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The music market continues to show exponential growth from year to year. Moreover, modern users often expect far more advanced and diverse functionality than just music streaming. For example, they may want your application to create personalized playlists that match their preferences or use music to create own content like
“There are no facts inside the building so get the heck outside” — Steve Blank Like it or not but people don’t like just cool products; they like products that help them. And a Customer Development process is all about making sure that your Startup solves a Problem that your
React Native is a huge trend these days. More and more companies are using it to deliver Mobile Products to their customers. Some important guy at some important conference has said that React Native is... Meh, boring. Instead of making this guide just like every other article on the Internet
Cross-platform development is a king today. The growing popularity of mobile apps pushes developers and companies all over the world to come up with faster, easier and more efficient ways to deliver applications. Earlier, one of the most popular solutions was hybrid app development. But these days are gone. Luckily,
Mobile developers prefer React Native because it opens the way for rapid development. Sometimes results even go beyond the expectations. In this perspective, SoundCloud’s case may be interesting to mention. When the guys have switched to React Native, their Tech-Team estimated that app development will take 6 months. However,
If you have an idea for building an application for online workout classes, the Peloton app will be a very interesting case to study. In this article, we’ll briefly review the main challenges in the fitness industry, features of the Peloton app and tech tips for developing your own