How We Solved our Copywriting Conundrum with ChatGPT Paid Members Public
Learn how ChatGPT transformed our blog writing process, saving hours of editing time and producing high-quality content.
What is React Native? (And Why Is It Trending?) Paid Members Public
According to GlobalStats, 54% of internet users worldwide connect to the web using a mobile phone. This means that the pressure to build better mobile-based digital experiences is on for both developers and decision-makers.
Headless Commerce Explained for the Tech-Curious Paid Members Public
There is a lot of excitement around headless commerce these days, much of it centered around its business advantages. But headless has huge appeal to software developers as well, though the reasons might be somewhat difficult for non-engineers to grasp...
Case Study: How to Run an Effective Remote UX Workshop Paid Members Public
Challenging times offer opportunities to build consensus for change and progress. This is certainly true of the pandemic that we are currently facing. At Salsita, our staff is currently working from home. Rather than treating this as a barrier to progress, we decided to embrace the experience...
Can a Web and Mobile App Agency Have a Vision? Paid Members Public
Recently our marketing team suggested that we should come up with official company mission and vision statements. I've always been a bit skeptical of this.
#Yestimates: The Hidden Benefits of Software Estimation Paid Members Public
Since the dawn of software development, programmers have been subjected to ubiquitous requests for software estimates. No one wants to engage in a quixotic mission, especially if they are going to be held to account when their estimates inevitably turn out to be wrong.
When Developers Disagree Paid Members Public
What to do when the developers in your team just can't seem to get along? Salsita CEO gives practical tips from his 25 years of experience managing professional software development teams.
What's wrong with mobile web apps, anyway? Paid Members Public
Mobile web apps have many advantages over native apps, but have been hampered by negative attitudes that are now largely outdated. Mobile devices are way faster than they were when the iPhone was released in 2007, and web standards have come a long way, culminating in the advent of PWAs.