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What are your favourite ways of spending time at get-togethers with your family and friends? Do you like adding some pepper to pleasant chats by playing board games? If you do, here's a new iOS app created by MobiDev for everyone who loves dynamic and competitive pastime. It's created with love and offered for free on the App Store

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The Mobile App Europe conference debuted between September 29 and October 1 in Berlin, the city of startups and opportunities. This is where business owners bring their ideas and software developers bring their expertise. This is where they can meet and start new and promising business relationships. This is a kind of event where we'd love to meet you

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Based on the report contributed by MobiDev at Mobile App Europe 2014 in Berlin.

Despite the increasing processing power of mobile devices, most PhoneGap apps cannot fully satisfy the constantly growing demands as for the visual richness combined with good performance. How can we resolve the issue? The most obvious answer lies in understanding the specificity of the platform and the wrapper on which the application code is running (mobile webView); and the processes that occur during preparation and displaying the page content
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In search of ways to reduce app development costs, you mustn't compromise quality. You mustn't cut costs on creating good UX design and quality assurance. Quality is the cornerstone of the software that users love. Plenty of other ways to reduce costs are ready and waiting. Get them all to work for you

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If you have no previous experience of working with a remote software development team, it doesn't have to stop you from trying. If you learn enough about tuning up effective work from the beginning, you'll be able to strengthen the pros (you hire a team that has all the necessary management, experience and equipment, and costs tons less than an in-house team) and avoid or reduce the cons (distance and lack of transparency)

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Agile is mainstream. Agile isn't flawless. Agile works, that's a fact - although it receives rather polar opinions in the world of software development. Sure it's way closer to good than bad. There are lots of successful projects and rapidly growing startups who owe their success to making their mobile products via agile. Meanwhile everything in this world has its strengths and weaknesses. Everything serves its purposes. You obviously can't write with a hammer and drive nails with a pen

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The decision to get in touch with a candidate for your software project usually comes after you have learnt everything you wanted to about the company's principles of work and expertise. The sources are rich: the company's website, portfolio, references, testimonials, rankings on freelance marketplaces, and so on. You may find out lots of info about the company, up to learning more about team members. But once the first contact with the candidate is established, it's very important to break the ice, feel comfortable, and start a productive conversation as soon as possible
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Outsourcing and outstaffing are relatively new terms. Both firmly stepped into the IT sphere, and sometimes get confused. Indeed, they both involve remote work; after all, IT is all about remote work nowadays. But the core difference is that where outsourcing hands a whole business process (read: software project) to a third party, outstaffing presupposes hiring dedicated employees of a software company to work on the project controlled by the business owner
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Failed requirements are one of the most common reasons of failed projects. Who's to blame? Who made them unclear or misunderstood, intentionally or accidentally? Nah, there is nothing interesting in figuring all that out. What's much more interesting is how to prevent receiving not what you want. Here are some helpful tips to start gathering requirements for your project with. In fact, the more of these are missed, the more problems may arise later, with everyone having to sit late at night and solve them
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What's the best way of creating a relevant, high-quality software product? Some say it's agile development. What's so good about it? Saving money is not the forte of agile development (although there are ways to do it). The main thing is the flexibility of the process and of the product itself - vital relevance for the market
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