Posts about Mvp

why do you need an mvp

Development  MVP 

Minimum Viable Product: What Is It and Why Do You Need One?
A Minimum Viable Product (MVP) paves the way for the successful creation of many software products. An MVP lets you gauge the demand and test your idea without the risk of sinking significant resources into full...
Maja Nowak
What is a proof of concept

Product Design  Business  MVP 

Proof of Concept: What Is it and How to Build It
In the world of software development, every product starts with an idea that’s later tested and eventually turned into a fully-functional result that can then support real-life users. A Proof of Concept can be seen as...
Maja Nowak
product market fit

Business  Development  MVP 

How To Find Product/Market Fit Once You Released Your MVP
Many technology startups fail because they waste too much time and money building things no one needs. 90% of startups end up collapsing, and the majority of them do so because they lack product/market fit.
Karolina Gawron

React Native  MVP  Mobile Development  Flutter 

Flutter vs React Native for Mobile Development—What to Choose in 2022?
Do you want to build a sleek mobile app quickly and efficiently? Then you've probably heard about two leading frameworks - Flutter and React Native. But what's the difference between them? Which one is better for...
Krzysztof Len
prototyping software development

Product Design  Business  Development  MVP  User Experience 

Software Prototype - Why It Is Essential and How to Build It?
Imagine you are developing your next big project. Let’s say it is a Web app that will be used by thousands of people and will take months to develop. This means a lot of billable hours for your developers, designers,...
Karolina Kurcwald

Business  MVP  Agile 

A 4-step Guide To Validate Your Product Idea Without Investing In Development
An aspiring entrepreneur I’ve recently consulted told me that she’s done coding. As she’s a great programmer, I asked her what’s wrong. She was a capable technical co-founder, but, as it often turned out, she was too...
Kamil Nicieja
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