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Startup Series - Analysing Your MVP Results

Data analysis is a critical aspect of the Minimum Viable Product development approach. It is what should steer the decisions and directions in the product development strategy. Because it is so crucial, it is very important that the mechanisms for collecting data are put in place thoroughly and appropriately.
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An Introduction to Progressive Web Apps

Progressive Web Apps or PWA takes advantage of new web technologies enabled in modern web browsers to provide users with an experience that's indistinguishable from using a native app.
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Startup Series - Marketing Your Product

The development phase is usually a difficult and seemingly endless step in getting your product to market, but once complete, your product can finally be put into the hands of your customers. Now comes another hurdle... how do we get it there.
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The Benefits Of Service Workers In Web Development

With websites, and especially web apps, it is often important to provide a level of functionality that goes beyond the simple operation of the open page. One of the newest and most effective ways to achieve this is through the use of service workers.
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Startup Series - Developing Your Minimum Viable Product

In our last article we covered a number of ways that you can design your MVP by leveraging existing products and services. You may however find that there is no existing service out there that suits your needs, and that you will need to leverage the skills of technical experts to properly implement some aspects of your product.
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Native, Web and Hybrid Apps - What's the Difference?

As internet use continually shifts toward mobile, the importance of offering a good mobile experience increases. In an effort to do so as a developer, you have the option of developing native apps, web apps, and hybrid apps. Many companies have a hard time deciding which approach to take.
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Startup Series - Designing Your Minimum Viable Product

At this point we've validated with a degree of confidence that a market exists for our idea and the market is willing to commit to the use of our product, fantastic! Now is time to get an early version of the product into the customer's hands.
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SQL and NoSQL - What's The Difference

As a programmer, you have different options when it comes to database management. As the most common database language, SQL is what you will find used in many systems. However, NoSQL can be good for certain applications.
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Startup Series - Validating The Market & Product

Validating the market and product is a crucial step in the establishment of any successful startup and when done properly can ultimately save you a lot of time and money. So, it's best to be thorough and careful in your implementation of this process and in your analysis of the outcomes.
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Boost Team Productivity With Pair Programming

Most business decision-makers are always looking for ways to improve upon the way that their team functions. With a solution like pair programming, you can improve the way that your team works while also creating a better working environment.
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Startup Series - Defining Your Idea

Every business starts with an idea. An idea will typically come from your own personal experience. Idea's come cheaply – it's the definition, planning and implementation of a profitable business model around that idea that sets you apart from the rest.
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Lead & Traffic Generation Methods - The Product Giveaway

Give away something for free? How can that possibly work as a business strategy to drive traffic? Surely it can't, can it? Not only does it work, but it is quickly becoming a marketing strategy used by thousands of corporations around the world.
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WebHooks - What They Are And How To Use Them

Recently, online activities have become very much more event-based. These events are often triggered by WebHooks and many large online companies use them. WebHooks, sometimes called an HTTP push API or a web callback, allows apps to send out real-time information to other applications. This data is delivered instantaneously as certain events are triggered that call for its delivery.
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