APIs are everywhere. They help us integrate third-party features, connect enterprise systems, and exchange data between apps. Learning how to build an API turns regular developers into digital superheroes. Here’s our guide to unlocking your superpower.
When Elon Musk founded SpaceX with a dream to colonize Mars, few believed that in ten years the company would disrupt the whole industry. His approach to building rockets is called iterative development (and it can help you make better software).
We have invested plenty of time researching and deciding which tools to include in our DevOps tool package. Our decisions are based on almost ten years of experience in the IT industry and we are ready to share the list of best devops tools with you.
From looking up directions on Google Maps to hailing a taxi via Uber, geolocation apps have become a backbone for many thriving businesses. But can you develop an app that would enjoy similar success?
Previously, we’ve discussed the benefits of automated testing. Now it’s time to bring them to life with a solid test automation strategy. Today you’ll learn how to start, which tests to automate, how to choose the perfect tools and avoid the common pitfalls while running and maintaining your automation scripts.
Continuing our series of articles on backend testing, we’re diving deep into API testing to discover how it can increase the quality of an app without significantly raising QA costs.
With complex databases and large amounts of data, Backend Testing becomes a vital step towards high-quality software. While companies spend a lot of effort making sure everything works smoothly from the user point of view, they often forget that backend testing is just as important.
Choosing a core technology is one of the most important decisions that every CEO and CTO have to make. It determines how fast a mobile app can be shipped to market, what is the total cost and how painful maintenance will be.
A few years ago, the choice between native and hybrid apps seemed obvious. Native iOS/Android provided the best quality while Ionic, Cordova and PhoneGap offered a decent low-cost alternative. But now the hybrid approach has a new contender.
WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communication) is an awesome new tech for video/audio chat directly inside your browser or mobile app. The best of its kind. But like many new technologies, it has some nasty pitfalls even for the experienced developers.
There’s one thing that stops single-page applications from dominating all other kinds of applications. They can take forever to launch. This is a huge problem as even one second of delay can cost you 7% of conversions.