In this blog, I will try to cover every aspect of headless CMS so that you have complete information required to choose the perfect CMS system for your application.
So without further ado, let’s get started –
What is headless CMS?
A headless CMS is nothing different from a traditional headless CMS. The only difference between the two is that the headless CMS lacks the display layer or the front-end user experience.
This gives the developers the flexibility to deliver content beyond websites and mobile applications such as smart watches, IoT devices, and even for Virtual Reality (VR) headsets.
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These days, the question of how to make a booking app for hotel rooms is quite relevant for diverse groups of people. The success stories of such mammoths as Airbnb and Booking.com have pushed the eTravel industry forward stimulating a phenomenal growth. In fact, this is why not only hospitality professionals are wondering how to create a booking app but many startuppers and entrepreneurs from various industries too.
This article is written with the intent to help you create a booking app and make this process less questionable. I'm going to guide you through the hotel booking app market, show the most suitable basic and additional features, monetization models, and many more.
Dating app development can be both profitable for you and a good solution for people that want to find a soulmate. So check this article out to see how to build your dating app.
How to create a dating app
To give you a hint on how to create a dating app, follow these steps below:
Step 1. Study the functionality principle of the dating app
Step 2. Analyze main benefits before you build a dating app
Step 3. Create the structure and design of a dating app
Step 4. Use a right tech stack to create dating app
Step 5. Add MVP features to your dating app
Step 6. Choose your monetization way
Build an app structure and design
When we have listed main benefits, we can proceed directly to the development process and start with making a dating app structure. Let's see how to do it!
Choose a catching name
'Catching' word is the most appropriate word in this case. People need to remember the name of your service, it should be short and associative so users will be able to hear it once and remember forever. Word of mouth will also work here since users will share the name of your app with their friends.
Determine your target audience
What is the age range of users you create an app for? Of course, you can create a general dating app that can meet the requirements of both youth and an older generation. Ok, then, what will be a distinctive feature of your app? It will be similar to other counterparts and you will gain nothing. So, it would be a better option to create an app for a specific audience, a specific region and so on. It will help your app stand out from the crowd and achieve a success.
Make an amazing UI/UX design
The interface of the app should be catchy as well so users will feel positive when they start using it. Keep up with a simple principle - build simple and intuitive design. Users want to deal with a clear UX that is not extremely unique and that isn't confusing. As for UI, bright colors and clear buttons will surely be adopted well by users. Don't complicate - and you will succeed!
Deal with a marketing plan
Apart from good design and the right target audience, you shouldn't ignore brand promotion and increase your customer base when you create your own dating app. That is why you should create a marketing plan and think over each step to increase customers' loyalty and engage more users to your app. Marketing plan plays a very important role in the brand promotion and it should be competent, so mind it.
So when you decide on how to make a dating app for Android or iOS, these 4 simple steps will help you create an overall structure of your dating app and promote it wisely.
Software bugs can lead not only to material losses, but also can damage human's health. For example, actors on the stage of a theatre can get injured if suddenly one of the scenery begins to go down on the stage at the wrong time. However, the connection between the errors in code and the health damage of medical software is more obvious. Let's talk about this topic.
This article focuses on the teams of developers who create the programs for a medical equipment. I hope they will not stay indifferent and will check their code. Let's recall two famous cases where errors in programs, related to medicine, became the reason for bad news.
Firstly, it is a series of tragic events caused by the errors in the Therac-25 device of radiation therapy. This device has caused at least six overdoses of radiation within the period from June 1985 to January 1987, some patients received doses of tens of thousands of rad. At least two people died directly from the radiation overdoses. Software bugs of the device were the reason of the tragedies and the main problem was the incorrect security strategy.
Not so long ago one of our colleagues left the team and joined one company developing software for embedded systems. There is nothing extraordinary about it: in every firm people come and go, all the time. Their choice is determined by bonuses offered, the convenience aspect, and personal preferences. What we find interesting is quite another thing. Our ex-colleague is sincerely worried about the quality of the code he deals with in his new job. And that has resulted in us writing a joint article. You see, once you have figured out what static analysis is all about, you just don't feel like settling for "simply programming".
Today I want to offer to umumble lovers this small set of applications that are intended to increase productivity while working with the frontend. If you will not find your favorite app here, then you are very welcome to make some comments!
This beautiful form builder helps you to create the most marvelous CSS login boxes and other input items in very short time. Besides the forms on the website of this project, you can create other equally beautiful CSS elements including buttons and ribbons.
I'm joking about Linux, of course. Nevertheless, this question really interests me. I understand that systems they work on in Microsoft are large and complex. I know very well that bugs may be detected by users only some time later after release. But I don't understand how can one simply not notice obvious bugs in the tools the developers themselves are meant to use regularly?
A few words about classic mistakes to start with. Everything's clear about them: developers may well miss them because they are not the end users. A good example of this is an error in one of the Microsoft Visio versions. It was the 2010 version, I suppose. When you started typing text in Russian into a Basic Flowchart block, it was being typed back to front. I can understand it. Someone has mixed up things and decided that words are written from right to left in the Russian language. Russian and Arabic are absolutely the same, or very similar at least. There were no Russians among testers, and the error got into the release version. I can understand this case.
I decided to fool around a bit with the plugin and the picture to attract your attention. A whole lot of articles on programming regularly appear on the Internet, but most of them are unfortunately brief and all about nothing. But we are sure that our material is extremely useful, and it will be a pity if it remains unnoticed. We tell our users in every detail about how to develop plugins in C# for the Visual Studio 2005/2008/2010/2012 development environment. This material is based on our own experience and describes some subtleties you won't read anywhere about.
Here are seven tools that can significantly simplify the life of a web developer, coder or designer.
This is a tool for selecting fonts. Wordmark.it allows you to see how a sentence looks like with all the fonts installed on the computer. It downloads quickly and has convenient filters. Unfortunately, there is no way to set the background color and letters.
I have little experience (summarily I have been working as a programmer nearly for 16 months), nevertheless, I would like to give some tips to myself in the past, or in other words, to those who are studding now at the university and planning to become a software developer. I do not have a claim on wisdom or experience on no account. While thinking a little, I understand that all these tips are very actual for me more than ever too. I published the first note in my blog last year, and now I am publishing here the list expanded with tips of the readers of this blog.
All tips are independent and their order does not matter.