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Flutter: 6 Key Questions Answered

The days of software development for specific devices are fading fast. Growing ecosystem of competing mobile platforms calls for cross-platform mobile development in order to reduce the cost of product development and maintenance and also reduce time to market. Flutter, an open-source mobile app development framework, offers the promise of streamlined and simultaneous application development for both iOS and Android. New to Flutter? Let’s answer some of the big questions.

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9 Successful PWA Examples That May Inspire You

Many famous businesses, including Starbucks, The Financial Times and Pinterest, have built PWAs and reported a considerable increase in user engagement. PWA technologies can help companies gain up to 12x more users. Some progressive web app solutions require up to 300x less storage than native apps. As a continuation of our series of blog posts on PWA development, we collected 9 examples of successful PWAs that will inspire you to build one for your business.

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The New WordPress Editor: 8 Things You Need to Know About Gutenberg

WordPress has created a new editor experience – Gutenberg. You now have more possibilities to customize pages and posts without HTML expertise. Starting with WordPress version 5.0, Gutenberg will be part of the platform and the default editor (anyway, you can continue using the classic editor). We updated our copy of WP to a new version to evaluate the process of publishing content. In this blog post, we explain how the new WordPress editor will affect your experience with CMS.

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PWA Features Rock. Why Progressive Web Apps Are the Future of Web Development

Progressive Web Applications (PWAs) are continuing to gain traction. A number of brands, such as Twitter, Starbucks, and Pinterest, have reported a considerable increase in user engagement levels when they replaced legacy mobile web experiences and native apps with PWAs. Why PWA rocks? In this article, which is the second in the series of blog posts on this topic, we mention key PWA features that make progressive web apps are the future of web development, especially with respect to mobile devices. 

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The Complete Guide to PWA: Answers to Popular Questions About Progressive Web Apps

What is a PWA? PWA (progressive web app) has become a popular buzzword on the web. Instead of building complete web applications with all the features, some companies are moving toward the development of PWAs, which are a mixture of mobile and web apps. PWAs can be linked through URLs, and are both responsive and secure. However, they can also present some challenges. This article, which is the first in a series of blog posts on this topic, provides answers to 8 common questions about PWA. 

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How to Get Ready for Mobile-First Indexing?

Starting in July 2018, Google will implement mobile-first indexing, which means that websites will be ranked in Google’s index based on their mobile versions. The company’s official blog explained: “We’ll use the mobile version of the content for indexing and ranking, to better help our – primarily mobile – users find what they’re looking for”. Desktop websites will still be considered the primary version until July. 

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Dizzain Listed as a WordPress Leader in San Francisco

We’re pleased to announce our latest recognition in Clutch’s annual report of the top developers in San Francisco. They listed us as the seventh best WordPress development company in the area, alongside some great competitors. While any company may get themselves listed on Clutch for free, only the best-of-the-best may achieve leader-status in a Leaders Matrix by means of verified reviews and Clutch’s scoring methodology. 

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How to Make a Website Accessible

More than 60 million Americans have either hearing or visual troubles. Assistive technologies can help them use the web. Web accessibility is also important for users with a temporary impairment. If you sell products or offer services on the web, we offer the following crucial reasons why you should make your website accessible and tips on how to design, code, and present content for people with disabilities. 

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