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Project name : Make Ready TV
Developed for : Make Ready TV
Developed by : Mr. Amjad (Senior developer )
Type : Indirect Client ( Outsourcing )
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On the off chance that the web goes down for quite a while, Firebase will become inaccessible and the application will quit working and won't take any new requests, which implies business misfortune for Frshly and loss of brand. Likewise, the food things put away in the candy machines have a timeframe of realistic usability.
Clearly, the group's main goal became to make the tablet application available in disconnected mode for the time web is down or got hindered in middle of a request. For that, we expected to arrangement nearby data set. When the web is ready for action, to send request information to Firebase and sync it with Frshly worker. This implied total rebuilding of application rules and composing and altering numerous lines of code.
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