Sorry, got caught up with client work for months and only managed to truly play with Flutterwave over the last few weeks.
Yes, so far so good from a development point of view.
Managed to build it into my little React app with relative ease. There's a few libraries on Github that makes things...
It really depends on the complexity...
DVT mostly does B2B Corporate 2 Corporate that's got a couple of million ZAR to throw at developing an application.
For a more bootstrapped startup point of view with non-technical founders, you can get a solo remote developer or even small remote team...
The best developers probably wouldn't want to live in East London either, hence, when you hire remotely you will attract more talent from anywhere.
There's huge million dollar Tech companies that doesn't even have a physical office, with employees all around the world.
I wouldn't worry about it too much.
Everyone knows the login page sits over at /wp-login for WordPress by default.
Even this site has its /wp-login pages exposed https://mybroadband.co.za/news/wp-login.php (might be a honey pot thought)
Just make sure your password is up to scratch and perhaps...
Saw Kuda being launched on Product Hunt today - https://www.producthunt.com/posts/kuda - A Nigerian FinTech bank.
It's very similar to Revolut and N26 which is set the benchmarks for "Online Banks".
And if you visit Kuda's website - it's a gorgeous design.
There's been lots of talk about up &...
If you're in low level stuff, exactly what cguy said.
Otherwise if you're a web developer, JAMStack and PWA's is something to look into.
PWA is great.
While it doesn't quite have the power that native app's got, for small teams and projects with relatively small budgets, PWA's can go quite a long way. And from a user point of view - no need to go to the app store.
There's actually a lot companies running sites built with Gatsby. And not all of them are "static" in the sense that it doesn't change.