Building an app is equally exciting and terrifying, especially if this is your first application. You’re probably excited to get the project started but also terrified of making any mistake.
Remote development teams have been gaining popularity and understandably so since they offer many advantages both for employees and the employer.
Confronted with recent technological advances, political and economic changes, CIOs need to change their priorities when making critical business decisions. Here are the top six that should take center stage in 2017.
As more and more consumers are switching to mobile over desktop computers, companies are struggling to keep pace with the rapid transformation. But, regardless of the efficiency of the project management methodologies used, most developers need four to six months to develop an app.
There are a lot of factors that could slow down or speed up the process. Let’s look at a more detailed timeline to understand what it takes to build an app from inception to completion.
If you’ve had an idea for an app since forever, then turning it into reality would probably be a dream come true. The process, however, is not as easy as it may seem. You’ll need to put in a lot of time, perseverance, research and detailed planning to make sure everything comes out as perfect as you’ve already envisioned it.