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This year’s Google I/O brought novelties straight outta Sci-Fi movie. You’ve already most probably seen most of the news roaming around the Internet, or at least heard about things like Google Assistant or the newest version of Android’s OS.

However, there is more to it than meets the eye of general public - this big developer festival gave and changed a lot in the context of app development.

React Native. Due to the community admiration that surrounds Javascript, it is a one hyped up framework. It gives you the impression that everything you need to know is Javascript - and the framework will make your hybrid app, well, react like a native.

Well, let’s take a closer look at the React Native framework and find out some of it real advantages, and some horrendous misconceptions.

Currently, .NET Core is definitely on trend and we can’t deny that we are proud to be in the lead of .NET Core development.

Let’s take a closer look and talk about the Microsoft child that makes such a fuss in the development world.

Deciding which type of an application will best fit your needs isn’t simple.
Native apps are usually glorified and favoured, but are they really superior in all aspects and in every situation?

Although the concept of User Experience is already well-known and respected, some still fail to understand what the UX Design even means.

Because, let’s be honest — that doesn’t sound very logical that you can design someone else’s experience. UX may be a factor that influences the overall rating of the product, but you cannot predict things like that… or can you?

An MVP is the basic form of your product that you can already put on the market and show to your customers. So it is neither the prototype nor the mockup, but also not a fully developed creation.

Now you may be wondering — what’s the point of a procedure like that, then?

I’m not here to tell you that browsing the web using a desktop computer is ending, because that would be, well, too much of a clickbait

Yet, it is a stated fact — the Internet went mobile, and is staying there for good. According to We are social, 47% of mobile users cannot imagine a day without their device. It may sound insane, but it also sounds like something the future could bring.

The last thing you want is to waste money and effort you put into getting your application by neglecting its maintenance. It is almost as important as the process of developing itself.

You want to benefit from your app, not just look at how pretty it is. Even the most beautiful cars are made to be driven, aren’t they? But you can’t benefit without solid services, continuous amendments and updates based on your client’s experiences.

You run a business, and a few days ago you gained some potential customers in another city. You have arranged a business meeting with them. After that, you realised that there is quite a journey ahead of you. 

Just think about it — buses, trams and trains are an outdated and ineffective media at the moment. You have to reach your clients in the most efficient and fast way possible. Now just replace the car with an application. Makes sense now, doesn’t it?