At the snowy winter evening on 24th of January we went to our west neighborhood, to show Mobeelizer at the Berlin Tech Meetup. It is the largest technology Meetup in Germany, having around 1,5k members.

The rules were pretty simple – we have to demonstrate our product, we had for it only 5 minutes, but as opposed to other similar events – there is no Power Point rule. So it was a little bit challenging to show the complexity of Mobeelizer in an easy way, so that everybody understand it, and in the same time doesn’t have the feeling that is a simple app.  Continue reading

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Have you already followed Java Advanced Tutorial? If not, you definitely should, because there is another one based on it, which help you understand how to resolve conflicts manualy. Continue reading

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2012 was called a year of mobile. The question is „Is that it? Has it ended?” I can convince you that NOT AT ALL. The prediction for a year 2013 is a continuation of mobile, but is going to be focused on the business. It will be a year of enterprise application. By some people, it’s called „the new age enterprise”. Continue reading

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The contention about what is better mobile web app or mobile native app will never end. In my opinion this controversy is totally pointless. But before I get to the conclusion I want to show you the differences and some pros and cons of each of them.

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Open Source products have as many followers as opponents. In this article, you don’t find any essay, who have right. I think the suitability of Open Source is best determined on a case-by-case basis. On the internet you can find many articles about pros of Open Source solutions. Continue reading

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