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How To Build An App Like Pinterest

Pinterest began as a small startup website in 2010 with just a few thousand users. Since then, the visual bookmarking application has grown into a tech powerhouse with 400+ million monthly users, serving over 200 billion pins scattered across 4 billion boards and counting. No small feat for a company

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The Fastest & Cheapest Ways to Hire a Developer

For many, finding dedicated developers has never been a simple task. When your in-house talent is pushed to their limits, turning to outside specialists is the next best option when hiring developers. However, many companies still struggle to determine how they will meet their demands for new IT talent.  To

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The 5 Fastest-Growing Education Apps For 2021

The invention of smartphones and tablets has revolutionized how people go about their every day-to-day life. One study conducted by the Pew Research Center recently discovered that over 5 billion people worldwide own mobile devices. That number is expected to continue to rise sharply over the coming years. With so

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How To Build An App Like Duolingo

Duolingo came on the scene in 2011 operating as a teach and translate language learning app. It has since transformed into a $700+ million business, and become the first EdTech app to top $140 Million in annual revenue.    Pretty good numbers, for a language learning app that still doesn’t charge

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How to Automate iOS & Android App Builds Using Fastlane & GitHub

Mobile app development is one of our core competencies here at Rootstrap, and we embrace best practices for development and delivery just as much as we do for backend and web applications. As Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery requires maintaining multiple backend environments (Development, QA, Staging, Production), with fully automated deployments to

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How To Build An App Like Uber

Since Uber’s first ride request in 2010, the tech giant’s innovative engineers have revolutionized the rideshare industry. Fast forward to 2021, and withstanding a global pandemic, the company is now valued at over $15 billion. These are impressive numbers for what started out as a simple idea that quickly became

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Scope functions in Kotlin

The Kotlin standard library contains several functions whose sole purpose is to execute a block of code within the context of an object. When you call such a function on an object with a lambda expression provided, it forms a temporary scope. In this scope, you can access the object

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