End-user applications are an intrinsic part of an IoT infrastructure. These help users in monitoring and controlling IoT devices from remote locations.
These applications transmit user commands to the cloud, and subsequently, to IoT-enabled devices connected to the network.
Mobile apps, web apps and desktop apps are the end-user applications found in an IoT infrastructure.
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Meet Our IoT Leaders
Vidya Sagar leads the IoT Business Unit and has been instrumental in getting the required skills on board and building the trust of customers.
He leverages his 18+ years of domain expertise in leading our project execution and QA initiatives.Vidya Sagar Jampani, Business Unit Head (IoT)
(The Master of all ‘IoT Trades’!)
Sharad has witnessed the evolution of electronics, software, industrial automation and connected car solutions in his professional journey of more than two decades.
He is regarded as a visionary founder and has been credited for successfully building cross-functional expertise in areas of embedded hardware, software and mobility at Embitel.Sharad Bairathi | Founder and Managing Partner
(A humble leader with a people centric mind-set)
How is a web application different from a website?
- A website is essentially a group of web pages that can be accessed globally within a single domain. It is hosted on one or more servers.
What are the pros and cons of developing a web app for my business?
- The advantages of building a web app for your IoT use case are as follows:
- Unlike mobile apps, there is no need to download and install web apps on the device.
- In comparison to desktop applications, web apps are easier to maintain and there are no compatibility issues across platforms and browsers.
- Users need not manually initiate the update of their application on a periodic basis.
- There is no need to get Mobile App Store approval for web apps.
- Web apps are extremely cost-effective when compared to Native mobile apps and desktop apps.
- Web apps fall behind mobile/desktop apps in the following aspects:
- Web apps are slightly more vulnerable to security hazards.
- Since web apps are not updated on Mobile App Stores, their discoverability is not at par with mobile apps.
- Web apps have limited access to the features of the device.
What are the benefits of Progressive Web Apps?
- A Progressive Web App (PWA) is a type of web application that has the look and feel of a native mobile app. It operates on multiple browsers, such as Opera, Chrome, Samsung Internet, etc.Unlike native mobile apps, users need not download and install PWAs from a PlayStore; installation can be completed by clicking a link.Progressive Web Apps differ from traditional web apps as these are displayed in the app drawer on a phone. These apps can integrate with system settings of the device and send push notifications, just like native apps.
Progressive Web Apps also provide several other advantages to the user, when compared to native/traditional web apps:
- Provides higher security than traditional web apps
- Highly responsive apps
- Can work offline; hence, reliable in the event of network disruptions
- Absence of an app store mediator facilitates easy and instant updates to the app
- Extremely lightweight, when compared to native apps
- PWAs have notably improved the reach, performance and user engagement of several businesses in the past; hence, these have been widely endorsed as the next big thing in the mobile web scene.It should be noted that PWAs are not supported on iOS devices as of now. Also, there are several hardware functionalities unsupported by PWAs.