New technologies appear every day, and we try to stay in step with this tendency. But we don’t jump blindly to every new fashion, because this way we can spend a lot of effort for nothing. For commercial development, it is always better to wait a little bit and make sure that the transition to a new technology will really pay off.
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Application Development Tools-From Desktop to Mobile
Many of the tools and programming languages used for developing web applications and desktop applications can be used for mobile platforms as well.
Because mobile platforms use some of the more popular programming languages today, chances are you already have some experience with them. For example, you may already be well versed with HTML 5 and Java, so getting an Android Application up and working will be no problem for you, even if you need to start the coding from scratch.Read More
Application development has been in the spotlight for several years now, with developers creating amazing desktop, web and mobile applications at a rapid pace. There are advantages and disadvantages to each category of application, but it is clear mobile applications and web-based apps have begun to take center stage, as users prefer options that can be accessed from anywhere.Read More
The Holiday season has finished, and we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did.
We are excited to get back to our work. These winter holidays gave us a great enegry boost, and we are eager to utilize it in projects we are working on. Besides, we are open to new challenging tasks and opportunities! And of course, we are happy to share the knowledge and experience we gained by sharing useful content with you.Read More