Single page applications (SPAs) are becoming more and more popular. Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, GitHub, and numerous Google’s services are all built using the SPA tech. Yet multi page applications (MPAs) make up the majority of websites on the Internet. But are the days of MPAs over?
Single page applications (SPA) are all the rage now. Facebook and Gmail are just a few well-known examples. Everybody familiar with search engine optimization would tell you, SPA SEO is a nightmare. But you shouldn’t discard the tech as useless. Here’s why.
Meet Kotlin, the rising star of Android development. AWS, Uber, Pinterest, Netflix, and Coursera have already incorporated Kotlin into their projects, as did many others. So, why Kotlin is rising in popularity?
It’s hard to grow a business nowadays, isn’t it? There was a time when you could just create a simple website and customers would pour in like there’s no tomorrow. But times have changed.
Creating an app can be a lot of work. However, that’s not necessarily the hardest part. For many, the tough bit is learning how to market an app and make sure that people will download it and use on a daily basis.
As promised we are starting a new series devoted to MindK Tech Battles, a monthly meetup for IT professionals organized by our R&D team. And the first showdown is dedicated to mobile development, namely, the pressing debate of React Native vs native iOS/Android development.