A startup is now launching a web development service that offers “collaborate” web development services.
The startup, Hipster Web Development, is a collaboration service which works with other web developers to create apps for startups in India.
The service was launched by its founders in collaboration with the Startup India website.
Hipster has also developed a website for its product which is now available on the Google Play Store.
The service is called Collaborative Web Development and it offers a “collab solution” to developers.
The platform is designed to enable developers to collaborate and share code.
Hipsters developers will be able to upload their code to the platform and get feedback on it and improve it.
This is part of the company’s efforts to become more mainstream in the web development space in India and other emerging markets.
“Collaborate Web Development helps web developers build apps for different audiences in India, with different needs, and with different levels of expertise.
It enables them to collaborate, collaborate and build apps to meet the needs of different users and target segments,” said the founders of Hipster.
Hipster has already created apps for a number of startups in the country, including a mobile application called ‘Shah Bhuj’ that is aimed at a particular market segment.
The startup is also working with startups in Bengaluru and Hyderabad to build mobile apps.
The app has been downloaded over 20,000 times.