- When to use native mobile apps?
Whenever you need to have fully autonomous working personnel operating your smartphone, without also a need for 3G or wifi or other physical channels to the internet.(Such as a geological system or a medical system which supports aid to sparse population areas.)
- Selecting a platform?
Java? .net? Ruby? It is important to have an onboard technical team for regular upgrades and maintenance of newly developed systems. If Java, then a qualified Java team.
- Where to host my apps?
Do not use your office or home computers for this purpose.
- Is flash dead?
Yes. Be wary of this technology.
- Which is better? Mac iOS or Android?
For example, if you were to move a venture capital business application or startup to Android or Apple AppStores, we would recommend either of these. The markets are techincally different, but in perspective, nearly the same.
- When to use rolling contracts?
If you want to build an exotic program, but there is a significant risk of program failure, we recommend use of a rolling contract. This contract format provides for work we do together with you, in small steps, from one iteration (2 to 3 weeks) to another. Each iteration has its own contract period and moving forward is determined at each interval.
- Where is my Big Spec Document?
After working previously with Waterfall, we have now gone to Agile. We reworked "What" and "How", We do it step by step.