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Refactoring essentially means improving your existing code without changing its functionality. It’s all about code quality and optimisation – not product redesign. Users never see the changes. So why do it? Because ultimately, refactoring can prevent your app from generating huge upkeep costs and save you money – making your business more successful.
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Many entrepreneurs and product owners become obsessed with modernizing their legacy applications. Our team has done rewriting and refactoring projects for our clients, and we know how difficult and expensive technology migration is. We also know how switching to the right tech stack may skyrocket the growth of an app.
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Invoicing is one of the most important and complex parts of almost any  application that allows its users to perform payments. With all the numbers, taxes, fields, rules, and equations it can give a developer quite a headache. Fortunately, many solutions for invoicing exist and lucky for us, many of them are available in Rails. Let’s take a look at some of the ways we can implement invoicing in our Ruby on Rails app.
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Got a perfect business idea that needs to be turned into a beautiful app? Whatever the challenge, you need a committed and qualified team to make the best out of your idea. That’s why checking the team’s skills, experience and approach, along with clients' opinions should be an essential part of your decision-making process. For all those reasons, you might be interested in making your next mobile application with Netguru. Here is why:
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Google IO started 2 days ago, and, as usual, we’ve got a lot of amazing news straight from Mountain View. One of the jaw-dropping announcements was the newest feature of the cross-platform development framework, Flutter.
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The mobile app market is like the universe itself – constantly expanding at an accelerating rate. The Big Bang was over ten years ago when the first smartphones exploded onto the scene. Since then, these devices have become more and more affordable, data prices have dropped, and the app market has soared. The latest figures from Statista tell us that there are now 2.1 million apps in the Google Play store, and Apple users have 2 million applications to choose from – generating billions of downloads each year.
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If you’re a product owner and want to work with a team from bespoke software development company that will develop your product, imagine the following situation. You’re a sport team coach and your task is to draft a team of players that will guarantee a victory in the championship. Who you need is a star that will lead your whole team and a ball handler guy who will turn your idea for the game into a game plan. You will also need a glue guy who will pass the ball smoothly and dominating centers who will score points. A dirty job guy may also come in handy to check whether you are turning your strategy into life. “OK, but what does sport have in common with software development”? you may ask. Not much. But it was a fun way to start this blogpost. ;)
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Inbbbox for Android is the latest incarnation of the app offering a personalised and uncluttered experience in Dribbble - “a place to show and tell, promote, discover, and explore design”. You can download it right now and dive into the buzzing community - or check out the iOS version.
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ChaperHome is a simple mobile app, but it could save the life of someone you love – or your own. Based on research and user feedback, ChaperHome is a safety companion, connecting you to a network of ‘protectors’ – your friends and family. You can easily set up scenarios and the app will send a notification to your loved ones as soon as it registers something going wrong. The point is that it will happen without any input from you. In a situation where you might not have time for more than a single tap, ChaperHome has your back.
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Android Oreo has been out out for a while, and the question that arises among the owners of Android products and in the Android developers community is: “should I update my mobile application?” The answer is not straightforward, as there are both good reasons to do it, and good reasons to wait. In this article, I will help you make the right decision on when and how to update your application to deal with a new version of Android.
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