Is it possible to be an entrepreneur and NOT know how to code?
You have a great idea for a product / platform / app / startup that you cannot wait to launch and sell. But before you do that, you’d have to test your idea through the minimum viable version of your product.
And to build your MVP (minimum viable product), you’d need to code, right? Wrong!
You don’t need coding chops to build your MVP. And neither do you need to beg engineers to become technical co-founders.
With a no-code MVP, you can validate your idea sooner and test if it has the potential to succeed. Let’s explore how you can convert your business idea into MVP without writing a single line of code.
MVP or minimum viable product is the first version of the product for your target audience. It essentially means the most basic version of your product you can get out for the audience.
The idea here is to focus only on enough features with which you can test your concept’s workability and then work on its continuous development based on user feedback.
Всем привет! Меня зовут Дамир. Я хотел бы рассказать о своем опыте использования библиотеки colyseus.io и что побудило меня к созданию своих собственных библиотек. Не так давно я опубликовал mosx и magx на github.
Все началось с банальной идеи написать свою онлайн игру. Так как игру планировал сделать многопользовательской, то я решил реализовать всю логику на сервере, а на клиент передавать только данные, необходимые для отображения состояния.
Поэтому мои первые шаги были в написании игровой логики и сервера. В качестве технологического стека я выбрал nodejs + express + socket.io. Достаточно быстро я понял, что вся логика должна строиться от данных (т.е. от состояния игры) и необходим механизм синхронизации этого состояния с клиентами. Тогда я открыл для себя colyseus.io — фреймворк, который как мне казалось, решал мою задачу на 100%. В нем можно было описать состояние игры, и в нем уже реализована синхронизация состояния с клиентами.
Во время разработки сервера на colyseus я осознал, что реализация меня не очень устраивает:
<repositories> <repository> <id>com.e-iceblue</id> <name>e-iceblue</name> <url>http://repo.e-iceblue.com/nexus/content/groups/public/</url> </repository> </repositories> <dependencies> <dependency> <groupId>e-iceblue</groupId> <artifactId>spire.xls.free</artifactId> <version>2.2.0</version> </dependency> </dependencies>
x = 0.1 y = 0.2 print(x + y) # 0.30000000000000004
Having a brilliant mobile app idea doesn’t mean that you will become successful tomorrow. The major component of its success is in the hands of mobile app developers. So it’s crucial to find a skilled team of engineers who will understand your plan and find the best way to bring it to life. If you are lost in a ton of mobile app development companies, this guide will help you avoid common pitfalls during the process of finding developers.
Look at the company’s portfolio, it is usually placed on their website. If there is no portfolio, the company is probably not trustworthy. While browsing the portfolio, find out if the company has expertise in technologies and industries similar to those you plan to go with. You are lucky if you also find a step-by-step description of their development process.
Analyze clients’ reviews and the company’s reaction to them. Reviews may be found by searching for “company_name reviews” or visiting popular review websites such
Are you looking for the top programming languages?
If yes, then your search ends here. If you are aspiring to become a programmer, then you must know some programming languages to stay ahead of the competition.
Various new programming languages are coming up with each passing year. Every beginner is puzzled up and looking at which programming languages they should learn.
As the software industry is changing, with every new release, it is a bit difficult to find the best programming language. You have to be careful while selecting programming languages, as this will affect your career and job types.
So, here I have listed the top 10 Programming Languages you must know for future perspective.
This is a tutorial for creating a login system with the help of HTML, PHP, and MySQL. Your website needs to be dynamic and your visitors need to have instant access to it. Therefore, they want to log in as many times as possible. The login authentication system is very common for any web application. It allows registered users to access the website and members-only features. It is also helpful when we want to store information for users. It covers everything from shopping sites, educational sites, and membership sites, etc.
This tutorial is covered in 4 parts.
In this part, We will create a signup system that allows users to create a new account to the system. Our first step is to create a HTML registration form. The form is pretty simple to create. It only asks for a name, email, password, and confirm password. Email addresses will be unique for every user. Multiple accounts for the same email address are not allowed. It will show an error message to the users who try to create multiple accounts with the same email address.
> abc ['abc', 'a.bc', 'ab.c', 'a.b.c']
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In Python, List comprehension is a technique of creating a new list using other iterables and in fewer lines of codes. The iterable object which can be used in this technique can be any data structure like list, tuple, set, string, and dictionary, etc. An iterable created by using range() function can also be used here.
The syntax used in list comprehension generally contains three segments:
#list comprehension syntax list = [tranform_func(i) for i in iterable if filters] #which is equivalent to... for i in iterator: if filters: list.append(tranform_func(i))
Throughout the world, companies large and small alike are increasingly adding, expanding, and modernizing their electronic data interchange (EDI) communications. If you need to meet partner EDI mandates or wish to capture the many benefits afforded by EDI connectivity with more of your partners, you can take several approaches to EDI. Two of the most popular include value-added networks (VANs) and direct EDI (typically via AS2).
If you're new to EDI, you may be wondering what these options entail and which is right for your business. If you've been operating EDI for some time, you may be considering whether now is the time to switch. Let's dive in and explore the advantages and disadvantages of direct EDI with AS2 vs. VANs.