Enterprise Custom Mobile App Development
⭐ DashBouquet ⭐ is an enterprise custom mobile app development company with a vast experience of building all sorts of mobile applications for a variety of domains.
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Enterprise Custom Mobile App Development

DashBouquet is an app development company with a vast experience of building all sorts of mobile applications for a variety of domains.

Mobile app

Early in the process of building a mobile application an optimal development path must be taken. Choosing the right one for your business can be challenging. By offering application development consulting services, we dedicate our expertise for carefully weighing the risks and advantages to make you opt for the best suited development approach.

We provide domain-specific mobile app development services to clients across multiple industries

Mobile application development involves building installable software, implementing access to remote resources such as databases through API calls, and testing. Our mobile application developers handle all aspects of the process.

Our application development consulting services are aimed at giving you a clear understanding of pros and cons of every approach and facilitate choosing the most fitting one.
Front end
Front end development is accountable for creating a responsive design to facilitate navigation, ensuring the features display properly, and service orchestration.
Back end
Back end typically comprises the remote data storage, logic to make an app work as it is intended to, and the means for communication between these core components.

For applications to enable certain advanced features such as authentication, synchronisation across platforms, data storage accessibility, an efficient backend architecture is a must.

Our seasoned mobile app developers make use of cutting-edge technologies to build outstanding mobile applications

DashBouquet provides wide-ranging mobile app development services to cater to your businessapos;s needs. If you have opted for building a native mobile application, whether it be be ios app development or android app development, our mobile development company will provide you with a dedicated team for that.

What our clients say

5.0

MordMaman

Everyone, from their management team to their developers, is willing and ready to answer our questions.

5.0

Anna-Lena Gerber

We were so satisfied with the work of Dashbouquet that I recommended them to a lot of people in my network.

5.0

Rubporn Memoli

They are knowledgeable and quick-working, producing quality work.

5.0

Robert Fair

Dashbouquet is excellent, I would give them a perfect score.

Our featured works

MARBLE

Marble is a social browser that allows you to connect to your favorite apps and have all of your daily content in one place.

Dashbouquet is excellent, I would give them a perfect score.

Robert Fair

CEO, Marble App, California

ARCHITRACKER

A mapping app for modern Architecture. Designed and built by architects, ARCHiTRACKER solves the problem of finding a worthwhile project to go and see when you’re visiting somewhere new.

mobile application development approach

Cross-platform applications
Building a cross-platform app requires less time and is more affordable compared to native, but these advantages come at a cost of compromised performance and UI/UX. Cross-platform application development allows for using a single toolset for building apps for multiple platforms. These apps are written in a non-native language and use the device's native rendering engine. Codebase of cross-platform apps is connected to native components through bridges and third-party plugins are typically required so that such apps can use more storage space on the user’s device.
Native mobile applications
Native apps are built in a platform-specific programming language and using development tools offered by the operating system. These apps have excellent UX and topmost performance because of their direct access to hardware-related device features. The main obstacle for building native mobile apps is the development cost, as there is little code sharing between iOS and Android, and the need to develop different apps for two platforms increases the expenses twofold.
Hybrid mobile applications
Hybrid apps use a single code base created using web technologies wrapped inside a native container. In this case, a platform-specific browser-like component called WebView is used to display web content instead of a web browser. Device features can still be accessed, but the performance and UI/UX of these apps is sub-par. This approach allows for time and money savings.
Progressive Web Applications (PWA)
Combining the best out of two worlds, PWAs bridge the gap between web apps and native mobile applications. These apps require a browser to run and can be used on various platforms. PWAs are also available for offline usage, have access to a device’s sensors and allow for push-notifications.