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Creating an app for a b2b marketing

I want to create an android app for my business article website. I am thinking if javascript expert is duly needed or just use one of the app drag and drop applications around the internet.

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Re: app

First you have to find a good reason why an app is better for your business than your current website. Then you have to define the requirements for your app.

Once you know that, you can choose which development tool to use and if you can do it yourself or need to contact an app development company.

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Those drag and drop app makers.

Are panned by folk I know as they create a mess as the b2b company wants to scale up the app. The company has the idea that it will be easy to add a feature yet the findings are that you often have to forget your investment and start over. Not a fan.

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