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Andrea Torre

Andrea Torre

Going about MobileFirst in Anahita 4.1

Hi Brad, I like your approach. At the moment #MaterialDesign is properly used by the #Polymer and the #AngularJS Teams... after all, these 3 projects are all by Google. Also, the next AngularJS 2.x is meant to be Polymer-friendly. Now, if Anahita were a startup-oriented framework to build #SaaS I'd evaluate #FoundationForApps Vs #MaterialDesignAndAngularJS but, as Rastin can explain better,...
Rastin Mehr

Rastin Mehr

Business Model

Anahita is not a business or a startup. It is an #OpenSource project. It is an innovation. If we build a #Saas or #Paas solution using Anahita and offer premium packages, then that will become a startup. Once the platform-market fit is found in that startup and repeatable business comes in, then it becomes a business and it will have a business model.  Right now we are in the customer discover...
Andrea Torre

Andrea Torre

Bootstrap it is

I'm not looking at the finger, I'm looking where it points. So, the point is not #Bootstrap or #Foundation (I like Bootstrap), the point is the reason behind the choice, which suggest a vision, an approach, a direction. In general, how, in your opinion, could a #startup choose Anahita to build its #SaaS product and defend this choice to partners, investors, backers?
Andrea Torre

Andrea Torre

Bootstrap it is

Hi, a couple of thoughts.  1. "The first thing devs do is trying to customize the UX". In my experience, one of the reasons of that is the attempt to use Anahita at the #framework level in order to build #SaaS platforms along with their mobile clients (Apps).After all, this is quite coherent with the original Anahita vision to be a #framework on which to build web applications more than a "f...

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