MVP is one of the best tools to validate your product or startup idea without taking too much risk. This article will teach you how to build an MVP the right way. Learn what to do, what to avoid and how to test if your or startup idea is worth pursuing.
Creating something new is always risky. Fortunately, there is a way to lower this risk. How? You can build an MVP, or minimum viable product, and test your idea first. This article will teach you the first three steps to build an MVP, the right way.
Building a great product is easier when you learn from other great products. As the saying goes, success leaves clues. This mini series will reveal to you some of these clues. Learn the best practices of product development from successful products such as Snapchat, Slack, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook. Then, use this knowledge and build something… Continue reading How to Build a Great Product – Lessons from Snapchat, Slack & Instagram Pt.3
Can you build a great product on the first try? Are there some best practices that will help you achieve this? This mini series will try to give you the answers on these questions and help you build a great product. Learn from successful products such as Snapchat, Slack, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Spotify and Pinterest.
Have you ever wanted to build a great product? Something that could even change the world? Why not to learn from the best? This mini series will teach you lessons I learned from successful products such as Snapchat, Slack & Instagram. This part will tell you about the dark side of this path, solving problems… Continue reading How to Build a Great Product – Lessons from Snapchat, Slack & Instagram Pt.1
The main task of a password generator is generating passwords, right? This will be our goal for this final part. First, we will implement some functionality for Input and Checkbox components. Then, we will add a few tweaks. After that, we will finally put together the core piece of our password generator, the method for… Continue reading How to Build Password Generator with Electron & React Pt.3 – The Final Part