SPG was involved from the conception of the project and continues to support the business.
Through our agile iterative development process we enabled the company to launch early with a basic version that met the main priorities of the business plan (Minimum Viable Product).
SPG automated the back end catering processes and procedures, provided full matrixes for menus, schools and users, as well as in-depth reporting.
Using layered architecture, we were able to add a multi-platform front end that allowed the application to become available on the AppStore and GooglePlay.
Provides the best performance
Native Ul from the start; no need for workarounds or any Other attempts to mimic the original user interface
Full access to all APIs
Most appropriate method for game development or intense data process- tng apps
Latest OS features are immediately avail- able upon release
Better battery efficien- cy
May also be accessed via a desktop comput-
Some access to native features
Developers are readily available
More affordable than native development
Same code-base may be used to develop both Android and iOS applications
Simple and conve- nient
Hardware functional- ities are processed by the appropriate plat- form
Supports distribution via the App Store and Google Play
Arguably slower and less intuitive
No access to native APIs
Restricted publishing to official app stores
Hampered by JavaS- cript
Converting to native code may be buggy at times
High learning curve
Does not support all native APIs