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Posts by Oskar Mieczkowski

Mobile Development 

What are Native, Hybrid, and PWA mobile apps, and which should you choose?
The first choice you must make when building a cross-platform application is: should it be developed as a progressive web app, hybrid, or native mobile app. All these solutions have their merits and flaws, but don’t...
Oskar Mieczkowski

React Native 

Six React Native Apps Worth Watching in 2021
Five years ago, in 2016, React Native was presented to the mainstream audience. Released by Facebook and based on already popular React, the framework made a massive impact on the development world. React Native’s way...
Oskar Mieczkowski

Python 

Python for mobile apps – is it a good choice?
Python is an extremely popular programming language, the third most popular in the world, according to the TIOBE index. It is widely used in scientific and numeric computing, education, and web development, and you...
Oskar Mieczkowski

Development 

6 Successful Strategies in Building MedTech Software
Businesses around the world undergo digital transformation virtually every day. In 2021, investing in process automation, company culture change, and innovative digital product development seems necessary. The rising...
Oskar Mieczkowski
flask vs django

Development 

Flask vs Django – which one to choose and when?
When you’re looking for a Python framework to build a Web app, two options stand out: lightweight Flask and comprehensive Django. Both are successful high-level Python Web frameworks. Both are widely used by successful...
Oskar Mieczkowski
React vs React Native - Which one to choose?

React  React Native 

React vs React Native – which one to choose and when?
React (or React JS) and React Native share the name for a good reason: the latter is based on the former. Both introduced by Facebook, are open-sourced frameworks working with Javascript. Surprisingly, developers use...
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