Unless you take an enterprise approach to your new apps, mobile development can be a real bottleneck. You end up investing countless hours in developing the very same features for app after app. It’s incredibly costly and wasteful. What if you could build a library of reusable components instead? Here’s what it would mean….
Without reusable components, your time-to-market for mobile apps is up to 70% higher and costs 4x as much. And it’s not just about loss of productivity. Quality suffers when things that can and should be standardized are built from scratch every time. It’s like a fast-food chain creating a different kitchen for each franchise – and always designing it from scratch. Some things should only be designed once.
Think about it. A lot of enterprise mobile apps use many of the same components. Here are some of the most common candidates for reuse:
Imagine how much time is wasted rebuilding each of these components for each new app.
You can’t just change the code on an existing component. We’ll explain the best approach in our next post on, How to build mobile apps with reusable components.
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