Less Development Time, Better User Experience – Agencies’ Focus For 2020

Despite developing advanced websites, alongside fool and apps, for both and internal and external use, governmental agencies are also facing several problems. Integrating with legacy systems, as well as following specific guidelines regarding security and software are just some of them. But this isn’t the biggest downside, as such organizations can benefit from low-code tools, …

Why You Should Have A Mobile App For Your Business In 2020

How many times have you heard “there’s an app for that”? Probably quite a lot, since mobile apps are already considered one of the best tools for reaching the audience when it comes to business. After all, a big percent of the adult population has a smartphone and this number is expected to grow seriously …

This Is Why Angular Should Be Your First Choice For App Development!

“Mobile first” is clearly a trend that’s going to dominate web development for a few years from now one and a lot of companies are considering it when creating new apps. And even though creating a mobile-friendly app can be relatively easy, as long as you have the right team, picking the right platform for …

6 Reasons Why Asp.net Core Is The Best Choice For Enterprise Applications

A few years ago, businesses were somehow forced to spend ridiculous amounts of money in order to have their very own customized enterprise applications, integrating innovative solutions. However, things changed significantly ever since Asp dot net is around. Considered by many as the perfect combination between some of the best web development models, it integrates …

Notes/Domino is finally official, preparing us for the second beta of version 10!

As previously reported, the folks over at IBM are doing their best in an attempt to make the Notes/Domino platform futureproof. In this direction, they are preparing to launch a second beta of the new version, 10, for the upcoming days. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Lotus Notes, it’s mainly an environment …

IBM Lotus Notes and Domino Users Are Being Heard Now

Long-term and steadfast users of Domino and Lotus Notes who have been crying hoarse for almost 5-6 years for attracting the attention of ‘Big Blue’ are finally having their prayers answered. IBM, the transnational technological corporation that developed the software programs, was almost on the verge of forgetting dedicated users of the applications. Nevertheless, things …