E-Commerce platform for your online store – Content management system
One of the taunting task when you choose to go with an E-Commerce idea is to choose the platform on which your dream needs to be built – especially if you are not that technical or have a sound ecommerce background. This post is for those who aim to launch their ecommerce on the Content Management System (CMS).
Advantages of content management system over hosted ecommerce platforms
The most important assessment a company obliged to make before entering the world of mobile app development is the approach they wish to take when building a mobile app. The aim of this article is just to share some basic information about hybrid apps.
Hybrid mobile apps are more like other apps that one can find on their phone, they are found somewhere between native and web apps. They can be installed on a device. They can be found in app stores. With them, one can take photos, play games, engage with friends through social media, and much more.
Advantages of hybrid application:
- Accessible across multiple platforms.
- No need of updating the app every time.
- Existing web talent is more than enough No need of additional resources.
- Don’t need to do any API development since it’s all handled via the web.
Some of the disadvantages for hybrid application are:
Getting a hybrid app to run properly on each platform generally takes ample amount of work. The total cost might become equivalent to that of fully native apps. It all depends on how similar one needs to get the hybrid app to the native user experience?
The world of app development is an exhilarating, yet sometimes confusing with more number of choices available. Users are not trying to figure out whether a mobile application is hybrid or native, they just need an app that works well. Choices of which type of apps to be used purely depend on one individual, budget, and time-scale.