Mobile and web applications
Creating dedicated web and mobile applications is a popular part of our services. We carry out very individual projects which are tailored to the needs of the customer.
However, our cooperation does not end with the application itself - if the customer expresses such a need, we also provide post-implementation support. It happens that the Customer, reporting the need, wants to quickly implement a simple solution, and in the vision of long-term cooperation intends to develop and enrich the application with new options.
A web application is a computer software program that runs on a server and communicates over a computer network by connecting to a computer user's host. This uses the user's web browser, who is the interactive customer of the web application.
Examples of web applications are:
- e-commerce applications – these include online shops, auction platforms or B2B sales systems; they are used to manage the sale of products and services over the Internet,
- e-learning applications – designed to assist in learning and education,
- order management systems – designed to optimise the order management process in a company
- CRM systems (their purpose is to manage relations/contacts with customers),
- ERP systems – model business processes inside the organisation, and help in reporting data related to the company's activities
- HR management systems (used to optimise the process of hiring employees).
- business and document flow systems (all kinds of information flow in a company).
A web application can be developed based on most technologies and its use does not require a special system. It is suitable for use on most mobile devices, which is a very big advantage today. Developers who maintain web applications have more opportunities to ensure the security and stability of the software. This is possible because they can access the server at any time, improve the application, conduct an update. A certain inconvenience when developing web applications is the cost associated with ensuring compatibility on different web browsers and their versions.
A mobile application is software containing a touch screen interface, programmed in such a way that it can be used on electronic portable devices, such as smartphones or tablets. An example of a mobile application could be mobile banking, which is a great convenience for customers with online access to their bank account. Mobile applications can be divided into four basic types, depending on their purpose and use:
- standalone (they work without Internet access),
- web-based (they are mobile websites)
- customer applications (created for the customer, they connect to the relevant server via the Internet),
- computer games.
In Anteeo we create stand-alone mobile applications and also use native technologies. They are created based on Apache Cordova/Ionic technologies, as well as native Android, iOS applications (Java, Objective C, Swift technologies).
Our applications are built in response to business problems. If you need a solution that you want to use, for example while travelling between home and office or during meetings with contractors, tell us what it should be about, how you want to use it, and we will help you to collect information and put the project together.
The biggest advantage of native windows applications was access to advanced operating system options. However, with the capabilities of today's web browsers, this advantage is disappearing, especially in terms of business applications. A certain impediment in the case of native applications is the problem related to updating software on all computers, as well as the risk that its users will use old versions of applications at work, which may contain – for example – security errors.
Customers are more and more often resigning from native applications in favour of web and mobile applications. However, the final decision belongs to you, we are here to advise you in the best possible way ;)