Automate Fabric Beta distribution with Fastlane

Mateusz Tylman on 5 September 2018

Managing the publishing new versions of beta applications can be a pain. You must remember about updating the version’s number, setting up the right target or choosing specific emails from the list on Fabric. It’s easy to forget about one of these things when the newest version of the app is ready. That’s why I decided to use the fantastic Fastlane tool which enabled me to fully automate those actions.

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How would a software house serve you if it were a restaurant?

Kasia Wolska on 2 August 2018

Depending on the organizational culture of a given company and the nature of the service offered, the customer service processes differ. If you want to work with a software house, beware: the customer-contractor relationship is even more unique (as the level of complexity of the service is very high).

Therefore, if you want to develop your digital product and you haven’t worked with a software house before, we recommend you to read our allegory.

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How to create your own Pod?

Piotr Łopata on 19 July 2018

Everyone who comes into contact with programming for iOS or macOS has certainly heard the term CocoaPods. It’s a so-called dependency manager, which allows you to add libraries to your project in a simple and pleasant way. It is so popular that almost every public library is available through the use of CocoaPods. We often create our own components, extensions that we use in many projects. Maintaining such physical files is very inefficient. The solution may be to create your own Pod, which will introduce order and automation

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Native vs Hybrid – what kind of mobile application to choose?

Michał Winkler on 3 July 2018

hybrid vs native app

It is impossible to clearly state which solution is better (without taking the business goals into account), it is possible to compare them. It is important to pay attention to the fact that various hybrid platforms can bring different results, e.g. Ionic’s quality significantly deviates from native applications, whereas React Native, which compiles itself to the native code, works much better.

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How to take care of the UX of your website – the 10 universal rules

Appchance on 5 June 2018

The subject of User Experience should be of interest to anybody who cares about optimizing the traffic on the website. Taking care of users’ experience during using your website works positively for conversion, so e.g. the purchase, newsletter signup, sharing the content or sending an offer request. In this article, we list 10 universal UX rules that you need to take into account while designing your website.

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How to increase mobile app retention? Six proven methods.

Appchance on 24 May 2018

Applications are aimed at building a long-term relationship with returning users. Therefore, work on retention and ways to increase it should start at the design stage of the application. If paid promotion turns out to be the only source of retention in practice, it is definitely worth looking for the reasons for the low return of users in the application itself and implement the appropriate changes.

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Our Innovation Design Workshop in London

Kasia Wolska on 15 May 2018

Huckletree Workshop

We hosted Innovation Design Workshop at Huckletree coworking space. We came together with engineers, designers, managers to work on real-life projects. Using design thinking methods we wanted to gain a bird’s eye view of the experience we’re all providing to our customers. We asked a sequence of questions trying to find the right answers. We worked in three-person groups in order to come up with new ideas for our existing offerings.

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