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Read through our resource hub to find articles on a variety of topics including tips on successfully delivering software projects and blending business and IT, insight into the processes we follow for development, and even information about the technologies we use.
Ready to start a new web application project and unsure of which technology to use to build it? Two popular options are React (or ReactJS) and Angular. To get a closer look at the strengths of each of these technologies we recently sat down with an Aptera developer who works in each of these every day.
As mobile becomes increasingly important for business, you might be planning on building a new application for a mobile audience. Before you start development, you’ll have an important decision to make—will you build your app as a progressive web application (PWA) or a traditional mobile app?
It can be tricky to keep track of the versions of the .NET Framework and the newer .NET Core. Microsoft has declared that .NET Core is the future of the product with its newest upgrade being called simply, .NET 5. To help you make sense of all of this branding and to provide insight on where .NET Core is going, we sat down with Technical Strategist Eric Potter.
Most businesses fund initiatives on an annual basis and then use large projects to allocate those funds. A project is funded until completion and then a new project is started and so on. But what if your software development uses a more agile approach? This traditional sense of funding a project based on a set amount of scope, might not make the most fiscal sense anymore. Rather than funding a project at a time, a better approach to budgeting for agile development is to think of software initiatives as value streams.
If you’re looking to increase the value of your software development or you need extra hands to lighten the load on your in-house team, outsourcing some of your work to an outside team can be a great solution. In an effort to reduce costs, many companies look directly to outsource with an offshore or nearshore development firm. However, often these partnerships don’t save you money in the long run, and sometimes you can find smaller onshore partners for a similar price.
There are a lot of misconceptions around the concept of minimum viable product (MVP) in software development. A common one we hear is the concern that using an MVP means that you’ll deliver software that is in some way incomplete. This might be caused by people focusing too much on the term “minimum” and not enough on “viable.”
Are you wondering if a headless content management system (CMS) would be a good fit for your business’ website? Use of a headless architecture has been growing in popularity over the last few years and there are real benefits that could be gained by setting your website (or app) up in this manner.
As Microsoft begins to deprecate the .NET Framework and move their innovation to .NET Core, it might be the right time for your business to upgrade your applications to .NET Core. If you’ve found the right time to begin your migration to .NET Core, we’re sharing 8 factors to prepare for before you begin your migration to help it go more smoothly.
Budgets for agile software development initiatives can be hard to pin down. When starting a new software project, more is unknown than known, but having an accurate budget is very important for the business. This puts a lot of pressure on the Product Owner to get the budget right. No one wants to have to go back to their stakeholders and ask for more money later on.