CROSS-PLATFORM
APP DEVELOPMENT

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PERFORMANCE APPLICATION FOR TWO PLATFORMS SAVING UP TO 50%

Professional development of mobile applications is not cheap, but it does not mean that studios have not been trying to optimize or reduce their cost.

The very first and simplest solution was to create not two separate apps for iOS and Android, but one app for two systems. Unfortunately, such solution can’t be completely implemented, but it is quite possible to create an application for two platforms using a common code and language. This solution allows to save at least 30% of the development cost.

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CROSS-PLATFORM DEVELOPMENT

TIME AND COST SAVING

Two separate applications with the same name, design and interface are created using native languages when developing. The development cost is calculated in hours spent on the implementation, therefore, you can create an application with a common codebase using one language and only slightly adapting it to a specific platform. Thus, you can save from 30 to 50% of the development cost and time.

SAVINGS IN SUPPORT

A common practice during the app development process is an MVP creation, the functional improvement and technical support. This is particularly true for the update of the operating system that causes bugs. Finalizing applications is much easier and cheaper if they have a common base.

PRODUCTIVE SDK

Given the rapid development of the relatively new Flutter SDK, it has become a reality today. Attempts have already been made to create alternatives for native languages, and only Google has made a powerful tool competing not with other cross-platform solutions, but with native ones. The main disadvantages of early cross-platform frameworks were poor performance and application customization. With the advent of Flutter, this problem has become less critical. It made it possible to build the most applications on cross platform which would not significantly differ in performance from native ones.

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