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How to Validate Your Mobile App Idea & Launch It Successfully?

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Over the last couple of years, we have noticed that thousands of applications are submitted to the Apple App Store and Google Play Store daily. Being successful entrepreneurs, we wanted our mobile app to be popular and secured its place in the long term, generating revenue, and have the love of users.

For many of you all, the first step must be starting to develop an application without any market research. Developing an application without research a market is like driving a car at night with the lights turned off; therefore, the chances are high that you will face an accident.

Time Management Secrets of an Efficient Engineer

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Sometimes I wish I was a vampire, or at least a werewolf. It would probably make this whole work-life balance thing people talk about easier. But unfortunately, I’m only human, which means I have to sleep, and I only get 24 hours per day, just like everyone else.

Subtract six or more hours for sleep, and I’m stuck with a measly 18-ish hours for work and play. Unfortunately, this just isn’t enough for an ambitious freelance software engineer, or is it?

Amazing Features Of .Net

Are you looking out for a career in software developing or web designing? Learning .Net software framework can surely boost your career. The .NET framework is a perfect choice when it comes to delivering multiple web based applications. Complex applications look easier on .Net, and it enables development of both web and desktop based applications in a faster and easier way. It has a very versatile and dynamic library which ensures top level security and rapid development simultaneously.

 

How to Build a Multilingual App

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Whether you are building a website or a full-fledged web application, making it accessible to a wider audience often requires it to be available in different languages and locales.

Fundamental differences between most human languages make this anything but easy. The differences in grammar rules, language nuances, date formats, and more combine to make localization a unique and formidable challenge.

Consider this simple example.

Rules of pluralization in English are pretty straightforward: you can have a singular form of a word or a plural form of a word.