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Single page applications (SPAs) are becoming more and more popular. Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, GitHub, and numerous Google’s services are all built using the SPA tech. Yet multi page applications (MPAs) make up the majority of websites on the Internet. But are the days of MPAs over?
Imagine waking up on a warm spring morning and discovering that €20 million has disappeared from your company’s account. This can happen if your application doesn’t comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
According to Localytics, more than 60% of customers disappear within the first month after trying out a new app. Only 20% will make it to the end of a three-month period. But is there really nothing you can do about this “engagement toll”?
Single page applications (SPA) are all the rage now. Facebook and Gmail are just a few well-known examples. Everybody familiar with search engine optimization would tell you, SPAs are an SEO nightmare. But you shouldn’t discard the tech as useless. Here is why.