Tag Archives: Progressive Web Apps

LOW CODE – REALITY CHECK

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The low code revolution is now in full flight and we’re reviewing dozens of project ideas every week with newly minted founders.  Most have no ambition other than to launch a minimum viable product (MVP) as quickly as possible.  They are clear about their requirements and need no convincing about the merits of the low […]

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July 05-2021, Written by Segun Osu Leave a comment

Mobile Apps – Selecting The Right Agency

Business needs should drive the choice of technology for your mobile app which will in turn influence the selection of the ideal development team, upfront development costs, ongoing maintenance costs, product performance and its  expected useful life. Programming languages, platforms, frameworks, databases, containers, etc.  is the stuff your mobile app depends on.   This short post explains why technology […]

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March 05-2017, Written by Segun Osu Leave a comment

Governments Say “Don’t Build Native Apps”

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  It’s Not The Economy, Stupid The UK Government effectively bans the building of native apps. In their service manual, they explain why they favour progressive web apps, and clearly state that other solutions are unlikely to be approved. Although not as explicit as the UK, U.S. federal agency policy favours a similar design approach. […]

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February 28-2017, Written by Segun Osu Leave a comment