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Hybrid Mobile App Development: Getting a Native Experience

hybrid apps

There’s already an article in our blog that describes the basics of mobile application development process. Reading it you’ll learn how to distinguish native apps from mobile web applications, what are their strong and weak sides, and what programming languages you can use. It may seem like the only available option is balancing between these …

8 Questions To Ask Yourself To Define Your Mobile Strategy For 2016

mobile app development strategy

There are 3 billion people online today and 2 billion people have a smartphone. Experts say, there will be two to three time more smartphones than desktop computors by 2020. So, no wonder many enterpreneurs and startups turn to mobile apps in pursuit to create a market-winning product. Before investing your time and money into …

Mobile Application Development Process From A to Z

mobile application development process

It’s commonly acknowledged that one of the main trends in the world of consumer electronics in the recent years is the course to minimization and mobility. Big and clumsy desktop PC’s are mostly the part of the history nowadays. Probably the only reason for a user to have one of those at their homes is …

Interview with the Chief Operating Officer of Delivery Department: ‘Agile Is A PR Stunt’. Part I

head of outsourcing

The head of outsourcing department is always aware of all incoming inquiries on web development. His competence includes tasking, key specialists supervision, and also allocation and planning of resources. The head of outsourcing department always keeps abreast of the developments and coordinates execution of contractual obligations on the project. Therefore we decided to talk to Vitaly Hornik – the Chief Operating …

Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). Spiral Model

software development life cycle spiral model

Spiral Model is not so well-known as other SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle) models such as Scrum or Kanban, for example. And here’s the reason. Spiral Model can be pretty costly to use and doesn’t work well for small projects. It’s a risk-driven model which means that the overall success of a project highly depends on …