All Case Studies Design Development Interviews Our Way Project Management
Building a mobile application doesn’t have to be an uphill job that consumes loads of time and resources. There are many different mobile-oriented solutions which facilitate development. One particular toolkit has gained popularity really quickly. It provides a strictly mobile-oriented experience and comes from one of the most respected brands in the mobile development community. It’s called Realm Mobile Platform.
Read more
Mobile analytics provide you with the information that you can leverage in taking data-driven decisions to improve engagement, promote retention and increase the revenue. Choosing the right tool for mobile analytics has an impact on your profits and future growth. The cheat sheet will help you make the right choice.
Read more
Running a business is a constant fight to increase efficiency and to simplify complex processes. Challenges pop up every day and you struggle to solve them. If only you had a proven method that would help you successfully sort out the issues.
Read more
Traveling has never been easier before. We’ve got access to the most remote places in the world thanks to the plethora of offers to choose from. Tour operators, carriers and hotels fight to win clients and as a result of massive competitiveness we get lower prices and better offers. In theory. The wide range of options might cause confusion and decrease transparency on the market.
Read more
Selecting a technology in which you will develop a web app is a challenge that every product or business owner has to face. If you make the right choice, it will give you a solid base for growth and expansion. If you choose wrong though, it may cost you an arm and a leg.
Read more
Node.js and Ruby on Rails (RoR) are two popular server-side solutions for web application development. Despite the fact that both environments can manage apps of any complexity, they are built around different concepts and architectures.
Read more
Yes, technical writing can save your software project. And if the project doesn't need saving, it will save you time, money and, in the long run, lots of effort.
Read more
Most web applications are fundamentally similar. They get input from users and then process and store it. The end result usually shows the processed input to users in the form of an output. Such applications are usually called CRUDs (create, read, update and delete). This means that the infrastructure (the core components that are working together) that is needed to support typical product can be almost the same for a majority of different kind of startups. In this article I show what are those core components and how to design the infrastructure in such a way that it is efficient, scalable (it grows along with the product) and cost-effective.
Read more
Businesses hoping to harmonise and streamline their operations often look into adopting an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, and its associated software. But nightmare stories abound, about how complex, expensive, and frustrating such installations can be.
Read more
How can we avoid the headache of having too many and too heavy features or services? Add more resources? Do some refactoring? Pile up external services? But what if users keep coming back with more requests for new features?
Read more
Newer
Need a successful project?
Estimate project or contact us