Having decades of successful experience in custom software development, we are sharing here our expertise, outlining industry and technology trends as well as benchmarking them.
Frameworks can considerably simplify the development process. In this article, we’ve covered 5 PHP frameworks that are most commonly used by web app developers in 2020.
Enterprise application development in today’s competitive business environment is practically a must. Check out this article and discover why Java is the best fit for enterprise development.
Choosing a technology stack is the first essential step you need to take before developing any application. Find out how to choose a tech stack effectively.
When starting a new software development project there is always a question, which programming language to choose? Our recent article will help you to make the right choice.
The most significant benefit of the Java language is that it is open-source and has a big and strong community of developers. Thus, many great frameworks were built on the basis of Java for the development of web applications, network applications, ORM, etc. Let’s have a look at the most popular Java frameworks that are widely used in 2020.
The usage of low-code/no-code platforms is rapidly increasing, according to Gartner forecasts, 65% of the apps developed by 2024 will fall for the share of low-code platforms. Read how low-code/no-code technology is changing the world of app development.
According to Wikipedia, there are almost 700 programming languages in the world and most likely you have never heard about some of them. As a custom software development company with a rich stack of technologies and 20+ years of experience, we know which one to choose for delivering the best possible solution. In this blog post, we want to highlight the top programming languages to use in 2020.
Guess the language: easy-to-learn, concise and has the official status “ready for Android development”? Apparently, we’re talking about Kotlin. But let’s have a more precise look on it. Is Kotlin easier than Java?