Simple process
for complex software

1. Requirements

Let's rather have a longer chat about the product and the vision.

2. Estimation

Based on the specifications we create a development and cost plan.

3. Design

Every idea is unique and has to get its own look and sensation.

4. Development

It all has to work super smoothly, though in hundreds lines of code.

5. Pre-delivery

Testing, tuning and tooling need to happen too.

6. Launch 🚀

The rocket is ready!

For Startups

  • Discovery
  • Prototyping
  • MVP development

For Established Businesses

  • Services transformation
  • New products development
  • Continuous feature releases
  • Scale tech solutions

Native or React Native?

Because we are often asked what direction to choose, here is our answer:

Supported Platforms

Native

React Native

Platform specific
iOS and Android

User Experience

Performance

Maturity

New platform features development

Maintenance

Design and animations

Cost

Easy to follow best practices and official guidelines
Custom and complex, difficult to align with the official guidelines
Highest
The most stable
and mature
As soon as they get released
Not always available,
it takes months to be supported
No official release yet
Often very high,
but not always
Usually upgraded once a year when new OS version is out
No middle layer and you are free to use everything the mobile platform has to offer
Pays off in the long run
Cheaper for prototypes
Behind the native capabilities, it does not excel at creating complex UI and animations
Needs regular updates every month, API changes rapidly

We love Native.