CMS

CMS (Content Management System) is an interface for content input that should be displayed in the application. Mostly it is a web application. In Ackee, we build CMS as a standalone application (in React) that communicates with backend through API.

Jaroslava Mištová

Jaroslava Mištová

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Firebase

Firebase is a platform for developing mobile and web applications. It includes a number of client libraries for mobile platforms (iOS, Android) and web (JavaScript). In addition to the real-time database, it offers the ability to send push notifications, track usage statistics and much more. These tools are available for free, for more demanding features and more users offers different types of paid tariffs. In Ackee, we use the Firebase database in appropriate use cases to develop both mobile and web applications.

Jaroslava Mištová

Jaroslava Mištová

Copywriter

StackView

StackView is an UI element for laying out a collection of views in either a column or a row. You can set item spacing, alignment, distribution and a lot of other attributes. Items can be added or removed and even animated. Our mobile developers work with the UIStackView and use it to implement the beautiful designs of our beautiful apps.

Jaroslava Mištová

Jaroslava Mištová

Copywriter

App4Fest

App4Fest is an Ackee startup application designed for festival organizers who want to offer to their visitors an online program, a list of performers, placement of staging and halls in their own festival design. One of its benefits is that it can send alerts about favorite events or artists.

Jaroslava Mištová

Jaroslava Mištová

Copywriter

The Bundestag app

The Bundestag app is an application developed for the German parliament by the Czech company Ackee, which won the German tender. The application is divided into 4 main sections: parliament news, a plenum with on-line broadcasts from the sessions, lists of members and information about them and committee programs.

Jaroslava Mištová

Jaroslava Mištová

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Native App

An application that is designed and programmed for only one mobile platform. So if it is needed for both iOS and Android, it has to be developed twice, one application for each platform – though with the same functionality. Native apps react faster than those in a browser (web apps) and provide more features (such as offline data storage support) generally. In Ackee, our primar concern is development of native applications for both iOS (in Swift) and Android (in Kotlin), as this is the best quality solution.

Jaroslava Mištová

Jaroslava Mištová

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Hybrid Application

A Hybrid application is a combination of web and native technologies. Although it uses web technologies and runs partially in the browser, it is encapsulated in a native application. It comes from one source code – so it does not have to be developed for each platform separately. Generally, this type of development is on the decline, and we only recommend to use it for a very limited number of use cases.

Jaroslava Mištová

Jaroslava Mištová

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Application Development

Generally an application development starts with a rough framework price estimate, followed by a more accurate analysis of the project’s technical specifications. It can be chose whether to realize the project for a fixed budget or to have agile development devided into sprints. Financial complexity determines the complexity and functionality of the application, then the user interface and overall appearance. A major component of the price is also a compatibility with different types of devices.

Jaroslava Mištová

Jaroslava Mištová

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A mobile application

A mobile application is basically a software application that runs on smartphones and other smart devices. Mobile apps are often used by firms as their internal communication or as a presenting tool for their clients. In Ackee, we develop applications for a wide range of companys of different kinds.

Jaroslava Mištová

Jaroslava Mištová

Copywriter