Blog /Business & PM

How to build complex products while market requirements are dynamically changing? What to look at while choosing the CMS platform?

In this category, you’ll find the answers to the questions about building and managing a professional website. You’ll learn why it is worth using the open source technology, and what you’ll gain from the website prototype.

Moreover, you’ll find information about writing a brief for a web development agency and see the inspiring examples of Drupal websites.

Are you considering investing in an application that will work well on mobile devices? Building a native application has its benefits, but are you still hesitating? A progressive web application (PWA) will be a good alternative. From this article, you can learn how it can improve your business operations.

When you’re about to launch a new website, the complex work has probably been on for several months. People involved in this process do their best to make everything ready for the launching day. However, there are so many things to take care of that it’s pretty easy to miss some crucial actions. We prepared a list of them to simplify your work in such an intensive time.

In terms of popularity, WordPress is second to none. It can be safely assumed that every third website works under the control of this system. It's so popular that recently it's been used for almost everything. From blogs through forums to online stores. Drupal is much less popular, but also keenly used for all kinds of websites. So what do these two CMS platforms have in common and what makes them different? When should you choose Drupal, and when to select WordPress?

Software development is a complex and time-consuming process. That’s why the specialists working on it use a set of applications and systems to perform their tasks comfortably and efficiently. There’s a wide range of desktop environments, code editors, and other software improving the developers’ work. We’ll show you the tools we like and regularly use.

Laravel is one of the open-source PHP frameworks built on Symfony. Access to ready-made components, a high level of security, and numerous tools aimed at improving application development – all this makes it used in projects for many industries. From this article, you can learn which projects Laravel is used for.

Recruiters often work under a lot of pressure. A definite budget, a particular date by which the recruitment team must find and hire the right employees, and of course the documentation that needs to be dealt with – conducting the recruitment process is not an easy task. What useful applications can facilitate the work of recruiters and for which tasks can they be used?

Some websites have small or moderate traffic most of the year. However, there are times when it suddenly increases. It happens because they offer seasonal products or services like Christmas decorations, swimsuits, or summer holiday trips. A large number of visitors coming to the webpage during such seasons can even cause its crashes. Fortunately, it’s possible to adjust the servers’ configuration to handle the occasional traffic spikes. We’ll show you a scalable and cost-effective solution that we implemented in one of our projects.

Not every company has a tool that's willingly used by its employees. Many organizations buy ready-made solutions for business and simply start using them. However, a newly-implemented intranet doesn't always turn out to be the right tool for a particular organization. The alternative is to create a personalized intranet software that will solve specific problems of your company and grow together with it.

Laravel is an open source framework written in PHP. Programmers build many applications in it, including e-commerce platforms and booking applications. It may also turn out that your favourite forums were created using this technology. Read our article and learn more about the most important features of Laravel and the projects created in it.

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