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Multi-select controls are one of the hardest to nail down on mobile. Get this user interaction right on your next app by learning commonly used UX solutions.
Why is app development so expensive? Learn how much it cost to develop an app and what contributes to it. You’ll also learn ways you can use to cut down on those costs.
Chances are that if you ever asked this question you got a pretty vague answer. Many factors impact the time it takes to create an app. Learn what they are and find out how to estimate your next app’s timeline.
Outsourcing software development is a common practice which doesn’t have to limit your company. If managed right it can be a competitive advantage that springs your business forward. Learn about four companies that leveraged outsourcing to make a fortune.
Managing a software project can be a daunting task. Even more so for outsourced projects. So what can you do to ensure your next outsourcing project does not fail?
When a project fails, it can jeopardize a company’s entire future. The biggest tragedy about software projects failing is that they are avoidable. So what are the most common factors when they fail? How can we plan to mitigate these risks and avoid our projects failing?
You’ve reached out to a few different vendors. Based on your statement of work and requirements, they’ve submitted their proposals. How do you go about evaluating the different vendors and picking a winner?
The benefits of outsourcing can range from dramatic cost savings to allowing companies to focus on core competencies. What are the differences between offshore and onshore outsourcing? Which type is best for your company?
Are you captivated by the possibility of what outsourcing could do for your organization? But you still on the fence whether it’s a good idea? Find out what you can expect from an outsourcing project and learn 10 common reasons why companies outsource.
Do you need to create a database for your organization? It’s difficult to decide what approach to take. The growth of the Internet and rise of web applications has lead to a plethora of different options, which leads to a lot of confusion. Should you create your own database in-house? Or look for an existing tool that addresses most of your needs?
As a software development company, we have a policy of maintaining the code we’ve built. We feel it’s our responsibility to provide this to our clients. On the other hand, maintaining code we didn’t build and living with consequences of those decisions we had no hand in making is very painful.