7 website redesign quests

Wishing you a slick road to your new website, we still want to warn you about the redesign challenges ahead. Knowing the following 7 pitfalls, you’ll be able to defend your search engine ranking while improving sales and keeping users engaged.

Pitfalls of using JSLink with SharePoint apps for Office Store

Our SharePoint expert Alex Kananchuk shares his experience of trying to use JSLink to override the standard SharePoint functionality during a project to create an app for the Office Store.

Spreading mobile health across-platform

Mobile health has reached a new peak over the past few years and steadily continues its ascension. In the course of 2014-2015 health applications have accounted for 6,4% of the total 40,402 apps in all existing business lines, leaving ground only to news and business applications.

A fork in the road: desktop apps and technologies

Since the creation of the first digital computer, it has been evolving along the two major axis: improving the performance and making it cheaper. As a result, personal computers (PCs) have gained a huge number of users. And nowadays the emerging mobile platforms allow you to always have your PC with you wherever you go. So, where is the place for the desktop platform apps?

Push-to-succeed: a look into Azure Notification Hubs for business

Food for thought for marketing executives and product managers contemplating ways to enrich their apps with push-notification functionality.

Mobile banking trends in 2015

Desperately looking for an ATM of your bank in the dead of night to enquire your account balance or to view recent transactions is quickly going out of fashion. The research shows that 94% of mobile users now prefer doing these operations through the dedicated apps. What other banking and finance software topics are hot in 2015?

Capabilities of React.js

React is not a frontend framework but rather a library offering a new approach to build view. It creates a virtual DOM to track changes when the application state is updated and uses the virtual DOM to update only those parts of the page which have been changed. Since all DOM manipulations occur simultaneously in an efficient way, it makes UI lightning fast.

Meeting business analyst

IT-projects may vary in resources, time frames, goals and content. But there is one risk they all share – if the developed solution doesn’t answer the customer’s business needs, the project is doomed. This is where a Business Analyst (BA) steps in. Using various techniques and tools, a Business Analyst describes business needs in the language understandable both for Business and for Development.