Ok, so you want to implement Apple Pay on your website? This article will uncover some pitfalls, tech-details, and gotchas of the implementation. There’s no end-to-end guide on how to implement it as there’s no such thing as a single right way to do this. The article may also help you to make a proper estimation and to communicate with your boss or client why you do need such an amount of time forjust one button.
This is work in progress. By no means over. First iteration. Enjoy! If you can…
1. Our goal is to deliver WORKING software in STAGES or iterations for which we have an agreed scope, timeline and budget (Project Management Triple Constraint). It’s an iterative process of improvement, constant work in progress – Rome was not built in one day.
On April 12th, 2016 the historic, first DevHeroes meetup gathered a crowd of software engineers who decided to combine their superpowers for that one special evening. It was hosted by Campus Warsaw, one of Google’s hubs for startup communities placed in some of the most innovative cities like London, Tel Aviv, Madrid, Sao Paolo and Seoul. Campus Warsaw is located in an old vodka factory (yes, vodka;) on the right bank of the Vistula river. This gives the place a unique atmosphere and makes it one of the favourite spots for young entrepreneurs and innovators.
We all know how important it is for your website to look well on any device (our article on RWDhere). So you may be wondering how to check the website on various devices without having to own them all. Sounds like the Lord of the Rings, but without the rings, right? 😉
Do you remember ICQ? This instant messaging software used by over 100 million people worldwide was founded in Israel in 1996! Since then a lot has happened on the Israeli startup and innovation scene. No wonder that the Tel Aviv area is sometimes called the Sillicon Wadi (Valley in Hebrew). Israel truly is The Startup Nation.
Spark Solutions team leads Spree Commerce open-source development project. We’ve proposed the new Spree Commerce development roadmap for 2016 and we are coordinating community collaboration to make Spree the best Ecommerce platform in the world.
You want to build the Next Big Thing. And you have a pretty good idea how it should work, look & feel. Great, now it’s time to find a dev team to build your MVP. But how much should your MVP cost? A freelancer will tell you it should cost $5,000 to $15,000. An experienced CTO will tell you it should cost between $50,000 and $150,000. Which one is right? Are they even talking about the same thing? No, they’re not!
SPOILER: it will cost you $50k to develop a Twitter MVP, $100k for an Instagram, $500k for a Facebook and $1M for an Uber. US dollars when hiring a US dev team.
A functionality of adding images to new or existing products is a must for any eCommerce application. This feature is also included in Spree and with a quick configuration works very well within the USA.