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Many Digital Agencies are winning with Remote Developers. Here are the ways to do it at your own.
If you own or manage a digital agency, you would agree to the point that hiring the appropriate talent is critical to your success. But hiring the most suitable developer isn’t that easy as demand often exceeds the supply of talent in many cities.
Many agencies have started hiring remote developers to overcome the shortage. These agencies are getting ahead of the competition by ensuring they have their required talent to help their clients.
According to current research 20% (or 1 in 5) of agencies are virtual and over 80% of them agreeing that using remote employees improves productivity.
There was a time when people used to travel around the world with guide books, maps and different awkward printed material; that era has died out. The future is always on: it is portable and always in your pocket in the form of a smartphone or a tablet.
As a result, the relationship between travel and technology has become closer than ever, with more and more businesses turning to mobile apps to promote their services and reach customers in a more personal way.
The travel and tourism are a huge 6.3 trillion dollar industry according to the 2015 statistics. A huge part of this success has been played by mobile apps. As the partnership between the tourism industry and technology grows, both of them have earned several grand slams and much more are on the way.
If you are thinking of developing a mobile app, an important decision is to decide whether you want to a native app or a hybrid one. Choosing to use native or hybrid mobile application is always the pain for everyone who wants to make their mobile apps.
From our experience working with mobile app development we have narrated following inputs which we feel will be useful for you make a decision.
Native apps are specific to a given mobile platform (iOS or Android) using the development tools and language that the respective platform supports (e.g., Xcode and Objective-C with iOS, Eclipse and Java with Android). With Native apps, you have complete control over features you want to implement in an app. In terms of overall performance which includes look and feel, using device features etc. Native app is best.