For business, software data is the most valuable asset. Without the ability to properly visualize and manipulate the data, it has zero value as it prevents users from making informed decisions. I decided to show where data table design steps into the breach and how it helps to fix this.
The whole startup world has become inspired by the idea of building Minimum Viable Products (MVPs) after Eric Ries popularised it back in 2008. It has become a trendy word in the tech world gradually turning into a misleading concept.
APIs are the unsung heroes of the digital age. By connecting various apps, services, and data they allow us to create sought-for products. For many companies, API is an asset that drives their revenue and efficiency. Want to join their ranks? Here’s your guide to API development.
If a company needs continuous access to classy DevOps skills, it can either keep an in-house team or outsource the project to a trustworthy partner. We will explain when and why DevOps outsourcing is better and how your business can make a good thing out of it.
Agile teams value flexibility and validated learning. They build products in quick iterations and make frequent changes. This means deadlines are often irrelevant and long-term planning is treated as obsolete. But can you really succeed without a product roadmap?
Mobile app or mobile web? Progressive web apps take the strong points of both to create a unique user experience. A number of world known companies have already launched progressive web apps and here is what they got.
The current growth dynamics and investments in SaaS are remarkable (SaaS industry is now worth $116 billion worldwide). It is a promising and competitive business. If you already have a great SaaS idea, these trends will definitely help you stand out from the big boys in SaaS world.
MVPs are often the beginning for many startups. In this article, we will find out the exact business wins you may get by utilizing a Minimum Viable Product approach for your software idea.
High-speed innovation allowed startups like Amazon, Google, and Netflix to dominate markets. Yet at some point, they all faced issues familiar to established companies. Slow, risky releases and a rift between development (dev) and operations (ops) pushed them to adopt a radical DevOps strategy.
When you’ve just released your digital product, under the theme of customer focus you’re trying to capture whoever comes through the front door. We know it may sound crazy, but to better serve your customers you need to find the “right” ones, and reject others.
Oftentimes, project teams are made up of a mess of goals, deadlines, and emotions, but only well-structured teams can turn this into a force that drives your software product and makes it stronger.
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).