As soon as Magento 2 appeared and became popular, the web became full of buzz concerning the migration from the first version to this latest one. Well, there are too many compelling and lucrative reasons to go for this migration. The Magento 2 with several value additions is all set to make the Magento web experience better than ever before.
WordPress is the most popular and widely used CMS platform powers nearly one-third of all websites in the world. Some of the key WordPress strengths like flexibility, scalability, customisation and performance have only become better over time. WordPress with frequent updates and with the value additions of a lot of security plugins and robust community help is also a very secure CMS platform. But, when it comes to web security, there are still several scopes to improve it.
While healthcare is at times misunderstood to be a direct link between illnesses and their standalone treatments, that’s not the case.
Ideally, any system of medicine should be constructed as an unbiased, comprehensive unit responsible for curing diseases or improving the quality of a patient’s remaining life, alleviating pain, making care accessible, reducing wastage of time.
When creating software, how you approach the project affects the output significantly.
Ideally, you have to strike a balance between speed and structure, rigidity and flexibility. The software needs to be market-ready with the least deviation possible. You also have to minimise risk, reduce the chances of errors, and meet the deadlines without ever compromising on the security.
Any software development company has to decide about the methodology suited for their projects. There are two mighty and time tested choices, respectively as waterfall and agile software development methodology. To be precise, both are far from opposed to each other as antagonist opposites. But these two methodologies clearly shows the evolution of the software development process over the years.
There are two different architectures for app development, respectively as Micro Services and Web Services. While both of them have some distinct advantages, it is important to know their differences in detail. Let us define, provide details and explain the pros and cons of both of these app development architectures.
‘What does the customer want?’
As a developer, you wonder about, worry over, and meditate around it numerous times a day. After all, adapting any solution to a user’s need is as much a part of your job as is to filter through their requirements and pinpoint their needs.
CSS frameworks support you in such instances. They are efficient. Quick as well. They offer you facilities like multiple browser support, graceful degradation, pixel-perfect outlook, intuitive behaviour, etc. And, they lighten the drudge of design.
A vast majority of businesses including big brands and a plethora of small and medium enterprises and startups for building their mobile apps rely on outsourcing development services from offshore software development companies. Obviously, instead of relying on internal IT team to build an app, outsourcing the service from a reputed development company has multiple advantages including, quality assurance, streamlined and industry recognised process, competitive development cost and benefits of getting credible manpower.
‘Of course, there’s an app for that.’
When Daniel Kraft, MD, uttered these words about his digital stethoscope, he was neither exaggerating nor fooling around. After all, isn’t there an app for everyone and everything around? As per Statista, Apple App Store has around 2 Million apps. Google Play Store lists over 3.3 million entries. And, despite occasional burst of ‘app development is dying’ emanating from different corners of the tech world, the scenario remains as dynamically improving as ever.
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