Cascading dropdown with BD Geo Location || MatBlazor Dropdown

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Cascading dropdown with BD Geo Location || MatBlazor Dropdown

Cascading dropdown with BD Geo Location || MatBlazor Dropdown

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What is the difference between location.replace, location.assign and location.href ?

After going through this tutorial you will also learn how to redirect from a webpage without entry in document history.

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Gps Location Based App Development

In the search for trends, more and more geo-dependent mobile applications have been appearing on the market. Some of them cannot work without locating the user, while others are taking advantage of the geolocation feature to make their services more accessible. Navigators, guides, social networks with geotagged photos, fitness applications with route tracking belong to so-called Location-Based Services.

DataIT Solutions development expertise helps you get the most accurate GPS location-based solutions with highly-reliable GPS tracking modules including driving estimations, dynamic condition filtering, yielding the best consumer experience.

Location-Based App Development Helps In:

  • Identifying the position of a person or an object
  • Measurement of distance between two objects
  • Building optimum routes from one point to another

A location-based app needs an interactive UI along with strong backend server functionalities such as:

  • GPS coordinates of the location
  • Receiving the current location of the user
  • Serving the nearby locations
  • Directions for driving or walking
  • Map integration

We build innovative mobile apps that are instantly deployable for navigation & search, weather, field services, asset-tracking, proximity-based marketing, geofencing services, and more. Our beacon-compatible mobile applications deliver engaging UX for indoor-outdoor locations while enhancing existing business processes, productivity, and revenues.

Location-based apps are a great mobile development segment. It is still possible to come up with an innovative idea and become a giant in this enterprise.

Hire a Dedicated Development Team to develop your location-based apps and set your business apart from your competition.

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Laravel 7 Ajax Dynamic Dependent Dropdown

In this tutorial i will share with you how to create dependent dropdown using ajax in laravel. Or how to create selected subcategories dropdown based on selected category dropdown using jQuery ajax in laravel apps.

As well as learn, how to retrieve data from database on onchange select category dropdown using jQuery ajax in drop down list in laravel.

Laravel Ajax Dynamic Dependent Dropdown Tutorial

Follow the below steps and implement dependent dropdown using jQuery ajax in laravel app:

  1. Step 1: Install Laravel New App
  2. Step 2: Add Database Details
  3. Step 3: Create Model and Migration
  4. Step 4: Add Routes
  5. Step 5: Create Controllers By Artisan
  6. Step 6: Create Blade Views
  7. Step 7: Run Development Server

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Google Location Tracking Lambasted in Arizona Lawsuit

The lawsuit, filed against Google by Arizona’s Attorney General, alleges that the tech giant uses “deceptive and unfair conduct” to obtain users’ location data.

Google has been hit by a lawsuit alleging that it violates user privacy by collecting location data via various means – and claiming that Google makes it nearly “impossible” for users to opt out of such data tracking.

The lawsuit, filed by Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, alleges that Google uses “deceptive and unfair conduct” to obtain Android users’ location data via various applications, services and technologies, which is then used for advertising purposes. The alleged data collection would violate the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act, a set of laws that give protections to consumers in various transactions related to the sale or advertisement of merchandise.

“Google has engaged in these deceptive and unfair acts and practices with the purpose of enhancing its ability to collect and profit from user-location information,” according to the 50-page complaint, which was filed Wednesday in the Maricopa County Superior Court. “And profited it has, to the tune of over $134 billion in advertising revenue in 2019 alone. On information and belief, hundreds of millions of dollars of these advertising revenues were generated from ads presented to millions of users in the State of Arizona.”

Public consternation around Google’s data-collection policies was first set off by a 2018 Associated Press report, which claimed that Google services that are prevalent on both Android and iOS phones all store location data. The report alleged that Google would track users’ data even when they opt out of Google’s Location History feature, which collects data in order to personalize Google Maps.

This most recent lawsuit claims that Google’s alleged deceptive tactics extend beyond the issues with Location History highlighted by AP’s report. The redacted, public complaint claims that Google uses other means to bring in location data – including via Wi-Fi scanning and connectivity, diagnostic data and information from Google apps in “recent versions of Android.” This makes it impractical – and even impossible – for users to opt out of location tracking, the lawsuit alleges.

“Given the lucrative nature of Google’s advertising business, the company goes to great lengths to collect users’ location, including through presenting users with a misleading mess of settings, some of which seemingly have nothing to do with the collection of location information,” said the lawsuit.

According to Brnovich, these claims are based on both testimony from Google employees “given under oath” and from internal documents that were obtained from Google over the course of a nearly two-year investigation.

Google, for its part, argued against the claims and told Threatpost that it looks forward “to setting the record straight.”

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