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I dove into Appcelerator Titanium as a novice developer with very little experience in Javascript. I put an app in the Apple App Store within a few months by working nights and weekends. If you (1) want to write code, (2) want a native app, and (3) don't have prior experience with Objective C or ...

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Just like most things, the answer is a bit of an "it depends" situation. Generally speaking the more your app functionality/features/experience is tied to calls and SMS then the more probabilistic it is you should need to test the interruptions. FWIW my firm has helped launch dozens of mobile ...

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I come across this question daily with my clients. From experience, it's usually best to go Hybrid on your first iteration. It all boils down to validating your product and getting traction. Your quickest way to do that is to put a product out in the market quick. Most frameworks for Hybrid a...

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amazing question. Relevant to me right as I look for a developer myself. There are not a lot of people looking for app developers, so ads would have been the last thing I would have suggested. An easily scalable business model is to hire local sales contractors to find and funnel leads thems...

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If you are aiming on iOS and Android with Windows Phone 7/8 as a plus you should use C# as the language and Xamarin Studio as the IDE/Framework. You may also choose to use Visual Studio on Windows as an option. Take a look on their website: http://www.xamarin.com Even Microsoft is using Xamar...

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It's generally not worth supporting additional languages at launch. Why add extra work when you don't even know if the network will take-off in English? Best to minimize the complexity for launch.

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Typically Apple and Google will consider coins and credits a type of digital currency. Under their terms and services these types of products in an application must be transacted through the AppStore and Play Store so they get the 30% cut. When I worked for Groupon, building their Android appli...

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If you're just working on an MVP you can use a freelancer sight like Upwork, but you have to be careful in your hiring. 1) Post a job stating everyone that applies should give you their github / bitbucket username and Trello username. 2) For the top 5 most promising people to apply, give them a...

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It's hard to fully understand the background of your question, but in general, it sounds like you want this company to start a pilot program with your service. To get them to be willing to start a new pilot program with your service, you'll need to make something that solves the problems that exi...

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