Mobile devices have revolutionized the way we interact with the world around us.
We want apps to run well, we want them to use the device’s hardware to their advantage, and we want them to be made efficiently.
Let’s take a look at the practice of creating apps that are compatible with multiple platforms, also known as cross-platform mobile development.
We’ll show you:
- how you can use it to achieve native-level performance on any device,
- what tools and frameworks are available,
- how cross-platform development can help you optimize your mobile app timeline and budget.
Sometimes, there is overwhelming evidence in favor of one over the other thanks to its exceptional benefits. At other times, however, the choice is not so clear-cut.
React vs. Angular decidedly falls under the second category.
In this article, we won’t set out to pick a winner; our goal is to introduce the main benefits and uses of both React and Angular so that you can make an informed decision about which one is more suitable for your project.
Thinking of taking the plunge and getting your hands dirty with Python? Perhaps you’re already familiar with the language, but want to dig deeper to find out just how far this rabbit hole goes.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re looking for basic tutorials or news on all the latest developments, you’ll need some quality sources to keep you posted on all things Python.
To make things extra easy for you, we’ve compiled a list of 10 reliable Python blogs—it’s as good a place to start as any!
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Have you just signed a contract with a software development company, or are you considering signing one?
Outsourcing might seem like a big leap into the unknown. How do you ensure that the software house understands your requirements? When will they start coding? If you have your own in-house developers, how do you make sure their collaboration with the new colleagues is smooth and productive?
Client onboarding is the time to have all your questions answered.