Choosing the perfect payment system for your web application can be a nightmare. While mobile apps can get away with in-app purchases (for a monstrous 30% AppStore cut), web applications need a payment gateway to accept money from their users.
Payment processing services are the gateways to revenue for the majority of web and mobile applications. But when you’re new to online payments, the sheer amount of options seem paralyzing.
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?
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.
It’s hard to grow a business nowadays, isn’t it? There was a time when you could just create a simple website and customers would pour in like there’s no tomorrow. But times have changed.
One of the most popular questions we hear from our clients is “how much does it cost to build a web application?”. We will show you exactly what components go into the price charged by software companies for custom web application development services.