Didapptic.com reaches a new milestone

Recently, we deployed another milestone of didapptic.com, the platform for evaluating mobile apps for teaching. So far, didapptic enables users to add apps to the database and give them a rating from a teaching point of view and edit or delete them. Didapptic fetches app data, such as descriptions and screenshots, from the iTunes/Google Play … read more …

RecommendationAssistant is on the Nextcloud App Store now

Earlier this year, I announced my Master’s Thesis in Recommendation Systems and Nextcloud, an open source file sync and share software. Since then, things have changed a little bit. RecommendationAssistant was designed to work with two recommendation techniques: Collaborative Filtering and Content-Based Recommendation. Unfortunately, the second technique worked not as good as expected. Office files, … read more …

Kotlin Cheat Sheet

For a project I was involved in at short notice, I had to become familiar with the Kotlin programming language. Before starting to code, I wanted to get familiar with the syntax and the language itself. As writing on a paper is the best way to learn (for me), I created the following Cheat sheet. Enjoy! … read more …

Role Based Access Control and Big O

Didapptic.com is a research based web application that measures Android and iOS Apps from a didactic point of view. Actually, we work on a new release in order to provide a fresh layout and smarter handling of app data. Among other things, the new release introduces also a new user management handling which allows and/or permits … read more …

Comparing Objects with PHP

Yesterday, I was working on PHPAlgorithms (again). When trying to implement Graphs (Directed and Undirected), I found out that a node could not be found in the graph although I was sure it was there. After a lot of debugging and reverse engineering, I found out that: the adjacency list, which contains all adjacent nodes … read more …

PHPAlgorithms is there

Frankfurt, May 2018 – Today, the first BETA version of PHPAlgorithms is launched! The repository is available via GitHub and Packagist. Originally launched as a research project, PHPAlgorithms provides currently a basic set of data structures. The repository has been designed to provide simple usage of common data structures such as lists, maps and trees. … read more …