The client, a musculoskeletal solution company in North America, sought to upgrade their mobile devices and technology platform to enhance inventory and shipment processes. They aimed to ensure smooth operations and mitigate issues related to device support and phase-out.
Znifa's solution involved developing a new application using AngularJS framework to migrate the existing Inventory and Shipping Device. The application integrated with KeyCloak for authentication and leveraged Angular JS for screen development, reducing development effort and easing maintenance. Additionally, Microsoft-based webservices were migrated to Java, and token-based authentication was implemented for webservice calls. The solution also included common search and printer configuration functionalities, as well as Android and iOS apps using PhoneGap for both Zebra and iOS devices. RFID scanner integration and iOS mapping were incorporated as well.
The project involved a team of 3 members who worked on technologies such as Angular JS, jQuery, Ajax, HTML5, CSS3, Webservices, Enterprise Architect, Jira, SpiraTest, Bitbucket, PhoneGap, Eclipse IDE, and Oracle. Their expertise ensured the successful migration and development of the new application.
Migrating from the existing Inventory and Shipping Devices to new mobile devices and technologies.
Integrating with KeyCloak for authentication and ensuring data security.
Transitioning Microsoft-based web services to Java for improved compatibility and performance.
Splitting webservices from the current EAR and creating a lightweight EAR for optimized functionality.
Configuring RFID scanner integration and iOS mapping for seamless operations on Zebra and iOS devices.
Znifa developed a new application using AngularJS framework, integrating with KeyCloak for authentication. The screens were built using Angular JS, reducing development effort and enabling easier maintenance. Microsoft-based webservices were migrated to Java, and token-based authentication was implemented for secure webservice calls. Additionally, common search and printer configuration functionalities were implemented. Android and iOS apps were developed using PhoneGap, and RFID scanner integration and iOS mapping were configured for Zebra and iOS devices respectively.
Seamless migration to new mobile devices improved inventory management and shipment operations.
Overall, the solution resulted in a 15% increase in productivity and operational efficiency.