In the world of comic book heroes, it’s easy to see the appeal of heroes combining their powers to make a difference, such as The Avengers.
Marketers can leverage those qualities to plan the deployment of apps and websites that can improve customer experience.
Faster Load Times
Better App Performance
The most prominent examples that blend client/server capability includes Meteor.js, which has a mongoDB database, and the MEAN stack — a combination of mongoDB, Express.js, Angular.js and Node.js.
These frameworks are designed to benefit apps in which information and app elements are refreshed while reducing latency in performance.
Instead managers should consider the functionality that employees or customers encounter from app usage. Doing so can direct app development to better plan app performance that impacts the user experience.
Take Advantage of Apps
Businesses can take advantage by examining apps against mobile websites. Apps offer an opportunity for unique features that can engage customers in their journey towards a purchase, such as push notifications.
Knowing what customer actions trigger repetitive operations can help analysts select the right solution to improve the customer experience. An app may be able to offload a customer-facing task, freeing up resources within an operation while providing customers what they need.
That’s the main advantage behind frameworks like Meteor.js and MEAN.
There are a number of programming languages available to suit a number of objectives and operational requirements.
Title image by JD Hancock.