How to Estimate Hosting Costs with Load Testing Twin Sun's Blog

Hosting can become a significant expense as your web app’s popularity grows after release. You can get a decent idea of what your hosting costs will be by running load tests on your application.

Twice the Speed, Half the Price: Flutter Apps Are a Winner for Startups Twin Sun's Blog

Quality, cost, and time to market are important app development considerations. Flutter outperforms native apps in all three areas.

Does Business Automation Always Make Sense? Twin Sun's Blog

Automating business processes can take your business to the next level, but it is possible to focus on scalability too early.

New Jekyll Plugin for Link Attributes Twin Sun's Blog

Twin Sun has released a new Jekyll plugin that adds helpful attributes to external links.

Deep Dive: Migrating from a Data Center to AWS Twin Sun's Blog

We migrated several web apps from a client's data center to Amazon Web Services (AWS). Here is how we made it happen.

What Happens Off the Happy Path? Twin Sun's Blog

App users don't always do what you expect. Let's consider unexpected deviations from the desired "happy path" and how we can guide users back.

Why We Use Ruby on Rails for Web Apps Twin Sun's Blog

New clients often ask why we use Ruby on Rails. It all comes down to our team's experience and productivity.

Twin Sun Promotes Jack Parsons and Zak Raymer to Lead Developer Twin Sun's Blog

Jack Parsons and Zak Raymer were recently promoted to the position of Lead Developer, the first to hold the position at Twin Sun.

Odor Reporting Site Gives a Voice to Murfreesboro Residents Twin Sun's Blog

The Murfreesboro City Council voted to proceed with a lawsuit against a landfill owner after receiving over 2,000 complaints through a website developed by Twin Sun.

Clutch Reveals their 2022 List of the Most Highly Recommended Companies in Tennessee Twin Sun's Blog

Twin Sun was awarded a spot as a Clutch Leader – a list of the leading B2B service providers in Tennessee.

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