By now you have a very limited MVP scope that does not require years to launch. And you are ready to make your last sacrifice - MONEY. Your hard earned money, the most scarce resource that young teams usually possess. And there are many things that you can distribute it across, for example:
- A cloud server
- A good designer (because you don't want your final product to look like shit right?)
- A dev team (oh boy usually this is the most expensive one so I highly recommend to either learn coding yourself or invite someone in your team who will do the job for a stake)
- Security auditor (yeah dude, yeah, someone has to check if you really keep passwords in your DB encrypted)
- Fonts, icons, frameworks, API licenses and other resources that become an inherent part of the product that you are trying to build
In most cases, at least one of these is missing. So if you didn't manage to get all of them for free, get ready to pay. Human labour is the most expensive so it is best to have the right people in your team from the start. But if you don't, then hopefully you haven't burned through all your cash by now because this is the right time to invest it.
The only question left is how can you actually develop your product and which technique is right. Below is an overview of the ones I recommend for early stage product development.