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Web App Development

We build webapp for any business niche. 

Are you looking for a Web App Development service? 

With PWAs, you can provide your users the benefits of both native app and web technology. You will be able to increase your consumer engagement by going the Jamstack method.

Our team has created:

web site
30 Small Business WebSites

50 Web Stores

10 Marketplaces

online calculator
10 custom online calculators

Mobile application
1 Web Application

We build WebApp for your business aims


React PWA

Check out how React PWA (JAMstack) is able to assist the online business in achieving the greatest performance with minimal construction expenses and excellent scalability.

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What is PWA?

PWA stands for Progressive Web Application, which is a type of web application that combines the best features of both websites and mobile apps.

PWAs are designed to provide users with an app-like experience while still being accessible through a web browser.

Pluses of PWA:

  1. Offline Availability: One of the key benefits of PWA is that it allows users to access the app even when they are offline. This is possible because PWAs use service workers to cache the app's resources, so users can still access the app's content and functionality even without an internet connection.

  2. Cross-platform Compatibility: PWAs can run on any device that supports a modern web browser, regardless of the operating system. This makes PWAs a cost-effective solution for businesses that want to reach a wide range of users without having to develop native apps for each platform.

  3. Fast Load Times: PWAs are designed to load quickly, which is crucial for providing a good user experience. Because PWAs use service workers to cache the app's resources, the app can load instantly, even on slow or unreliable network connections.

  4. App-like Experience: PWAs provide users with an app-like experience, with features like push notifications, home screen icons, and full-screen mode. This can help improve user engagement and retention, as users are more likely to interact with an app that feels like a native app.

Minuses of PWA:

  1. Limited Access to Device Features: PWAs have limited access to device features, such as the camera, accelerometer, and other sensors. This means that PWAs may not be suitable for apps that require advanced hardware features or functionality.

  2. Limited Browser Support: While most modern web browsers support PWAs, older browsers may not support all of the features of a PWA. This can limit the reach of the app to users who have access to modern browsers.

  3. App Store Visibility: Because PWAs are not listed on app stores, they may be harder to discover for users who are not familiar with the app. This can make it more challenging to acquire new users and grow the app's user base.

  4. Limited Monetization Options: PWAs have limited monetization options compared to native apps. For example, PWAs cannot be sold on app stores, and may not support in-app purchases or subscriptions. This can make it more challenging for businesses to monetize their apps and generate revenue.

Here are some examples of progressive web applications:

American PWAs:

  1. Starbucks: A PWA that allows users to order their favorite drinks and food items online, pay for their orders, and find nearby Starbucks locations.

  2. Uber: A PWA that lets users book rides, track their driver's location, and make payments for their trips.

  3. Trivago: A PWA that helps users find and compare hotel prices from different booking sites, and allows them to book their preferred hotel directly from the app.

European famous PWAs:

  1. AliExpress: An e-commerce platform that has a PWA version, allowing users to shop for a wide range of products from various sellers around the world.

  2. Just Eat: A food delivery PWA that operates in several European countries, allowing users to order food from nearby restaurants and track the status of their order in real-time.

  3. Deezer: A music streaming PWA that operates in several European countries, allowing users to listen to a vast library of songs, create playlists, and discover new artists and genres.

Popular Asian PWAs:

  1. WeChat: A popular messaging and social media app in China that has a PWA version, allowing users to stay connected with their friends and family, and access a wide range of services, such as mobile payments, e-commerce, and more.

  2. Lazada: An e-commerce platform that operates in several Southeast Asian countries, allowing users to shop for a wide range of products, such as electronics, fashion, home appliances, and more.

PWA example in our portfolio



Tignasse is a magazine that sells fashion photos. Clients of hairstyling saloons and fashion studios are the magazine's target audience. With the help of photos, the studio's clients choose the fashion look.

We did:

François Jeannin

They took the complete requirement of how I wanted it to look like and how the payment will get process everything. The design they shared was great and it was working perfectly fine.

Our technology stack for Web App Development process:

PWA Stack

The prime reasons to build webapps for the business:

Web applications are easier to maintain than desktop applications because they use the same code throughout the application. There are no incompatibilities.

Web applications can be used on any platform that supports modern browsers, such as Windows, Linux, and Mac.

It can be released at any time and in any form. It is unnecessary to remind users to update their applications.

The web applications are available from any PC 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Web applications are a low-cost option for any business. Seat licenses for desktop software are expensive, whereas SaaS is typically pay as you go.

Web-based apps are internet-enabled apps that are accessed through the mobile device's web browser.

As a result, you do not need to download or install anything.

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Main distinguish features: Web application

Web applications are designed for interaction with their users.

The web application development is part of the website. It is not a complete website.

The web application is usually designed for special purposes. The webpp provides users with more complex functionality, and it’s supposed to have more user interactions with data.

The web application user can not only read the data, but they are supposed to manipulate the data.

The web app needs to be precompiled before deployment.

The authorization is often mandatory.

PWAs can be indexed by search engine robots.

The webapp is always cloud-hosted and highly scalable.

You need to hire a developer to build a progressive web app. ReactJS is usually used for designing such apps.

Examples: Starbucks PWA, Telegram PWA


It’s better to start your business with website development. 

It’s cheaper. It can help you promote your online business’ ranking on Google. 

If you have a website that's built with JamStack architecture, it’s easier and cheaper to develop a PWA for your website in the future. It will be your second step in scaling your business. 

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