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Mobile devices account for a massive 50% of worldwide online traffic. That leaves the remaining half to be taken up by desktop and tablet browsing. These numbers highlight the notion that online applications should typically be aiming for a multi-platform release, from day one!

Users, customers and staff demand the…


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As humans, we love to plan, it helps to build our confidence in an upcoming project implementation. It helps minimise resource wastage and reduce the chance of poor product design. But the needs and wants of our product audiences are notoriously hard to predict. …


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It’s fairly common knowledge that web and mobile technology is currently advancing faster than at any other time in history. When done right, businesses can embrace these advancements to develop in-house apps that open up additional income streams, or help them to innovate ahead of the competition.

Yet the costs…


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Getting the most value out of your investment dollars is typically at the forefront of any investor’s mind. Application development is a complex and unpredictable process, so having your investment funds depleted due to unexpected complications is unfortunately commonplace.

As always, it’s important to do your research before committing to…


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High demand for apps and software has seen a corresponding increase in the cost of hiring developers. Often, this cost reaches beyond the budget of many businesses. However, no-code and low-code development platforms allow for a drag-and-drop style of application development, which bypasses the need for developers. …


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Apps have made a significant improvement to the way we live our day-to-day lives. We can start a conversation with our friends on the other side of the world in a matter of seconds, or quickly find the route home from work with the least traffic each night.

The ideas…


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Apps can be built in many different ways. Your project requirements will ideally dictate which development approach is the right one for you to take. But, being able to align your requirements to an approach is a difficult task, even for those in the industry.

Knowing the different application development…


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Till recently, there has been a clear distinction between web applications and mobile apps. A web application is accessed via a web browser, either on a desktop, tablet or mobile device. Mobile apps, on the other hand, are installed via the App Store or Google Play. …


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The once in a century situation that we see ourselves in leads to great uncertainty for everyone. The stress of not knowing what our employment status might be in three months’ time, let alone six, can have a significant impact on our happiness and well being.

It’s times like these…


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Heard of Cloud-Native Applications (aka Cloud Apps)? This has been a buzz word for a few years now — since Matt Stine’s 2013 Pivotal talk, in fact. Think of them as the next generation of web or mobile applications.

In this article, I’m going to talk about what makes Cloud…

Daniel Boterhoven

PWA & Hybrid App Developer | Founder @ Denim.Dev — Greater Value / Less Code

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