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CookiesHQStartupWeb
October 27, 2017

Three Reasons to build a Progressive Web App

What is Progressive Web App? Progressive Web App is an in web browser app, that uses modern web proficiencies to deliver a unique user experience. They’re downloadable on the user’s…
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Web
March 8, 2017

Native apps vs mobile web apps: how to choose?

What are native apps and web responsive apps? What are the pros and cons? And which one is right for your business and your customers? Let's take a look.
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Projects
January 26, 2017

Bar Voyage: A CookiesHQ pub crawl app

CookiesHQ have created an app that helps you plan a pub crawl, and explore undiscovered bars and drinking establishments.
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DevelopmentWeb
May 12, 2016

How relevant is Ruby on Rails in 2016 for web application development?

Ruby on Rails was created in 2004 and Open Sourced in 2005 by David Heinemeier Hansson. It also was the framework used to create the now-superstar app Basecamp.
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Webhooks, so simple you'll think it's stupid
DevelopmentWeb
April 22, 2016

How to receive webhooks in your Ruby on Rails application – Part 1

Webhooks are very simple. A Webhook is an HTTP callback triggered by an external application to your application (or vice versa). In other words, it's a way to integrate with…
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StartupWeb
October 26, 2015

Feature selection: start small, grow stronger

80% of the people who come to see us to build a web application are entrepreneurs with an idea, sometimes a plan or a set of requirements, who need technical…
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DevelopmentWeb
June 18, 2015

How to get more value out of your Heroku dynos, and speed up your Rails application

We recently went through a couple of optimisations on a Rails app that we're building. The application is hosted on Heroku, but most of the points here will get you…
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Books on Ruby programming
CookiesHQDevelopmentWeb
January 26, 2015

Cookies teach kids to code

Bristol Digital Week 2015 will shortly be upon us, as it aims to celebrate Bristol's tech industry and explore all the opportunities that digital brings. We'll be helping out with…
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