In spite of the time we all spend on our computers these days, mobile app usage is overtaking the desktop: 51% of total time spent online in the US is on a mobile device. With this trend comes a challenge: how can your developers come up to speed fast enough to build cross-platform mobile apps, including all the types of devices in the hands—or on the wrists—of your users?
When you first hear about microservices architecture it sounds daunting. What is microservices architecture? How does it work within our software development process? If I do decide to go this route, how do I even begin? Is it the right fit for my organization, solution, or product? Won’t it take a massive amount of development effort to build all… Read More
A microservices approach breaks down your application into smaller, modular components that align with business capabilities. This allows development work on the application to directly align with functionality prioritized by business value. — Microservices architecture can be thought of as specialized mini applications that each serve a single business function. They are compartmentalized and self contained. All domain… Read More