What Technologies to Choose for Developing Your Application?

In this video, we will tell you what to pay attention to when choosing technologies for developing your application, so that you can spend your time and money most effectively.

Apple App Store and Google Play Market Application Publication Checklist

We have created this checklist based on our own experience in publishing dozens of applications. It helps us and our clients smoothly and systematically prepare for publication.

7 Important Things When Developing Your Website or App

In this video, we’ll talk about 7 important things to keep in mind when developing your website or app:

  1. Domain names.
  2. Developer accounts.
  3. Hosting.
  4. Data backups and strong passwords.
  5. Source code and design mockups.
  6. Trademarks and intellectual rights.
  7. User Agreement and Privacy Policy.
How Not to Lose Money and Time When Developing a Software Product?

In this video, we will tell you how not to lose money and time when developing software products, namely, about the importance of preparing technical documentation and design before starting development, as well as about choosing the right team.

How Much Does App Development Cost?

In this video, we will tell you how you can understand how much it will cost to develop your application, how to get approximate and exact estimates, as well as how you can very, very tentatively estimate your project right now using our statistics. It should be added that these statistics are valid for projects of the same level as those posted on our site, and only when using Flutter, which allows you to develop an application for different platforms — Android, iOS, macOS, Windows, and the web. If you choose other technologies, you may have to evaluate and develop applications for each platform separately.

On What Terms Should a Startup or Business Cooperate With Developers

“Who is responsible for a 30% increase in the budget during the development process and should suffer losses?”

“Or for the fact that the planned and implemented features turned out to be unnecessary for users?”

“How quickly should errors be fixed, and the application restored if problems occur?”

In fact, there are no definite answers to these questions. It all depends on how the client and developers have agreed and what format of cooperation they have chosen. The chosen format defines the areas of responsibility of each party.

Working With Startups Has Taught Us That a Product Does Not Start With Development. Where Does It Start?

As a development team, we work a lot with startups. I personally love startups. I like the concept we came up with: we don't sell working hours, we sell the result—the product.