Technology

Why do we consider flexibility and project guarantee as key prerequisites for every development project?

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In 2019, there were almost 24 million software developers worldwide, and most of them used JavaScript as their main programming language. With the dynamic nature of the technology landscape, you need a partner that can understand your requirements and address your modernization needs. Thankfully, here at Roweb Development, we have a wealth of experience in […]

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Dedicated team model: our approach (interview + case studies)

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Goodfirms asked us, recently, for an interview regarding our dedicated team services. It was a great opportunity to remember how we started in 2004 and how we’ve got to grow our portfolio and expand our teams. Even if our interview seemed to end (classically) with a full-stop, our story about projects, people, and choices is […]

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5 payment trends to look out for in 2021

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The global pandemic has forever changed how people think about paying for things. Prior to COVID-19, one might have argued that few thought about it at all. How we pay for goods and services is often a matter of habit, conditioning, and familiarity. As a result, a material change to payment behaviors often involves a […]

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How to define your mobile app budget: 3 essential things you must take into account across budgeting a mobile app development project

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As with any topic that involves money, the mobile app budget is a sensitive subject. Are you wondering: how much should you invest in app development? what should you expect in return? when is the right moment to start developing a mobile app? who should take care of your mobile project development? Well, breath in […]

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The impact of apps’ innovation: Where can technology replace humans? (and where it can’t)

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What are the first things that cross your mind when you think about apps’ innovation? Smart features and functions? IoT? Streamlined experiences? Virtual reality? High responsiveness to contextual/specific needs? Synced assets across every user? The apps’ power becomes greater every day (that’s for sure). Creativity is unlimited (literally), while technology evolution is at high speed. […]

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Custom vs. Off-the-Shelf Business Application Development 6 questions and answers to help you choose

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Any enterprise that reached a certain development level found itself pendulating in this choice: off-the-shelf software or custom software? Which would it be better to use to develop the business even more? What is off-the-shelf software? Once installed on your company’s IT devices, it is a software solution and is ready to use. What is […]

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How To Outsource Software Development:
A step-by-step guide for getting the right team for your projects

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You have to develop a new digital solution or update and extend an existing one (software, mobile app, etc.). Outsourcing or in-house? Which suits your interests best? This article aims to guide you step-by-step for understanding how to outsource your projects’ development at the right time with the right team.   #1 How do you […]

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Build-Analyze-Optimize-Adapt-Extend:
the story behind WHISE (our longest standing project)

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Building a complex but robust solution, able to integrate intuitive management tools within reach for over 600 real estate companies – sounds like a successful project, right? And so it is! Still, this was only the beginning of “dedicated team”-based project development. If you already read our previous blog stories (the article about VMS 365 […]

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#WomenInTechField | #WomenInRoweb

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It’s March already? In that case, this month is more about women in general, and it’s mostly about Roweb’s women in IT. So, excuse me, gentlemen, if this article doesn’t seem to take you into account. (But let’s be fair – you are experiencing March months for a while. So, you are, somehow, trained to […]

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