In our tech-savvy era, businesses of all sizes and industries are capitalizing on the power of mobile technology. While the original mobile apps were aimed at consumers, today, there is an equally compelling case for using in-house apps explicitly created for employees. Here are some reasons why your business should invest in an employee-centric mobile app.
Bluetooth technology has become integral to modern-day communication, enabling wireless connectivity between all types of devices. Connected devices are widely used across various industries, so creating software for mobile apps that interfaces with pieces of hardware, whether custom or connected devices, requires a strategic approach to ensure connectivity and optimal performance. With the right direction, building efficient and compelling apps that provide seamless connectivity is possible.
After creating a new mobile app, the next natural thing to do is measure its performance. Obviously, you will need some time to develop a healthy base to measure, but It’s important to track the performance and continuously build and improve your users’ experience. Here are five things to consider when calculating your app’s performance.
If you invest in the mobile application development process, you must be aware of your expenses. Some costs are often not thought of or even discussed during the idea stage, so knowledge of hidden fees helps you avoid possible financial disruption later in your development process. Here are six hidden essential cost expenditures to know.
We often get asked the question about which is better Native App or PWA (Progressive Web Apps)? To answer, we always start with the difference – native apps are written to run on mobile devices while PWAs are written to run inside of web browsers. On average, most businesses do prefer native mobile apps to reach their audiences due …
Mobile applications have traditionally been written in native languages. However, the recent introduction of hybrid cross-platform frameworks, such as React Native and NativeScript, has been rapidly gaining usage over pure native. So, this recent increase in popularity raises the question – how should developers decide which to use?
Since responsive web design has come a long way in the last few years, it is easier to decide on mobile-friendly websites that look great on any phone or tablet. However, sites cannot replace custom mobile apps and vice versa. They both offer unique advantages and will work together for your business. It would be best if you started with knowing what serves your product and your audience, so here are some ideas to consider.
Before open-source frameworks, developers had to exchange lower costs and shorter timeframes for performance or part of the user experience. With the introduction of React Native and NativeScript, these limitations no longer exist because these two framework products allow developers to build native-like apps with one codebase and seamless performance.