It's hard to believe that apps like Airbnb or Uber were at first really simple. From the perspective of consumers, they just appeared on the market and instantly gained global popularity. But that's far from the truth.
Learn what is Custom Software Development, how much does it cost and why Custom Software is usually more expensive than out-of-the-box solutions.
Here are some critical tips for picking the best technology provider for your project.
We’re going to build an app to manage breakfast recipes. We won’t focus on developing all CRUD functionality, because it’s not in our scope. Instead, we’re going to focus on four main steps.
Ruby on Rails is an established, battle-tested technology that served as an excellent framework for software developers. But what’s the secret behind the success of Rails? One good reason is that ever since it appeared on the tech scene, it’s been part of projects launched by companies that have become some of the fastest-growing and largest startups we’ve ever seen.
Find out why you need a functional specification document: what it is, who is it for, and how to write one that guarantees the success of your project.
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It’s been almost half a year since I started my job as an Intern Ruby on Rails Developer at Nopio (now a more experienced Junior) and I’ve decided to share some thoughts on how expectation compares with reality in regards to your first job in web development, and to offer some advice that may be helpful from someone who has been there.
Here are 4 essential things you should take into account when choosing the right tech partner to build your Minimum Viable Product (MVP).
Thankfully, there is a really useful Ruby gem called rack-rewrite that can handle all redirects for you. The implementation is really easy and doesn’t take a lot of time. The biggest advantage of this library is the fact that you can use it with pure Ruby application, without Rails.