Development can be expensive but still be good value to your business or be cheap but still not worth it. The trick is to have a sensible budget in mind, one that is right for your business, so that when your quotes come in you have something to compare it against and make the right decision.
Learning to develop software can be a rewarding hobby or career, but with so many languages and options for how to learn available it can feel like making the right decision on where to start for a complete beginner is almost impossible. In this post we introduce some of the concepts and early decisions you can make that we will build on in later posts.
We recently wrote about web applications versus native mobile apps and some of the pros and cons to think about before embarking on designing one over the other. Well there is a third option available that is new(ish) and gaining a lot of traction. 2018 may be the year to consider developing your application as a Progressive Web App.
This could be a very short blog, in our experience everyone wants a fixed price contract for the development work they need doing. Is it always the right choice though?
Following on from part 1, where we concluded that developing a Mobile App shouldn’t be an automatic decision, we move on to looking at some of the pros and cons of developing Mobile Apps versus a Responsive Web Application.