Micro Services, Micro Apps, App Development Goes Micro

The main reason behind the micro app development is to provide a bottoms-up and straightforward approach to creating solutions to difficult problems. It is easy to incorporate micro-services with several systems, and micro apps can be presented as easy-to-consume user interfaces, with micro-flows which allow the users to undertake tasks in various systems with ease.

Even at ResoluteTS App Development department, and other IT departments in many IT companies, business leaders are focusing more on going micro in their app development. There is reason to believe that app development of the future will largely be micro app development.

This micro trend in services, apps, and flows provides a new platform to intertwine existing systems in a unique and gradual way to deliver required solutions quickly.

Micro services

Micro services provide a self-contained facility to operate through an independent control execution dedicated to performing one task at a time. This does away with the heavyweight architectures that required following enterprise-wide protocols. Micro services approve and highlight very easy ways to create, organize and share knowledge and resources in the app development world.

Apart from providing easy means and procedures for apps to communicate with component and services easily, micro services also give the developers the opportunity to understand and exploit the ways to discover opportunities to develop new apps and allow users to enjoy a new generation of apps.

Micro apps

Today, there is almost an app for everything. Just think about an activity you love doing, and you will realize there is an app for it. The main reason for developing apps is that there are users and as long as the users will continue to exist, more and more apps will be developed. However, for the app developers to sustain the competitions, they will add more features which will make the app complicated and overstuffed.

Micro apps do away with these trends. They come with features that address the optimal user essentials, thus providing them with a single-purpose modest app. Good examples of these are the Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp.

Micro flows

Instead of the traditional multi-step machine-to-machine business process that relied on system record, microflows count in a single-step, a human-to-machine process that integrates the existing systems. Micro flows' supporting tools assists in replacing the costly and slow conventional Business Process Management tools and approves new apps that define their reach to the new age user.