A single code base for applications that can be distributed on the web (also as Progressive Web App) and as a mobile app on the main stores (Apple, Android).

Web Site has chosen IONIC and ANGULAR to develop powerful and appealing hybrid apps that take advantage of all the new possibilities offered by the web.

Hybrid apps run in a full-screen browser called a web view, invisible to the user and similar to a native app. Through customizable plug-ins, the app can access the native features of specific mobile devices (such as the camera, GPS or touch ID), without the main code being associated with that device. This means that hybrid apps can be run on any platform or device, all from a single code base, while still offering a completely native experience.

Web Site combines the strong experience in the development of solid middleware, possibly integrated with modern technologies such as GraphQL¹, with the agility of mobile development to create apps that are easy to use, complete and reliable.

¹GraphQL is an open-source data manipulation and query language developed internally by Facebook in 2012 before being publicly released in 2015. It provides an efficient, powerful and flexible approach to web API development and has been compared with REST and other architectures of web services. Allows clients to define the structure of the requested data; the same data structure is returned by the server, thus preventing the transfer of excessive amounts of data.