If you have ever heard the term mini apps or super apps, you may have heard of WeChat or PayTm, or UberEats inside the Uber app. These native mobile apps are often called super applications because they allow mini applications to run within their context. Mini apps can leverage the super app’s data and native capabilities to provide additional features and services without the user having to download and install them. Join George as he shares Loblaw Digital’s journey with mini apps, the approach they used and the technical considerations to keep in mind when building your own.
Learn how to leverage existing hybrid technology to build mini apps and integrate them directly to your existing native mobile Android and iOS application.
Things Audience Members Will Learn
- What are mini apps
- What is possible with mini apps
- Why mini apps (business justification)
- Framework used to build the mini apps
- Deployment options
- Technical and security considerations
Product, Business, Web and Mobile Developers