The notion that HTML5 will make native apps obsolete still stands criticism; moreover, businesses and developers across industries find it to be even more true every day. Discussions on blogs and other sources never stop since the new version of HTML saw light. There is no denying that mobile-friendly web makes a great deal of sense when it comes to development cost and time, as opposed to native apps; however, most of the customers are much more familiar with traditional apps, found in major app markets/stores.
1 August 2014
FIND THE ANSWERS What are you looking for?
21 March 2017
Can you guess a way to a successful design of your web or mobile product? One that will help you get much bang for the buck when marketing your site or app to end users?
2 October 2015
Wearable gadgets have flown into our everyday life in the recent months and, despite many expert predictions that 2014 will not become the year of wearables, it's clear as day that wearable technology is here to stay forever. Smart fitness bracelets, smart watches and smart glasses are going mainstream gradually yet confidently, and will inevitably become commodity products soon just like smartphones and tablets.
12 September 2013
NewsCastic picks up our press release announcing app development partnership with Ski Nation, Inc.
3 March 2015
The first form of telemedicine began with African villagers who used smoked signals to warn people to stay away from their village in case of serious disease. In the early 1900s, people living in remote areas of Australia used two-way radios to request medical advice and procedures from neighboring continents.
20 December 2016
According to Google Trends, "app development cost" is one of today's most popular search terms in the United States and UK, with regional interest rates reaching 100 and 94 respectively. Since iOS and Android are indisputably the two major mobile ecosystems as of now, let's see what makes up the app development cost for each of them, and how it can actually be reduced.
10 February 2017
Python has taken over the developing space. In fact, it’s everywhere.
22 July 2014
As estimated in May 2014, online casino accounts for 21% of the Global iGaming Gross Win, followed by poker (12%) and bingo (6%).
16 July 2014
Mobile technologies have indisputably made a tremendous impact on the evolution of live (aka in-play) betting that currently drives more and more online operators to innovate their offering for those customers who don't want to wait till the end of the match to see the bets completed.
25 June 2014
In the Good Country Index, a new study on countries' contributions to the "common good of humanity", Ukraine ranks 13th globally in Science and Technology category, staying ahead of Russia (#41) and such developed economies as Denmark (#14), Belgium (#15), Netherlands (#18) and even the United States (#26).
28 May 2014
A few months ago we blogged about getting a new client in healthcare - Norwegian Innlandet Hospital Trust that outsourced to us design and development of DECIDE Treatment, their innovative system for evaluation of available mental disorders treatment options.
20 May 2014
For the 6th consecutive year Kyiv has recently hosted iForum, the country's biggest conference dedicated to Internet and high tech solutions.
12 May 2014
It's needless to say that moving your brick-and-mortar business to the online space or starting your online retail from scratch will let you gain an appropriate ROI and build a successful business as long as you manage to instantly provide user experiences (UX) of the unsurpassed quality.
8 May 2014
Looking cool, innovative and trendy is what every ambitious design studio should be aiming for!
29 April 2014
Nothing stands still in the IT world, and how you shape the changes usually has a direct impact on your business success.
2 March 2014
Last week our front-end team lead Vyacheslav Potravnyy did a great presentation on SEO methods in a single-page application (SPA) at Odessa Geeks Lab, a new educational initiative by RootUaMedia.
18 February 2014
douua.org has just released new results of their ongoing programming languages rating based on the survey of almost 6,100 software developers of whom 92% reside in Ukraine and 8% live and work abroad.
11 February 2014
Do you know what course became the most popular one at Stanford University last fall?