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React Native has been trending in the tech news for a few years now. Since Facebook officially introduced it as an open source project, many corporations have leveraged it in development. It’s not surprising, as React Native holds a promise of building apps for multiple platforms at the same time.  Apps created with React Native nearly always shares most of the codebase. Some apps, like Facebook or Instagram integrate React Native into an existing, native app. Even if only some of your codebase is shared between different operating systems, it still can provide a save of time and, in consequence, money. But how does it stack up against Swift in practice?
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evvnt is a tool for event promoters allowing them to submit their event information once and then to share it across 40+ event listing sites based on your events category and location. The company has operated on the market for 5 years now, supplying their service in over 139 countries – both for local and international event promoters – and in multiple industries.
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Have you ever wondered how developers contribute in your organisation? Are you curious how your company stacks up against such big players as Facebook, Google or Netflix? Or maybe you just want to know how you and your colleagues, as developers, are doing in the organisation? This data was not presented anywhere. Until now. We used the GitHub API to build a platform that will present GitHub stats from any organisation you want. Now, you can verify the most active devs, compare companies, and track contributions in your organisation.
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Product Design Sprint helped many of our clients make their products successful and reduce the risk associated with bringing a new product, service or feature to the market. They confirmed PDS has the power to streamline processes and increase efficiency. We didn't want to go barefoot like the proverbial shoemaker's child, so we decided to run PDS internally.
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Apps for Good (AfG) is one of our favourite projects – a registered charity is transforming the way technology is taught in schools, partnering with educators to deliver its app development course to young people.
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We did it! Netguru has made it to the list of 1000 fastest growing companies in Europe. With the 644-percent revenue growth between 2012 and 2015 (65 percent year on year on average), our company was ranked 188, outperforming such big tech players as Skyscanner and Spotify. We would not have been recognised but for the hard work of our team. We also believe that our mindset and business strategy laid the foundation for this success. We promote our values internally and externally, which helps us achieve our business goals. Today, we would like to share the seven core qualities of our company we preach and practice on a daily basis. All of them made it possible for us to grow exponentially over just a few years.
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Can a single mistake of a software developer ruin an entire company? The answer is yes, but only if the software development company doesn’t know how to learn from its past mistakes and grow as an organisation.
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React Native is becoming extremely popular in mobile development among small companies and well-established enterprises. We’ve also seen a big interest in React Native coming from our clients, so we decided to conduct a small study to see what’s behind the framework’s success.
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How to Avoid High Maintenance Cost on Your Frontend

Every IT project is either new, when you start everything from scratch or based on legacy code when the project is taken over. In case of the latter, the cost of diving into a project which hasn’t been properly maintained for a while may surprise you. There are two kinds of legacy projects. Some of them will allow you to just sit down and get on with your work. These are both maintainable at a reasonable cost and they are a positive experience for your developers. The other kind is the one that an army of tooled up devs must enter into and spend weeks working on, trying to tidy them all up. One man is not able to do it - anything he or she touches there, fails miserably. So what are the differences there? Are there any common things that make one project cheaper to maintain than the other?
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High bounce rates are one of the key indicators that your web app is not working properly. When a user leaves your app, in practice you lose money. Moreover, in most cases you waste some of the budget you have spent on marketing. First you paid to acquire this customer, than you lost the opportunity to earn. There are plenty of reasons why users leave - flawy technology, bad business model or a solution that doesn’t really solve a problem. Let’s focus on the tech details of why your users can leave your app and what a good development company should do to prevent it. 
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