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  • Medical Search Engine For Healthcare Professionals And Expert Consumer


The MedNexus app was designed and developed as an easy way for healthcare professionals and expert consumers to access the most relevant medical information. Available content types include published scientific articles, reviews and meta-analyses, blogs, guidelines, the latest news of medical science, and will expand to include white papers, videos, podcasts, and many other content types

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  • Direct communication tool for the community of dog sitters and dog owners


For all those who treats dogs not just as pets, but as true members of their families, websites like Rover.com can prove invaluable. It's a place where dog owners can get local dog boarding, dog sitting, and dog walking services across the US. On the other hand, it's possible to join Rover.com as a dog sitter and offer these services. Dog sitters can join the community by professional approval upon successful completion of a test. This is the place where both parties can meet each other

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MobiDev talent pool does not stagnate, and there's another event we took indispensable part in: a SmartMe master class in Kyiv, which took place on February 21. It gathered around 100 interested developers, both present at the event in person and participating online. The central issue of the master class was development and optimization of web applications. Our leading specialist in PhoneGap and Android development, Yuriy Luchaninov, was one of two central contributors

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  • Assisting Fire Brigades In The Field


PreCom is an app for skilled volunteers who are willing to help fire brigades at work. Such activities are practised across the Netherlands, where this mobile product doesn't have any competitors. It's a serious job, and it requires certain expertise from PreCom volunteer applicants. You may be either a driver, a medic, a firefighter, or even be registered as a person who has all of these skills - as long as you are ready to help, PreCom welcomes you

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WrapLive
Your favorite moments.
With your favorite people.
Right as they happen.


WrapLive is a young and growing social network that started with a mere idea. At a glance it's yet another photo sharing social network - what could be more tedious? There must be killer ideas behind it to make it stand out. There must be zest to it. There must be something highly useful yet currently absent in other photo sharing apps. WrapLive has it all

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There are certain peculiarities that unite all apps related to the healthcare industry. These peculiarities define the development process and ensure the quality of the outcome. If you are busy in this industry, you know the rules of the game. Demands as for quality vary from very high (conventional health & fitness apps) to exceptionally high (software for internal use at medical institutions). Here are 5 rules that play the most significant role by development for healthcare

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Most of the time it's design and user experience that receive most of the attention when it comes to mobile apps. Cool designs, trend of flatness, content-is-king, and all similar things overshadow the architecture-related issues, which are nonetheless crucial for the end result

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Based on a report by MobiDev CEO Oleg Lola at Founder Institute.


Nobody wins success without a strong team. To say a bit more precise, no startup wins success without a great development team. Nothing happens without proper structuring, selecting, and building interactions. Since about a half of our clients are startups, we know the specificity of this work. We know how to build right interactions with the startup owner. We know the common pitfalls. All of this we'd like to share with you

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There are persistent myths about app development that just don't seem to go away. These 11 myths have been hindering appreneurs' success for quite a time. Let's refresh and bust them all

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What are the most common myths and misconceptions about user experience on the web? The famous UX Myths website gives 33 of them. While it's directed mainly at designers, we believe that every software owner should take notice of them

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