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MVP design for startups

MVP design for startups

Posts like “I have a great startup idea. What should I do next?” are popping up on Quora and reddit every day with the same pattern mentioned across most of the answers (crashtest the idea → built MVP → gather feedback → pivot or not and pitch, pitch, pitch). If MVP development is covered extensively across the Internet, startups design aspect clearly needs some elaboration. In this article we share tips on creating MVP design for startups.

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How to develop a Postmates-like delivery service app

How to develop a Postmates-like delivery service app

What to do if you want a food delivery from a restaurant without having such kind of service? Someone will have to go there anyway to order and bring everything you need. And what to do if there’s nobody to do that? And that’s where Postmates comes to the rescue, a popular food order app: user simply opens it, chooses some of the available restaurants and food he/she wants, and then receives it from the company’s courier. Let’s see, how to create a food delivery app, similar to Postmates.

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Outsourcing risks: How to get code quality guarantees

Outsourcing risks: How to get code quality guarantees

Thanks to the spread of English language and a number of voice and text messaging tools available, the communication barrier between business owners and their offshore software development teams is less of a problem nowadays. But Quora and reddit are bursting with questions about risks associated with outsourcing IT services, in particular what code quality guarantees you get when outsourcing overseas. Let’s see into this.

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How to create a restaurant finder app like Zomato or Yelp

How to create a restaurant finder app like Zomato or Yelp

Food is one of the basic human needs, but with an emphasis modern society puts on eating healthy, sophisticated and yet quickly (we have so much to do besides eating!) restaurants are often the place to go when we need a bite. Restaurant search apps like Zomato or Yelp use a location-based approach to help you find places to eat nearby. How to create a local restaurant search app? Let’s find out.

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5 hot ideas for location-based apps

5 hot ideas for location-based apps

Foursquare was probably the first entertainment startup to introduce location-based services to the mass-market customer. Today, with Pokémon GO fueling a wave of augmented reality game app ideas, startups with a location-based touch got back into the spotlight. What location-based ideas can be used to enhance your app or fuel your startup? Let’s find out!

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