Welcome! Today, I want to tell you from the beginning why I believe you should build an application for your business. I am going to present you with a series of arguments, market metrics and concrete examples of apps that can boost your business, or create a totally new one to provide an incredible service to the end user.

Which is the use of building an app?

Many businesses, companies and startups are investing in creating mobile applications to connect more with their current customers, even knowing that they have a responsive website (adaptable to mobiles and tablets). But why…

Hello! Today we are going to talk about GraphQL and its enormous benefits.
For starters, and in case you are not familiar, GraphQL is a query language. In turn, a language is a system shared by two parts that allows them to communicate with each other.

GraphQL was born then as a data query protocol originally developed by Facebook for internal use. Since 2015 it exists in an open source version that has driven its development and that has generated many advantages and benefits. As the majority of Facebook users, we have already used GraphQL possibly without knowing it.


Author: Alexis Lazzuri — Frontend Leader @Puzzle

End to end testing (e2e) is a type of software testing which purpose is to validate the correctness of our application, not only from its internal functioning but also regarding its integration with external systems or interfaces, such as if the app were in a production environment.

In other words, with e2e testing we could simulate real-time testing using production-like data and settings, to validate the entire app flow as if it were being used by a real user.

As technology grows, software systems and applications become more and more complex. Also, different…

Javier Olivieri

I’m in charge of everything related to the app development flow within Puzzle, I’m dedicated to deliver an excellent customer and end user experience. I’m a se

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