Firebase integration for Golang

Since Golang is considering a lightweight programming language and Firebase is the next-generation Backend-as-a-Service, we think it could be a savvy combination to develop with ease both performant and secure microservices or stand-alone projects. Here are several advantages that could convince you to try this combo. When it comes to Golang, it is as speedy …

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by Costi on February 27, 2018


5 web development trends to look up in 2018

For succeeding in digital-based industries it’s vital to accept tech changes and ride along with it. You can do this by exploring tomorrow’s trends and seeking to integrate them into your business plan. And, when it comes to web development trends, sometimes they change faster than they can be implemented. That’s why it is important …

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by Costi on February 2, 2018


3 reasons why you should grow with Golang

Why Golang became the way for many companies? Let’s start answering to this question through an imagination exercise. Did you ever confront with that kind of frustration of dealing with complexity generated by very large teams of people working on very large pieces of software written languages with large feature sets? Well, as you might …

In Blog, Business, Golang

by Costi on January 17, 2018

App monetization 101

App Monetization Strategy 101: How to Set Your App for Success

The first rule to find a good mobile app monetization strategy is that there is no one-size-fits-all kind of solution. If you’ve landed on this page looking for that, there is no miracle we can work out for you. But if you have an app idea and you’re thinking of turning it into reality, there …

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by Costi on November 22, 2017


How to install a .pxf windows ssl certificate on your linux web server

Windows uses .pfx for a PKCS #12 file. PFX stands for Personal eXhange Format. This is like a bag containing multiple cryptographic information. It can store private keys, certificate chains, certificates and root authority certificates. It is password protected to preserve the integrity of the contained data. In order to install it on our apache/nginx …

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by Andrei Grijincu on September 22, 2017

Android vs. iOS App Development: A Comparison & Decision Guide

Android vs. iOS App Development: A Comparison & Decision Guide [Infographic]

There’s a revolution in mobile app development happening right now with the number of apps available for download in major app stores being at an all-time high. App developers are burying themselves in work, creating the latest software applications for mobile devices and hoping that their creations make enough money for them at Apple’s App …

In Blog, iOS Development

by Costi on September 20, 2017


How to Setup Docker for Your Symfony Project

As you probably know, I am a big Symfony fan 🙂 In the last few years I used Vagrant to set up my Symfony development environment more or less as described here. But we now have Docker and it’s time to move forward with a new setup. Docker containers are generally more lightweight than Vagrant virtual …

In Blog, PHP and Symfony

by Dragos Holban on September 18, 2017

golang, middleware, negroni

Using Negroni middleware in Golang for specific routes with httprouter

In the last days I’ve played a little bit with negroni middleware and httprouter router. I found that the documentation about how can we use negroni middlewares for specific routes with httprouter is pretty poor. So I decided to write this article to share with you what I’ve found. Negroni is an idiomatic approach to …

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by Laurentiu Craciun on September 7, 2017