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A Wanari team in a sea of teams

AdNovum’s Marius was in need of a few extra hands on a project and decided to give Wanari’s hand-picked…

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BVF Heating Solutions

How Wanari turned a complex excel file into a beautiful new mobile app.

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The app was made for Nexon the leading payroll and human management specialist of Hungary.

Nexon Salary Calculator+ is a net & gross salary and employer cost calculator.<br><br>It calculates the total payroll costs in…

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Nitro Communications

Custom-made marketing automation system for the persistent digital marketer.

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Enterprise mobility for field workers and sales professionals.

Scolvo is a startup. Our team has helped them realize their dream of a product that integrates everything to everything.…

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Drawing pie charts on Google Maps - chasing the performance

This post, unlike most of ours, will focus more on the problem, rather than on the solution. Nevertheless, you will get a solution, but it is pretty far from a nice one, so I would like to take this opportunity to "call out" any developer, who has a better solution with the same technological stack.

Announcing GoSheLo!

@TeamWanari 2019-06-28
Goshelo is an easy-to-use tool to organize your translation files, with just a few simple steps. The most straightforward way to use it is to simply paste in your Google Sheets' share link*, check the requested platforms and click on the magical convert button. A few seconds later you will be provided with .zip file containing all the needed translation files in their basic folder structures.

Gradle + Kamon + Prometheus: A Complete Guide

Alex Sükein 2019-04-08
I hope you have read my coworker’s post about DevOps tools and it raised your interest. My post has some in common with that one. I’ll tell you some DevOps stuff also, but only with a specific build tool (Gradle) and a specific monitoring toolkit (Kamon + Prometheus).

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