of basis functions for approximation (read-only).
  • Expression (string) – math expression of the constructed function (read-only).
  • Parameters (TParameterCollection) – a set of parameters for parametric basis functions.
  • Functions (TParameterCollection) – a set of functions to construct the basis.

The two last properties provide the functionality to construct an
arbitrary basis. With the
Parameters
property, you can add named values into the math environment and then use them
to parametrize the set of basis functions. The
Functions property allows to add, edit, and delete functions via
standard Delphi collection editors. The collection contains items of
TFormulaProperty type. When you add an
item to the collection you can edit it with the Object Inspector as shown in
the picture below. 



The class TFormulaPropery has several properties and a built-in mechanism to check the function for correctness. If you input a math expression that is not valid in the current context, the Error property will indicate what is wrong in the formula. An example is shown in the following picture.



For our example, we created the collection with three basis functions: ‘1’, ‘log{2}(x/A)’ (logarithm to the base 2), and ‘P{3 2}(x/A)’ (associated Legendre polynomial of 3-rd degree and 2-nd order). Then, following the instructions described in the previous article, we added a data source, an approximated function, and a plotter to draw the function on the FNC chart. The final resulting FMX form at design time is shown in the picture below.




The main advantage of using the FNC math components is that you can select appropriate basis functions without running the application. At design time you can change parameter values and math expressions of basis functions. The changes will immediately affect the approximated function and you can see as the fitted curve looks on the FNC chart. Also, you can verify that the approximation succeeded by looking at the properties of the approximated function, as shown in the following picture.

Another feature of
the FNC math components is that they work with symbolic data representation. Although
the approximation uses discrete data as input, the result is a symbolic
expression of the curve. So, we can use this expression for some advanced
analysis. For example, we can evaluate the derivative of the function.

     The TFNCApproxFunction1D
is a descendant of the TFNCBaseFunction1D
class. Thus, we can use the same approach, as described in this article, to
evaluate and draw the derivative of the fitted curve. The resulting designed
form is shown in the picture below.

Note that the
derivative is not evaluated numerically, as a finite difference for example. It
is an analytical math function. So, this function can be evaluated at any
point, not only at discrete points in the data source. Moreover, we can
evaluate the fitted curve and its derivative at the points outside the data
interval (for example, to predict how it is changed at the next point).

It is also easy to manage the parameters of
approximation and other options at run time. For example, with the following
small piece of code, we can update the data source.

var
  x, y: TArray<real>;
begin
  x:= [ 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, 5.0, 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0 ];
  y:= [ 8.0, 2.7, 1.7,-1.2,-1.7,-4.2,-5.4,-5.7,-5.4 ];
  FNCDataSource1D1.AssignArray(x, y);
end;

When the data is assigned, the components are automatically
updated and we can see the resulting fitted curve and its derivative on the
chart.

The source code of the demo project for the article can be downloaded
from here
. You can install the TMS Analytics & Physics
and
TMS FNC Chart
products and use many other useful features of the FNC math components.


Note that for students and teachers, there is also the free academic version of TMS Analytics & Physics. You can register for it from TMS Web Academy.


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Book Review: Delphi GUI Programming with FireMonkey (Part 1)

  

I purchased the book Delphi GUI Programming with FireMonkey by Andrea Magni on November 7, 2020. I dove in head first with great enthusiasm only to get derailed early on. It happened when I tried to follow the topic Understanding the Style Designer in chapter 2.As someone who knows almost nothing about FireMonkey these four and one-half pages soured my learning and turned me against this book and it’s author. I tried reaching out to the author directly and received a curt response basically telling me that the examples in his book were not meant to be step-by-step. From that moment on I let this book sit on the shelf and collect dust.That was a foolish mistake on my part. The Style Designer is a central part of FireMonkey and FMX. It is my opinion, that the author introduced this complex topic much too early in the book. It was presented with just a small smattering of knowledge and guidance. Leading me to three days of frustration because I could not make the Style Designer match what I saw in the book. The style designer is much too complex a topic to simply be glossed over in this fashion. A more fitting title for this topic would be First Glance at the Style Designer. Don’t Judge a Book by Only 4 Pages If you are new to FMX and FireMonkey, and you want to get the most out of this book, I highly recommend you skip the topic Understanding the Style Designer in Chapter 2 (print: 34-38, pdf: 31-35). No understanding will happen. Instead, I recommend you watch this 50 minute YouTube video by Ray Konopka called Customizing Controls with FMX Styles.After you have a better understanding of the FMX Style Designer, you may want to come back to the topic Understanding the Style Designer in this book.You can best sum up my attitude about this book (and it’s author) by the phrase “Don’t judge a book by only 4 pages“. I owe Magni an apology for holding a grudge against him because of 4 stinkin pages (and one email) in a book. “Andrea, I’m sorry.”I finally picked up Magni’s book (again) last week. Actually I did a search for “Live Bindings” of my digital Delphi books which lead me to pick up Magni’s book of the shelf. I opened up to Chapter 4, Discovering Lists and Advanced Components to a huge surprise. The printed copy of my book went from page 104 to page 157. Pages 105 through 156 are missing.I contacted Packt Publishing to let them know of the misprint. All is good, a new printed copy is on the way.At this point I was committed and had to fall back on reading the PDF version of Magni’s book. I recently had cataract surgery on both eyes so I was very hesitant. Reading PDF books and manuals always leads to eyestrain at best or headaches at worst. That’s when I discovered you can customize the background and font colors of a PDF document. See my post “Tip of the Day – How to change the text color of a PDF document” for instructions on how to do this.I’m only part way through Chapter 4: Discovering Lists and Advanced Components and so far, Magni had done a fairly descent job. I have downloaded the source code for this book. I find it very helpful to have Delphi up and running along side reading the customized PDF. I open the example projects and play along with the reading to get a better understanding. Magni has done a a great job organizing the source code for this book. There is a separate chapter containing projects for each chapter. Each project within a given chapter has it’s own folder. It is very well organized. The folders seem to be named intuitively. However, I find it very helpful to rename each folder and preface each folder name with the page number. That way I can quickly associate which project goes with with page or section of the book. As a plus, any un-numbered folders means I haven’t opened that project and most likely haven’t read that section of the book in detail.I’m not sure when or if I will get finished with Magni’s book. I’m just glad I overcame my stubbornness and opened his book back up again. I do know I have a need to and look forward to learning the following:Chapter 4 Discovering Lists and Advanced Components ListBox ListViews Treeviews GridsChapter 5 Using FireDAC in FMX ApplicationsChapter 6 Implementing Data BindingChapter 7 Understanding FMX Style ConceptChapter 8 Divide and Conquer with TFrameStand (Maybe)Bottom Line: Buy this book. Skip pages 34-38 (print), 31-35 (pdf).Semper Fi,Gunny Mikezilchworks.com

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Tip of the Day – How to change the text color of a PDF document.

  

I was reading Andrea Magni’s book Delphi GUI Programming with FireMonkey and realized I am missing pages 105-156. Packt Publishing is having a new print copied sent to me. Anyway, the PDF copy of the book is 100% complete.I’ve always dreaded having to read PDF books for two reasons:I don’t like the way the pages jump from one page to anotherThe standard black text on a white background hurts my eyes and makes them tired.I recently discovered two things you can change about PDF books (documents) that have made a huge difference for me. One is smooth scrolling. I thought that all pdf’s jumped from the bottom of the page to the top of the next page. Not true. This is a setting. The second thing I discovered is the ability to change the color of the text within a pdf document. The standard black text on white background rally hurts my eyes. By changing the background and text color it is much more enjoyable to read.This video shows you how to set smooth scrolling and change the text and background colors within a PDF document. Enjoy,Gunny Mike

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Developer Sunac China plans to sell $ 580million shares to repay loans

  

The logo of Sunac China Holdings Ltd is seen at an exhibition in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China on May 25, 2015. Photo taken on May 25, 2015. China Daily / via REUTERS

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HONG KONG, Jan. 13 (Reuters) – Chinese real estate developer Sunac China Holdings Ltd (1918.HK) announced on Thursday that it plans to raise 4.52 billion Hong Kong dollars ($ 580.09 million) from a sale of shares for loan repayment and general corporate purposes.
The Hong Kong-listed developer plans to sell 452 million new shares, or 8.3% of the enlarged share capital, to controlling shareholder Sunac International Investment Holdings, he said in a filing on the Hong Stock Exchange. Kong.
The new shares will be issued at HK $ 10 each, which is a 15.3% discount from Wednesday’s closing price of HK $ 11.80 each.

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Sunac shares fell 22% in afternoon trading to HK $ 9.2, compared to a 0.2% drop in the broad market (.HSI)
A source close to Sunac told Reuters that the company no longer intends in the short term to place its stock or shares in the Sunac Services unit (1516.HK) to raise capital, adding that it has sufficient funds to meet short-term debt payment obligations. term and for the development of the project.
Sunac China did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Sunac last issued new shares and sold a stake in Sunac Services in November to raise a total of $ 948 million.
Sunac Services told investors on Tuesday that it also had no stock placement plan or new related party transactions and would resume share buybacks, according to a brokerage report. Jefferies.
In the last share placement, the controlling shareholder will buy the new shares after having sold the same number of existing shares at the same price to third-party investors.
Morgan Stanley & Co. International plc is the placement agent.
($ 1 = 7.7919 Hong Kong dollars)

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Software Development Tools Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States, – the Software Development Tools Market contains explicit information related to development rate, market estimates, drivers, restraints, future demand and sales during the forecast period. The Software Development Tools market is comprised of data that is collected from many primary as well as secondary sources. This information has been verified and […] … Read More

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