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3 Reasons Why You Should Outsource Your Mobile App Development

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While businesses are increasingly developing mobile applications to help themselves grow and reach more customers, maintaining an in-house mobile development team as opposed to outsourcing the development work continues to be an ongoing debate, and for a good reason.   Managing an in-house mobile development team can come with some adverse expenses. While there is…

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Mobile App Launch Tips Every Entrepreneur Needs to Know

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The popularity of mobile apps has contributed to many success stories for entrepreneurs and businesses alike. However, just because you’ve built a mobile app doesn’t mean thousands of users will suddenly flock to the app store and download it. With the number of mobile applications available in today’s market, there is a chance that your…

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Two Cost Saving Benefits of Using React Native

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Should you develop a cross-platform mobile application using React Native? While much has been discussed choosing the right approach to developing mobile apps, the native approach to mobile app development is not as popular as it used to be. Developing a mobile app that performs equally well on iOS and Android can be a tedious…

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Save your sanity: Use React Native

You want awesome mobile apps for your company? You want to build them without going crazy or broke? You want to be able to build iOS and Android apps at the same time but don’t want a horrible mobile web app? Then you want React Native. Before React Native, efficient cross-platform development required compromises. Today,…

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Update Gerrit Change xCode

Often times you will need to update the commit after it is already pushed. For example you may need to change something based on a comment in Gerrit. It is important that you update the commit and do not submit a brand new change. This will keep the comment and patch history in place. Save…

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xCode 6 and Gerrit

Gerrit is an open soure code review tool that uses Git. Gerrit handles pushes a little different. Today we are going to walk through using Gerrit with xCode 6. This guide will only focus on the xCode / OSX side and assumes that a Gerrit project is already configured. Add public ssh key to Gerrit Check…

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Setup a Mac Slave for Jenkins

Jenkins is the most prominent solution for on-site continuous integration. It can run on most platforms, including OSX. Since it can run on a mac, you can use it to setup a continuous integration strategy for iOS apps. Chances are you will not want your core Jenkins instance running on a Mac, luckily Jenkins lets…

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Node Continuous Integration CI Round Up

Today I am going to walk through a quick comparison of popular continuous integration services that support node based applications. Travis-CI Travis-CI is the most popular continuous integration platform for open source projects. By default it recognizes a node app, runs npm install, bower install, and npm test. Travis puts badges on pull requests and…

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Working Remotely Tips

I have spent the better part of the last year working remotely. Here are a few pointers I have learned to make working remotely more successful. Like what you are doing This is more of a general career tip, but I have found that working remotely is much more pleasant when you enjoy your work. This…

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Yeoman && Travis-CI && Heroku

Yeoman is a scaffolding tool for modern web apps and it is amazing. I have been using the angular-fullstack, it has been fantastic to work with and has taught me a ton about the MEAN stack. Travis-CI is a continuous integration tool that is ridiculously easy to use, and is awesome. Heroku is a cloud…

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