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At Sibers, we often develop custom educational solutions. In order to share, we showcase the last ten years’ evolution of e-learning trends through our selected projects
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Pixel-by-pixel design implementation for mobile apps: what is it, why is it so expensive, and can you do without it?
Say you’re ready to start developing your application. You have an idea and the budget to fund it – so what’s next? In this whitepaper we are reasoning on what the main ways are to find a suitable outsourcing provider, disclose the inside mechanics of the estimation process from the provider's point of view and discuss special aspects of development and the cost of the most widespread apps' elements.
So, what is outsourcing? Outsourcing is contracting with another company or person to do a particular function. Almost every organization outsources in some way. Typically, the function being outsourced is considered non-core to the business. An insurance company, for example, might outsource its janitorial and landscaping operations to firms...