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Headless Apps

In a world where technology is constantly evolving, businesses are forced to keep up in order to remain competitive. One way to stay ahead of the curve is to adopt headless applications. What are headless applications? Simply put, they are applications that do not have a graphical user interface.

In a world where the front-end and back-end of an application are increasingly separated, the term “headless application” has come to describe an application that relies on a back-end to provide its user interface. This separation can be done for a variety of reasons.


Progressive Web Apps are the future of mobile web development. They combine the best features of web apps and native apps, resulting in an app that is faster, more reliable, and more engaging. Progressive web apps are web applications that load like regular web pages or websites but can offer features similar to those of native applications. They are designed to be reliable, fast, and engaging.

We offer PWA due to the numerous benefits they offer.

There is no question that native mobile applications are on the rise. With the release of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, as well as the new Android operating system, Lollipop, the demand for native mobile applications is higher than ever. So what makes a native mobile application so desirable? Native mobile applications are those that are designed specifically for a given mobile operating system, such as Android or iOS. They are often written in the native language of that operating system, which allows them to take advantage of features and functionality that are not available in web applications.

Native mobile applications offer a unique, immersive user experience that cannot be replicated by web applications. They are also able to take advantage of features specific to the device they are running on, such as the camera, GPS, and accelerometer. In the past, developing a mobile app generally meant that you had to create a separate, dedicated app for each mobile platform – one for iOS, one for Android, etc. But with the advent of cross-platform development frameworks like React Native, that’s no longer the case.

PWA mobile applications are web applications that can be installed on a mobile device like a smartphone or tablet. They work offline and are designed to look and feel like a native app. PWAs are becoming more popular because they are easy to develop and can be used on any device that has a web browser.

PWA mobile applications are a great way to improve the user experience for your website visitors. They provide an app-like experience that is fast, reliable, and engaging. Additionally, PWA mobile applications are easy to install and use, which makes them a great option for your website visitors.

Hybrid mobile applications are those that are built using web technologies like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and then wrapped in a native application shell. This allows them to be installed and run like any other app on a device, but they also have the ability to access features and functionality that are only available to native platforms.


An application programming interface (API) is a set of programming instructions and standards for accessing a software application or database. APIs allow third-party developers to create software that can interact with the application or database. For example, Facebook has an API that allows developers to create applications that can access Facebook user data.


Integrations are a key part of any software development process. By integrating different software systems, you can create a more efficient and effective process. There are many different types of integrations, and each has its own benefits and drawbacks.

The Way We Do It


There are two main ways to structure a software system: monolithic and modular. Monolithic systems are a single, large unit, while modular systems are composed of many small, interconnected parts. Monolithic systems are often faster and easier to develop, but they can be more difficult to maintain and update.


Microservices are a type of distributed system where services are divided into small, autonomous units that communicate with each other using a lightweight messaging protocol. This allows them to be deployed independently and scaled as needed.