MeetupFeed didn’t have developers on board who could develop the MVP version of the product. They were looking for a team that’s able to bring this project to life from the very beginning.
Specifications and wireframes were provided by the MeetupFeed team. After that, we developed the project from scratch. The product is a responsive web application that will work on both mobile and desktop.
The platform allows developers to educate themselves about new technologies and new technology practices by watching videos created by other developers. MeetupFeed’s website is a special version of YouTube with only developer content being present.
Here is what the founder and CEO of MeetupFeed, Tamas Abraham said about us:
“They have developed what I asked for. I was involved in the final phase when they finished the product; I found some bugs and some parts I wanted to modify, and they quickly did that. They fixed and modified everything as I asked for. Overall, the product is great.
I used to work with different teams before this startup. With this project, I felt really involved. I was invited to their development team’s Slack channel, where I can see all the conversations about the current issues they’re working on. I was talking to the project manager every day over the course of the project. Overall, it was a good experience.
They were really fast, which was the first thing that I noticed. After the kickoff meeting, it was only about two or three weeks before I saw a working application. For the scope of the project, it was completed very quickly. When we were working on the finalization, they were really fast with fixing and modifying any details I brought up.”