A white label application is a service that is fairly common for mobile app development companies. It is a common approach for development agencies to choose to purchase a white-label app development from other teams, rebrand it, add custom content to that application according to a client’s requirements and needs, and then deliver them to their clients.
In this post, we are going to discuss some of the best practices that cannot be overlooked by agency directors to ensure that the white label applications they have purchased are of high quality.
When purchasing a white label app, you should have a clear set of common requirements that can be used to fulfill the needs of various clients. Most applications use the same sets of features, so white label developers mostly differentiate based on service and flexibility. …
When developing an application, a major factor in your app’s success is your choice of tech stack and how you plan to use it for the growth of both the product and your organization. Your tech stack has a large impact on scalability, and a poor choice can needlessly increase your costs or constrain development down the line.
In this post, we are going to explore how to choose a tech stack and which major factors to consider for long-term success on a given stack.
The term “tech stack” is used for both mobile and web applications. It is defined as the combination of different technologies, frameworks, and digital tools that can be used together. A thoughtfully assembled tech stack enables you to build efficient applications in terms of requirements, scalability, maintenance, and security. …
A majority of internet activity today happens on mobile devices. We use mobile apps for a range of needs including healthcare, commerce, entertainment, banking, and education. They are a fundamental part of everyday life.
Supporting accessibility in a mobile app for people with disabilities or special needs grants them the ability to enjoy the same conveniences as everyone else. Accessibility is a key consideration when designing services and products, but with no formal legislation around accessibility requirements, it could be easy to ignore impacted communities when designing and building apps.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) applies to any mobile app and organization. Just like web apps, mobile applications should follow Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). In this post, let’s discuss how you can build an ADA-compliant mobile app with Crowdbotics App Builder. …
The amount of student data collected and stored by modern applications is enormous. If your business operates in the education industry and has embraced the digitization of records, there is a high chance that a mobile application is involved that collects and stores a student’s data.
A student’s data may contain an education record that consists of information related to report cards, grades, GPA, transcripts, medical records, disciplinary records, family contact information, class schedules, attendance records, psychological evaluation, and so on.
The Family Education Rights and Privacy and Act (FERPA) is a federal privacy law that gives parents or guardians confidentiality protection over their children’s education record, including reviewing the record or requesting changes in special circumstances. …
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) governs how companies can capture and use data of their consumers. This act establishes new rights for every citizen living in the U.S. state of California. It is similar to GDPR in European Union (EU) region in terms of privacy rights. The CCPA is something that business owners have to consider because it applies to product or services databases, websites, and mobile apps.
A “white label” app is an application as a service that is developed by one company and then rebranded and sold to the clients of a different company. White label apps typically require minor customization in order to meet the needs of clients and allow them to use the app as their own product.
White label app development is a viable strategy for some development agencies because, although various clients have different design patterns and required functionalities in their applications, these patterns and functionalities can sometimes overlap. …
This tool provides a number of visual tools for creating apps. The key features of the App Builder are listed below:
HarperDB Cloud is a database service that supports both SQL and NoSQL queries for CRUD operations. It needs minimal configuration to get started and its realm is not only limited to build REST APIs with a server-side technology such as Node.js.
HarperDB offers a way to access the database cloud instance directly in your client-side application. It has a built-in HTTP API that allows us to query data directly.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies to mobile apps that collect and process personal data of European Union (EU) citizens. It is designed to protect user data storage and usage to ensure that the user is in control of their data. It applies to all businesses that have customers in the EU region, regardless of the origin of the business.
There are some major requirements to comply with GDPR in a mobile app. These requirements are going to help you decide whether you need to develop a GDPR-compliant app from scratch, or, if you have an app already, how can you make it GDPR compliant. …
Using React Native Web, an open-source project, React Native core API components can be used to build universal applications using the same source code. It uses React DOM at the core to render a majority of React Native components.
In this post, let’s take a step-by-step look at how you can integrate and configure React Native Web in a RADStack app generated using Crowdbotics’ build tool.
To create a new mobile app using Crowdbotics, go the app dashboard screen and click the button
Create App. …