ENTERPRISE WEB APPLICATIONS
We create designs and develops IT solutions to meet specific business requirements of our clients. We participate actively in defining the unique client requirements, analyze the needs, propose appropriate solutions and finally develop the solution using the right tools to make sure that optimal results are achieved.We use industry standard and proven tools and methodologies throughout the development life cycle for better project management. We employ a variety of tools that keep our clients updated about the work progress to ensure that we are on the right path at all the times.
We have a professional team of software engineers who study and understand your requirements and collaborate with our team of specially trained mobile app designers to deliver aesthetically pleasing yet powerful mobile app that boosts productivity for your business. Our Quality Analysts make sure that the app we develop are rigorously tested for bugs and adherence to requirements before the app is made available to its users.
NATIVE MOBILE APPS
We have a very experienced team in iOS, Android and Windows native app development.
What is a Native Mobile App?
When people speak of a native mobile application, they are usually referring to an application that has been written using the native development language and tools specific to that platform. For example: A native iOS application would be written in either Swift or Objective-C and compiled using Xcode, while a native Android application would have been developed using Kotlin or Java and compiled using Android Studio.Native applications tend to also be more performant since their code is closer to the ‘metal’. In addition to being faster, you will also have access to all of the native user interface (UI) controls and layouts. While you will probably want to style them to fit your applications’ theme, you will also want them to behave and interact like any other UI element on that platform.
Since these applications are developed using the platform’s default solutions, developers have full and easier access to the device’s capabilities; like all the device’s sensors, the user’s address book, and whatever the latest and greatest new bit of technology the phone offers.
However, any application written for iOS using Swift cannot run on Android, and vice versa. Meaning, you have to develop specifically for each platform, which can lead to a larger budget and team size, assuming that you’d want to release your application for both iOS and Android. In addition, your application is only available through each platform’s app stores, subjecting it to their respective rules and restrictions. This means for every release, whether it is a new feature or a bug fix, the same approval process must occur. This can take anywhere from a day to two weeks for the Apple App Store.
This code is then embedded into a native application wrapper using a solution like Apache Cordova (also known as PhoneGap) or Ionic’s Capacitor. These solutions create a native shell application that is just the platform’s webview component in which it will load your web application. This gives you the ability to create and publish true native applications that can be submitted to each of the platform’s app stores for sale.
Additionally, both Cordova and Capacitor have a plugin system that allows you to extend beyond the limitations of the ‘browser’ and access the full suite of capabilities of a user’s mobile device. So, if you wanted to use TouchID on an iOS device as a login option, or wanted to connect to a Bluetooth device, this can be easily done by installing a plugin. These plugins are created by a wide range of developers and many are actively supported. Ionic even offers a complete ecosystem of supported plugins as part of its Enterprise solution. So, the limitations of a we 99DIGITS ly application are easily overcome, allowing your application to have parity with native applications in their features.
However, there are some drawbacks with this option. Similarly to the we99DIGITSly application solution, the UI library has to be recreated. Here is where solutions like Ionic, NativeScript, Xamarin, React Native, and others step in. These options all provide robust UI components that look and feel like their native counterparts, giving you a full suite of building blocks for your hybrid mobile app.
The only other consideration to take into account is if your application is still running within the device’s native browser. If so, you may encounter performance issues or other quirks specific to each platform or operating version
Key Features : Native,Web & Hybrid
Medium to High
Medium to High
Medium to High
Medium to High