Web development outsourcing - 5 reasons why it is better for your business than keeping an inhouse team

It's understandable that every manager or business owner considers the pros and cons of every employment these days. Some competencies might seem necessarily available between the company’s staff, some we can - or we should - outsource. What are the advantages of B2B contracts, when hiring coding agency? Or, should it be better to have an own web development team?

Chop-Chop as top web developers in Poland, according to Clutch

We have some exciting news so please join us in celebrating! Chop-Chop was recently named one of the top web developers in Poland! This distinction was given to us by Clutch, a B2B ratings and reviews platform that uses data driven research and client interviews to identify outstanding firms. We have a perfect score of 5 stars, and after evaluating some of the top web development teams in Poland, Clutch ranked us 34th overall, beating out hundreds of other developers.

To WordPress or Not To WordPress?

People often assume that a WordPress site is a static 'thing', which is not true. WordPress site is "living" and getting it is not like buying a piece of furniture, but more like keeping a dog. Let's explore what it means to have a WordPress site with its pros and cons.

How I Became a Web Developer

If someone told me a few years ago that I would become a programmer, I wouldn’t believe them. My journey to become a front-end web developer began with a desire for making a change.

The Trap of Working Long Hours

Doing anything IT-related seems to be inseparably linked with working long hours. However, staying up late doesn't mean you'll become more productive. Read the article to learn more.

6 Steps to Better WordPress Site Security

Imagine somebody building their business on a WordPress e-commerce site, finding customers, paying for the SEO, adding a multitude of products to the database and not making sure that their website is secure.

And Stay Here! The Power of AJAX in Dynamic User Interactions

AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) has become a standard in modern web development, giving smooth and dynamic feel to user interactions. We have all seen this - most probably the most common and typical example is a “load more” button showing new content without actually reloading the page.