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- We are experts in multiplatform and native app development rated № 1on Elance.
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- mobile apps & devices, app development, marketing, internet, iOS, Android, technologies
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Posted 29th January 2015 at 09:08 AM by MobiDev Comments 0
Most of the time it's design and user experience that receive most of the attention when it comes to mobile apps. Cool designs, trend of flatness, content-is-king, and all similar things overshadow the architecture-related issues, which are nonetheless crucial for the end result.
App architecture is a high-level structure of the whole software system...
Posted 27th January 2015 at 09:07 AM by MobiDev Comments 0
Based on a report by MobiDev CEO Oleg Lola at Founder Institute.
Nobody wins success without a strong team. To say a bit more precise, no startup wins success without a great development team. Nothing happens without proper structuring, selecting, and building interactions. Since about a half of our clients are startups, we know the specificity of this work. We know how to build right interactions...
Posted 23rd January 2015 at 09:13 AM by MobiDev Comments 0
There are persistent myths about app development that just don't seem to go away. These 11 myths have been hindering appreneurs' success for quite a time. Let's refresh and bust them all.
Myth #1. Idea is everything.
Some people are overprotective about their app ideas, which results in someone else with the same idea taking that place on the market. It happens...
Posted 21st January 2015 at 08:33 AM by MobiDev Comments 0
What are the most common myths and misconceptions about user experience on the web? The famous UX Myths website gives 33 of them. While it's directed mainly at designers, we believe that every software owner should take notice of them.
Myth #1: People read on the web.
Their eyes scan web pages for relevant keywords, headings, lists, shorter paragraphs – no small talk and long blocks...
Posted 19th January 2015 at 07:18 AM by MobiDev Comments 0
Creating one app that works on all platforms is quite a tempting endeavour. Adjust it to every platform you plan to cover, and to all devices you want to cover, which takes much less time than going native anyway, and there you have it! Right? Not really.
If the cross-platform was that much universal, native development would have gone out of business. Yet software...
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