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The Many Faces of Mobile App Development

Thu, Mar 14, 2019 12:01 PM CDT{LOCAL_TZ}

The Many Faces of Mobile App Development

Content by LANSA

Thu, Mar 14, 2019 12:01 PM CDT

Best practices for delivering a compelling mobile experience

Deciding whether to invest in mobile apps is simple – the answer is yes. Determining which 
type of mobile application to build is more complicated because there are many options, each 
with its own sets of pros and cons.

Attend this webinar to learn:
  • The difference between mobile web apps, progressive web apps, hybrid mobile apps, and native mobile apps.
  • The pros and cons of each mobile app option in terms of application functionality and developer skillsets.
  • A cost-effective alternative for quickly building enterprise-grade mobile applications that scale and will accommodate an expanding amount of work and users.
Walk away from this webinar knowing how to reduce the complexity of cumbersome and time-consuming 
mobile app development and discover a fast, easy and cost-effective strategy for delivering a wide range 
of mobile applications using a single skillset and platform.

Featured Speakers:

David Brault
Product Marketing Manager


Tom Cremieux
Solutions Architect


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