11 steps: How to Create a Successful Mobile App? | Chapter 3
The 3rd chapter of our mini-series is here (you can read the 1st and 2nd ones here and here accordingly). Today, we’ll focus on the actual development and further launch of a developed product. As it’s a rather broad topic, I’ll try to keep it condensed and...
Setting up NestJS with Firebase Functions
What if we could deploy a backend application in just a few steps, without going through the overly complicated configuration process? Imagine doing so without worrying if it can keep up with incoming traffic and get all these domain certificates already on board. This is actually possible with Firebase Functions...
Story point vs hours
When it comes to task estimation, there are basically two ways to go – the classic one being time effort expressed in hours, and the newest being story points. Both approaches have their advocates and critics, but what are their main advantages and disadvantages? In this article, I will try to...
11 steps: How to Create a Successful Mobile App? | Chapter 2
2nd chapter of our series dedicated to the topic of making an application. This one will focus on the design and how to tackle its creation in such a way that could save you both time and money.
11 steps: How to Create a Successful Mobile App? | Chapter 1
Everyone is making an app nowadays. Today’s article is going to kick-off a series in which I’m going to describe what is needed when you have an idea you’d like to turn into reality.
Progressive Web Apps – Pros, Cons, Cost and Popular Technologies used for development
Slow-loading mobile webpages are the hobgoblin of low traffic. Customers have the least tolerance for mobile websites that take ages to load. As per a recent analysis, 53% of the mobile site visitors leave a page that takes more than three seconds to load.
5 GIT tips that you can use with GIT branches
At the core of our work with GIT are branches. But do you know all their features? This article will show you some functions that you should know to use the full potential of GIT.
Escape room fun... instead of a job interview?
Job portals, LinkedIn and recruitment interviews are slowly becoming a thing of the past. Their place is taken by more unconventional activities. Software Brothers and HexIT’s joint project is a novel recruitment tool – Europe's first and only escape room for programmers.
How to define Values and write a Vision Statement for Your Startup?
I wanted to change the way we work in order to keep providing top solutions. Instead of replacing people and spending thousands of dollars on recruitment or new equipment I decided to focus on the soft side of the existing team and find a real organization’s spirit together.