With the available choice of technology to build cross platform apps, you may wonder why you should develop your app using native tools?
React Native and Flutter are unable to produce applications that support the newest additions introduced by new iOS versions. They will run both on Android and iOS and provide a minimum set of features that are common on both platforms, but they are slow to add latest platform innovations on iOS, iPadOS or macOS. And they hardly integrate with the general native ecosystem.
If you want to provide the best experience to your users, leverage the latest API to support the newest features, you need to develop native applications. Dark mode, Siri & Shortcuts integration, multiple window support, drag and drop, etc.
We help you get the best of the platform and build native apps that will make the most of existing APIs.
Swift is now the default language on iOS, iPadOS and macOS platforms. With Swift 5, the language is getting to a new level. Thanks to progressive disclosure, the language is easy to get started with. It is now multi-platform and can run both on iOS devices, on macOS, but also on the server-side on Linux. However, the language is extremely dense and rich, as as you start getting to more complex topics, it can become quite overwhelming.
We build Swift projects that are ahead of the curve and architectured to be easy to maintain as the platform evolves. From SwiftRX to Combine, from UIkit app layout defined in code to the new SwiftUI, we plan our development ahead to be ready to adopt the next changes when the time comes.
If you want your team to take over our project when it is done, it can be handy to have the server components written using the same technology. Swift is Open Source. It can now run on a server on top of Linux. There are many powerful frameworks available, all relying on the Apple SwiftNIO library.
Our expert team of server-side developers can deliver and help you get your Swift server-side project to production.