A Minimum Viable Product or MVP is an application that hasn’t reached its full potential but it lets you test core product ideas. It’s not polished by a long shot; it’s not finished and can be buggy. But it’s still delivering the most important functionalities to the user and acts as a testing ground for future app options. The road to a successful launch is tricky. Here’s the checklist for a successful MVP.
In the past, developers presented their products to the user in the “my way or the highway” model. Users got the application and that was it. No feedback, no updates, no nothing. Technical aspects of the industry, as well as legacy infrastructure, prevented applications to be continuously supported. Today everything has changed. User experience (UX) is better because tech allows it. More importantly, because attitude has changed. UX is a vital process of the software development process. How can you leverage it in your product?
AWS frontend services and AWS backend solutions are extremely popular among businesses from any given industry. They are reliable, fast, and available for companies of all sizes and budgets. In this article, we will dive into some core components of a vast AWS ecosystem. You will see how to put the backend on AWS.
Mobile development has been a must for many years now. Especially in FinTech, which is based almost entirely on mobility and easy access. What does native vs cross-platform mean? What is the nature of a native vs hybrid mobile app development? Finally, what is the best framework for app development in 2022 and beyond?
The era of a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is over. The market is going with minimum loveable product, which is an iteration and a whole new approach at the same time. MVP stands for an application that holds minimum value for users and assumes a certain level of tolerated limitations and bugs. MLP, on the other hand, is created with initial offering that users can love from the start. It’s a dramatic shift in software development and product management.
As there are so many technologies to choose from when it comes to creating new FinTech apps, different developers are entitled to have different preferences. However, some companies are completely OK with working with whatever their clients tell them with no second thoughts and some specialise in particular frameworks and programming languages. We tend to belong to the latter ones and we have some strong reasons for it, so we decided to explain why we chose React Native as our go-to cross-platform framework and why our clients benefit from this decision.