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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.

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How DevOps and Agile Promote Speed to Market

In today’s fast-paced world, getting your latest app or website out to market quickly is crucial for business. Traditional software development practices, with long planning cycles and slow time-to-market approaches, can directly impact the bottom line or hurt adoption in the long run. Employing DevOps and Agile practices on your development team, or working with a partner who does, can get your new technology in front of customers faster than other methodologies.

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Native vs. Cross-Platform Mobile App Development

Are cross-platform mobile app development tools worth the hype over native development? It’s true that developing apps natively lets you work with a high level of craftsmanship and community support. However, for most common app requirements, you can use platforms like Xamarin, React Native, and NativeScript to build apps cross-platform with only minimal loss of user experience (UX) while saving time and cutting costs.

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ADA Website Compliance – A Brief Overview

You might have been hearing a lot of chatter about ADA compliance over the past year. If you’ve been left wondering what it all means for your business and website, we have you covered! Let’s take a closer look at what the ADA is, what compliance looks like, and how you can move your website in the right direction.

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Website ADA Compliance Checklist

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a comprehensive piece of legislation that ensures equal access to products and services to all individuals regardless of impairment. Did you know that the ADA rules also apply to your website?

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On-Premise vs. Cloud EDI Integration Tools

Are you looking into creating new EDI integrations or upgrading your current EDI platform? One of the first decisions you’ll have to make is whether to use an on-premise or a cloud integration platform. Whether this is a new decision for you and your business or you’re already using an on-premise, server setup and think you might want to modernize your integrations to the cloud, we’re breaking down the pros and cons of each option, so you can make an informed choice for your organization.

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A Quick Summary of GDPR Compliance Requirements

There’s been a lot of chatter surrounding the European Union’s new GDPR law. If you’ve been left wondering what this new law means and if it even applies to your business, we’re here to help shed light on the subject. While technically the GDPR went into effect at the end of May 2018, an estimated 50% of affected US companies weren’t fully compliant by the start date, so there’s still work to be done.

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What’s New in the Sitefinity 11.0 Upgrade?

At the end of May 2018, Sitefinity released an upgrade to their CMS platform—Sitefinity 11.0. This latest version features a host of new features both for marketers and developers using the platform. As users start to make the shift towards Sitefinity 11.0, we’re breaking down the biggest new features, so you’ll know what to expect when you switch.

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Why You Should Choose Sitefinity as Your CMS

Is your company looking to add a .NET-based content management system (CMS) to your website? CMS platforms allow your marketing team to easily add, change, and maintain content on your website. Here at Aptera, we have found Sitefinity to be a strong CMS platform for a variety of types and sizes of businesses. If Sitefinity is a CMS you’re considering, let’s take a closer look at their package options and features as well as the hosting and the knowledge base your team will need to get started.

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React Native vs. NativeScript: A Cross-Platform Viability Analysis

The debate over whether NativeScript or React Native is the better mobile cross-platform tool is always a spirited one. Both support much of the native iOS and Android APIs and allow for the import of popular and effective JavaScript libraries like moment.js and underscore. Both allow code reuse between web and mobile through their frameworks (React and Angular).

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