It’s always a good time to invest in yourself by learning something new. However, this time of self-isolation is probably an even better occasion for that as many of us suddenly have a little more free time than usual. The best investment is the one you make in yourself. So why not flex your mind with new knowledge and learn new skills to stay on top of your game?
Resco’s training platform provides learners with a variety of courses, both business and technical ones. In this blog post, we’re going to share our top recommendations with you from the currently available offer:
Before the spring arrives, Resco has decided to warm you up with a new source of knowledge and experience. Along with new webinar series, Resco Wiki, and Resco Sales Playbook, we are launching Resco Academy – our new online training platform. Continue reading →
How your app looks and feels to users is – together with its usefulness – the deciding factor whether they keep returning to it continuously and can significantly boost user adoption.
If you ever wanted to quickly prepare a visualization and preview any Resco-based app, or simply check how your Woodford customizations will look across various devices, we created a new plugin just for that purpose – Resco XD.Continue reading →
We’ve all been there: You install a new update of your favorite app and after launch you realize that some things have changed. Maybe they’ve just refreshed the button colors. But they also could have moved the button somewhere else or modified how it works altogether. Continue reading →
There’s a reason why sports teams have their logos on all their gear – from caps to socks and everything in between. Apart from selling even more merchandise, it invokes the image and values that both players and fans should buy into.
GitHub is a well-known collaboration platform focused on code sharing and version control. Thanks to the integration of GitHub into Woodford, you are able to log the history of changes made in your mobile projects. You can also use this feature to revert back to older versions of projects.
Furthermore, multiple users can now cooperate and store their progress in a single repository with no data loss. Continue reading →