A cross-platform web application is a great way to reach your audience on any screen. Web, Mobile, Android, iOS – you name it. Web apps look great, function perfectly and are user-optimised for any device and operating system. And with more search traffic coming from smartphones than computers nowadays you sure want to provide brilliant user experience for mobile as well as desktop users. A big advantage of web applications is also that thanks to Node.js they’re easy and quick to scale, so they can evolve as your business grows and changes with time.
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Native apps are great, but sometimes building separate apps for iOS and Android and maintaining them can be more time-consuming and expensive than your business model allows. It doesn’t have to be a deal-breaker, though. Hybrid mobile apps are a happy marriage of native and web app concepts and work across different platforms. Like any other mobile application, they can be distributed in app stores, installed on a mobile device and accessed offline. They ensure a near-native experience for users, while being faster and more cost-effective to develop.
We know the secret to building a great mobile app and it’s simple: keep it agile. Rather than spending time and resources on creating a detailed plan based on guesswork, we immediately get down to work and test our assumptions. We work in fortnight build sprints where we create features addressing specific problems, test them and draw conclusions before we move on to the next stage. Quality and usability testing is integrated into the project lifecycle from the very beginning so we never lose sight of our goals and users’ needs.
SCRUM is in our veins! We hold stand-up meetings every day to keep the team up to date and we report our progress to you on a daily basis, too. We keep you in the loop with nice and neat project management tools and we love hearing from you about your feedback. And trust us, when our team gets things done, they’re done. We have our own definition of done.