Why Should You Use Magento For Ecommerce?

 

Magento is a strong ecommerce open source framework written in PHP. Among other names that are popular for development of ecommerce websites such as Drupal, WordPress and Joomla, Magento has emerged as the most preferred choice of audience.

WordPress or Magento? Pick Your Platform Wisely

WordPress may seem to…

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How Frequently Should you Roll Out Mobile App Updates?

The advent of smartphones has brought about a significant change in the lifestyle of mobile phone users. Use of laptops and desktops is diminishing with an overhaul of convenience provided by smartphones. Any sort of task that requires a user to work on laptop is now possible…

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Essential Elements to Create Elevator Pitch for your Mobile Application

 

An idea drives an app. But sometimes having an idea is not enough, it is critical to have an elevator pitch. For those wondering what an elevator pitch is all about- in a nutshell it your app’s mission statement.

Crafting an effective elevator pitch will help you take…

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4 UX Elements for Engaging and Interactive Chatbots

Chatbot has been quite successful in creating a buzz among online businesses in its efforts to take customer experience to the next level. Users have high expectations from Artificial Intelligence (AI) powered chatbot. This entitles businesses to design a chatbot that has the potential to make a…

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What’s New in MongoDB 3.4? How will it Improve your Database Experience?

MongoDB is not unknown to anyone who lives and breathes technology. Being one the most preferred databases of developers, the new update of MongoDB comes as important news. What are the possible reasons for favoritism of this database?

The following list is not exhaustive that could explain the…

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