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We share what we have learned to help your digital business succeed. Here you will find blog posts, ebooks, or market studies written by our business analysts, product designers, engineering team, or company leaders.

Expected results:

1. Investing 5 minutes to read about Business Analysis may save you 1.000.000 euro.

2. Making the right technology decision between React or Vue for frontend might affect your business to become a scale-up and serve high-load of users.

3. Multiply your customer loyalty x5 thanks value-driven discovery workshops.

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Latest posts
React vs Vue in 2020. Differentiators Worth To Compare
Typically, the most popular solutions are created by large software companies that provide permanent support, maintenance, and build community. A similar case is with React, created by Facebook, and Vue.js, by Every You. Both are under the MIT license that allows using them in professional software development for commercial usage. Here, we focus on objective criteria to compare React vs Vue.  
27.07.2020, 7 min read
Marta Zażlak
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React vs Vue in 2020. What is the best choice?
In this blog post, you’ll learn about making the right choices through comparing two popular front-end frameworks, Vue and React, by a set of objective criteria. You will find it useful if you are to make a technology decision and want to understand what main differences are between React and Vue-based solutions.
16.07.2020, 7 min read
Marta Zażlak
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Quickstart for testing your react app with react-testing-library
You're aware of the importance of writing tests for your React app, but it can sometimes be challenging to get started. There are numerous questions about the approach, libraries, implementation, and more, which can be overwhelming and discourage us from writing tests. In this article, I aim to provide practical ways to begin writing tests for your React app, achieve good coverage, and keep the process simple and scalable.
16.12.2019, 10 min read
Adam Mruk
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Let's make the Sudoku generator library in Kotlin
My wife’s a huge fan of the Sudoku puzzle, so I thought I would make a mobile app for her. In this post, I’m going to create the Sudoku generator library as a first step to accomplish my main goal. The library will be written in Kotlin and panda is here, just because I found it funny.
16.10.2019, 12 min read
Grzegorz Pijański
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Trello Stats - Track productivity in a simple way
Tracking teams' productivity has always been a challenge. The Trello tool helps organize work and complete tasks efficiently. However, understanding how to interpret the completed cards is crucial for assessing your team's efficiency. In this article, I will delve into the concept behind Trello Stats, discussing the challenges I faced as a front-end developer and sharing the lessons I learned along the way.
15.10.2019, 7 min read
Adrian Capitta
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Build your first smart contract on Ethereum
With this article, you will find out how to create your first smart contract with Solidity and run your code online or on your local environment. So let’s set off on a journey and have fun!
03.07.2019, 9 min read
Ewelina Klisowska
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Keep IT clean - coding good practices: naming
This is the second post in a series of articles about broadly defined clean code. If you missed the first part of the series, which discusses comments, you can find it here. In this post, you can learn about another factor that impacts the quality of a developer's code: naming. I will provide a comprehensive list of dos and don'ts related to the current topic.
24.06.2019, 10 min read
Grzegorz Pijański
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Moving from Android mobile development to Java web development
Here are a few thoughts on transitioning from Android development to Java web development. These thoughts may be somewhat informal, but they are shaped by my own experience as a programmer who, after 1.5 years, shifted from Android development to creating a backend in Java. I encourage you to read this if you are contemplating such a change in your career path.
12.06.2019, 4 min read
Grzegorz Pijański
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Gradle, multi-project builds explained
In this article, I will aim to explore and explain some of the most frequently used Gradle features. My focus will primarily be on multi-project builds, as this is the prevalent type of Gradle build you encounter. To facilitate comprehension, I'll provide substantial code examples to illustrate the concepts and solutions. Without further ado, let's dive into the critical aspects.
05.06.2019, 6 min read
Łukasz Gosiewski
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