From the very beginning, all startups face a critically important decision of picking the right programming language. Since this may determine the success or failure of your startup, you should choose wisely.
This article will show you why you should consider Python as the programming language of choice for your startup. We’ll also give you a few examples of startups already using Python to gain a competitive edge.
Whether you're an up-and-coming developer, a seasoned player in the coding business, or a successful investor, your resources are likely stretched thin and you may be understandably concerned about the quality of your software.
Code, after all, is the beating heart of your product, whatever it may be, and as such you deserve to be sure that it is top-notch.
A fail-safe way to achieve that guarantee is code review. Here is why.
What are your plans to capitalize on the growing mobile market?
According to statista.com, by the year 2020 mobile apps are set to generate $188.9 billion USD in global revenues via app stores and in-app advertising. That’s a huge opportunity for business.
It’s high time to start utilizing the mobile market. But users have already seen dozens of apps on their smartphones. What can you show them that’s impressive, works great and seamlessly integrates with their mobile OS?
One solution at your disposal is React Native.
If you had to guess, would you be able to say how many mobile users are browsing the web today?
In the modern web, mobile is rising to dominance. According to gs.statcounter.com, more than 48% of devices browsing the Internet are mobile devices. Desktop users rank slightly lower, while tablets form up less than 10%.
What can we learn from these stats? Mobile users are crucial. You ignore them at your own peril.
AMP is one way to make sure mobile users' needs are met. If you want to stay competitive, you should learn about it.
Artificial Intelligence can compose songs, paint pictures, help in cancer therapy, drive cars and play games. It’s also starting to write code.
Does it mean that the days of human developers are already numbered?
Articles praising the usage of unit testing are a dime a dozen. A little less popular but still readily available are articles that will try to convince you that unit tests are a waste of time, at least in some cases.
Most of them (or maybe even all?) try to prove their arguments based on feelings, on the author’s own assessment of what is good and effective or bad and inefficient.
In this article, I won’t be trying to prove which side is right.
If there are any exciting new possibilities that can increase the business value of your web apps, we want you to know everything worth knowing about them. Which is why today we’re going to talk about Progressive Web Apps, or the next generation of ‘app-like’ mobile web experiences.
Read on to find out what Progressive Web Apps can do for the end user and for your business. We’ll go in-depth into the features, limitations and business advantages of PWAs - because it’s an option that should not be left unexplored.