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Webflow - the ultimate no-code solution
In this post, we'll take a look at what Webflow is and how it can help you build your next website or project.
What makes a good application?
Apps are on the rise and are becoming increasingly popular. But what makes a good app? What criteria must be met so that users enjoy working with the app? We show 5 examples of successful apps and give tips on what you should look out for during development.
How do you build an MVP as a startup?
If you want to save money, time and effort when developing software, you should build a Minimum Viable Product (MVP). This is the minimum amount of software you can create before you start production. It helps you and the development team focus on the most important features and functions of your software, minimize bugs and risks, and reduce the risk of product failure. Moreover, it is an optimal way to find out if your idea is the right one before spending money on development.
Clean planning of an application using Figma Mockup
Planning an application can sometimes be a real challenge. But with Figma Mockup it becomes much easier to manage. You can easily plan the user interface and the interaction of the individual components. This makes the process much cleaner and easier to understand for everyone involved. In this blog post, we'll take a look at how to do this with Figma Mockup.
How much does a web application cost?
When you want to have a web application created, the first question that comes to your mind is probably how much it will cost. That's a fair question, because the cost of a web application can vary greatly depending on the features and functionality you want. In this blog post, we'll give you a general idea of how much it costs to build a web application. We'll also discuss some of the factors that can affect the final price. So, without further ado, let's get started!
When to develop a web app and when to develop a mobile app?
At first glance, a web app doesn't have to be any different from a mobile app, and the two variants can look quite similar. The differences are fluid. Sometimes it doesn't have to be "either or", but it makes sense to develop both versions and make them available to the user. This is also the case with video platforms, office tools, social networks or online stores. In many cases, there are web applications and mobile applications.