If an online store is to effectively acquire and retain customers, it must deliver the best possible customer experience. The key to doing this is to connect with customers at all possible touch points. The experience has to be great every time to keep customers coming back.
The most important point of contact with all these days is a seamless mobile experience. Indeed, mobile traffic (including tablets) now represents more than 52.6% of all traffic. In addition, before going to a store, 80% of shoppers first visit the online store using their mobile devices.
Given these numbers, providing a quality mobile experience is not only useful but also essential if you want to do business online. According to Criteo's 2018 annual report, retailers need to prioritise and optimise shopping apps or risk leaving money on the table.
But the question arises as to how to actually create an effective and likely successful mobile e-commerce application (lots of visitors, lots of sales and repeat customers).
[...] This protocol is the evolution of HTTP, which incorporates an additional layer of security to data sent over SSL or TLS connections. Today, most digital businesses are carried out with HTTPS protocols instead of HTTP, created by Eric Rescorla and Allan, M. Schiffman in 1999, which are on the verge of extinction. Due to the growing number of cyber-attacks, the use of HTTPS has become widespread since 2018. This is because the previous HTTP had greater weaknesses and was not as secure. [...]
[...] They describe both the statistical structure and the dynamic behaviour of a system. -State diagrams describe the dynamic behaviour of a system in response to external stimuli. They are important for modelling reactive objects whose states are triggered by specific events. -Component diagrams: They describe the organisation of physical software components, including source code and executables. All these diagrams make it possible to reconcile user needs with the characteristics of the application to be created. These diagrams form the basis of the modelling process, which continues with the creation of a mockup (with Dreamweaver or Adobe illustrator, among other tools) which provides a concrete view of the future interface of the application. [...]
[...] System design Here, we define the various technical choices that will accompany the programming. Programming In this step, developers realise the application using programming languages, DBMS, etc. The tests It is essential to verify that the software works and meets the needs of the users as defined at the beginning. During these tests, we can associate users. The In this phase, IT professionals install the application deployment of the hardware and make adjustments to make the application work in the consumers' working environment. System This phase follows installations. [...]
[...] This content management system is ideal for businesses on a budget. PrestaShop, available in 65 international languages, allows you to create stores in the cloud. As advantages - Easy to install and economical - A great option for beginners - Supports multiple currencies and languages - Integrates reliable, convenient and secure payment gateways like PayPal and Google Checkout. VI. Web development As we saw above, application development is based on a good model. In particular, e-shop web applications are more difficult to develop, as they require the integration of electronic payment. [...]
[...] There is a myriad of e-commerce mobile applications already on the market. You have to stand out from the crowd, and these features will help you take a step. If you take a customer-centric approach by offering them the greatest ease of purchase, you can easily retain your customers. Make customers feel that you understand the issues they face while shopping with another mobile app and the solution. Make them worth the time, energy and money they spend using your mobile app. [...]
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