Development,Ruby on Rails,Startups

Why We Build Your Web Applications and Startups Using Ruby on Rails

Steven Yap   4 Nov , 2015  

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People commonly asked us why we use Ruby on Rails and not other frameworks like Python Django, Java Spring, etc. Many people would expect a framework feature-by-feature comparison answer from us and sadly, we do not really provide that. What we usually share is the culture, community and thinking of the Ruby on Rails community that makes it the winning combination for web applications and startups.

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Agile Process,Business,Development,Startups

The Importance of Minimum Viable Product (MVP) to Startups

ChangSheng Sze Tho   22 Oct , 2015  

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When planning for development for your startup, how are you going to prioritise your development? Do it with an the intent to build a MVP. Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is a product that has core features for early adopters and the limited group of initial users of a product. Wikipedia has a comprehensive explanation of what exactly MVP is.

 

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Agile Process,Startups

Why Startups Projects Fare Better With Agile Development

ChangSheng Sze Tho   29 Jul , 2015  

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Startups survival rates are brutal, particularly in the tech sector. According to Startup Genome, a staggering 92% of startups fail within 3 years of being launched. It is important that startups do not just wait and change, but instead continuously adapt to meet ever-changing market needs.

Startups face a plethora of challenges early on, including funding, user acquisition, scaling, developing a sustainable monetisation strategy and finding the right developer and customer management. More…

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Startups

A Great Business idea? ‘Addle’ it

ChangSheng Sze Tho   14 Jan , 2015  

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With the ease of PIC and ICV grant, many individuals are coming out to develop business ideas.
While some individuals stick to their ideas unless they gained success, some take these grants and work on their business ideas to gain experience and learn from their findings. Your business idea might have the life in it to become a big business like Amazon or E-bay, but only the right approach can make it successful.  More…

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