Tag: app development
Avoiding the traps of low-code apps
Interest in low code apps is booming. This is generally good news as there’s a lot of value to tap into. However, with the popularity of these new tools is a hidden cost, the likes of which we have seen before. Rhys Glidden, Client Director at Enlighten Designs, takes us through the potential risks of low/no code apps and how to sidestep the traps that businesses often fall into.
Vend founder backs young Kiwi startup for international expansion
EasyRent, a New Zealand-based, double-sided and completely digital rental marketplace, is about to cross the ditch to Australia to build product loyalty with Gen Z.
How to architect an app from zero
Let’s state it simply: A mobile app architecture is simply the codes developers use to create an effectively-structured application.
“We want to be every Kiwi’s independent, digital coach into their first home”
First Home Coach says property buying stats only tell half the story, and it’s the people who don’t crack that first home purchase they’re here to help. Their newly launched, completely free, digital coaching app does just that.
“One bizarre year” – Inside the health tech response to Covid
The health sector wasn't prepared for a major pandemic. But it managed to mount a response to Covid-19 that has laid the groundwork for a new approach to public health.
Why reinvent the wheel? Low and no-code approaches and the rise of citizen developers
The urgency to speed up application development and a software development skills-shortage is fueling the rise of low and no-code platforms. New Zealand companies are taking notice.