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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
React Native mobile development isn’t only a modern trend but a game-changing way to deliver great apps. It’s been around not so many years but apps built with React Native are already getting a lot of attention. Why? Let’s find out! 👍 What’s Behind the React Native
Payment system integration may seem like a real challenge. Especially for the ones who have never done it before. But since we’re going to talk about payments and money, let’s start with some numbers! Here are a few stats so you see how mobile commerce is booming right
Try to guess what I’m talking about: The most downloaded (non-game) application in the Apple App Store globally in the Q1 of 2018. 6th most downloaded app (if you combine App Store and Google Play) in the World Q1 2018. 500 Million Monthly Active Users Worldwide. Any ideas? Yup,