Everyone is containerizing with Docker. Thanks to this we can vastly implement new software versions, however, this post is not about the advantages of containerization. I want to focus more on Kubernetes. Continue reading DevOps POV: Behind the Kubernetes wheel
The time has come. Your great idea is about to begin to materialize in a software project. You aim high, so you have experienced team of developers, designers and testers. On the road to success, you will work with them, define your requirements, your vision. I have made a setup of top tips for Product Owners. Continue reading Business requirements done right
One of the toughest (and greatest) projects we ever worked on – case study of Topline by Abbey Road Studios developed with Flutter.
Since the newest release of iOS 10.3 and MacOS Sierra 10.12.4, app owners can finally comment on any posted user review. But what’s more important, app publishers can assign the team to a new „Customer Support” role in iTunes Connect. What exactly does it mean for your company? Continue reading How & who can respond to user reviews in iTunes Connect
Let’s face it – we make apps for users to make their life easier or let them have some fun. Money comes second, or sometimes not! You have thought about the app idea, have it designed and developed. The app is on Google Play or App Store and you get some downloads. There is one, built-in to stores ecosystem, a mechanism to interact which you need to be aware of. Continue reading Brace yourself: users will rate your app!
On 5th and 6th of October this year, you will have a unique opportunity to acquire the knowledge from the best and most experienced experts from Facebook, Pinterest, 7digital, Trello, Microsoft, Miquido, Zalando and much more! Mobiconf is the biggest mobile conference in CE and the 4th edition starts in less than three months! Continue reading Mobiconf’s 2017 agenda is live and it’s incredible!
One of the Scrum gurus – Jeff Sutherland – once said: “Greatness can’t be imposed; it has to come from within. But it does live within all of us.” Continue reading Foster Your Greatness! Embrace Scrum
The number of mobile applications on both Google Play and App Store can be summed up to a number of Berlin citizens. More or less 3,5 million. It is a lot and rises every single day with new applications being uploaded. This creates an extremely competitive environment where everybody has a shot, but just having a great app is simply not enough. You need App Store Optimization. Continue reading Is the App Store Optimization a cure for an app clutter?
Every year Apple is releasing the new version of iOS. It is always a huge event, especially for the users who are awaiting new functionalities and possibilities they will have with the brand new software. For mobile developers, it is a challenge to make sure everything will be working as expected in a day of iOS release. Continue reading Why new 64bit iOS version might affect your business?
The truth is: using RWD as a core of your mobile application reduces the time, cost and involvement normally needed to develop native applications which are scaled to each of the mobile platforms individually. But easy ways are unlikely the best ones. Continue reading RWD in mobile apps – is it any good?