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.
There are several software development methodologies to choose from depending on the project goals, requirements, size, timeline, team members involved, project management tools used, etc. In this article, we will cover the most popular approaches for web app development.
Most businesses that sell goods or services online should integrate a payment gateway to make the purchasing process easier for the customers. This software solution enables the transfer of money from the customer’s account to the seller’s account within a few seconds.
Magento and Shopify are a well-known couple to compare. These are the most popular and widely used e-commerce platforms, merchants use them to create either an online shop or an online version of the existing brick and mortar store(s). Even though Shopify and Magento might seem similar, they have a range of significant differences that…
Today social networks enjoy popularity and bring money to their owners. No wonder that a lot of entrepreneurs want to repeat such a success and hit the market with their own social network.
Unfortunately, most of them fail, because they simply try to copy the existing platforms. But who needs one more Facebook, LinkedIn, or Instagram?
.Net or Java, Python or PHP, PHP or Java there is always a debate — which programming language is better and the list is endless. No matter what couple you choose, there will always be two armies of software engineers who claim the superiority of one language over the other. The truth is that there…
If you ask a developer which is better: Python or PHP, you will get into a hot debate. No wonder why, as both languages have it’s pros and cons. In this post, we will compare these two programming languages and try to figure out which one is better for the development of a web app.
Considering the fact that more than 50% of all global online traffic comes from smartphones and tablets, the importance of a good-looking website on a mobile device is inevitable. Still, it is difficult to cover all types of mobile screen resolutions and internet formats with a single solution. Luckily, such companies as Google always put user experience first, offering such open source solutions as AMPs (Accelerated Mobile Pages).
What’s in common between Twitter, Google Maps, Facebook, Google Drive, and Gmail? The answer is simple: all of them are Single Page Applications. But why had all those giants turned away from a traditional multi-page site model? Maybe SPAs claim to become the next stage in web application development? Read about it in our blog post.
Have you ever thought of creating an app-like website that looks good and works great on both desktops and mobile devices? Or maybe you want it to work in the offline mode and send push notifications? Sounds like a dream, and with the emergence of PWAs, this dream comes true!