Written by Jerome Granados on Wednesday, January 13th 2021
No-code is a term that is currently in vogue. Not a day goes by without a new no-code tool being posted on Product Hunt.
No-code, low-code, all these tools are there to allow you to do extraordinary things, without writing a single line of code.
You're immediately thinking about GoodBarber? You're right :) With GoodBarber, you can create an app of your restaurant, an app of your grocery store, an app of your clothing store or an app of your local newspaper without any technical knowledge... but you already know that.
What you may not know is that GoodBarber teams have been offering no-code tools for 20 years! Yes, 20 years ;)
Written by Marie Pireddu on Monday, January 11th 2021
Today the mobile app market is expanding rapidly as our society relies increasingly on smartphones and digital technology.
According to Statista in 2017, 178 million apps were downloaded, and this number is set to reach 258 billion by 2022. There’s clearly a high demand for apps, which renders the mobile market highly competitive.
But it’s not easy to create an app. Mobile app development takes time, expertise, and is usually expensive. Often people make the mistake of diving straight in instead of taking the time to analyze their ideas and understand the different steps necessary to build a successful app.
Whether you want to create an app to complement your website, to reach a new audience for your business or simply have a great idea for a new app, in this article we will explore each step starting from your app ideas to the publication and upkeep of your app.
Written by Christophe Spinetti on Friday, January 8th 2021
There are 2 types of Apps with GoodBarber: Shopping Apps and Content Apps. In all, GoodBarber offers over 500 features and new ones are released regularly. With a GoodBarber Reseller subscription, you can create unlimited Apps, and therefore, you can create as many demo apps as you want.
Now, this is why creating demo apps is good practice.
Written by Mathieu Fancello on Wednesday, January 6th 2021
That's it 2021 is finally here! After this rather special year, the GoodBarber team wishes you all the best for the coming year and of course a lot of success in your journey as an app creator!
In December, we worked on a new Fast Checkout add-on. We created it to simplify the payment process and remove unnecessary steps for your clients. Depending on the shipping method activated in your shop, during the ordering process, your clients will only be asked to provide specific information about the chosen shipping method. No more time wasted filling in unnecessary details!
You'll find below a summary of the improvements and updates made during the month of December 2020
Written by Marie Pireddu on Wednesday, December 23rd 2020
What a year, right?
The Covid-19 pandemic has been one of the main events that made 2020 a year like no other. It changed our way of working as we knew it. It took its toll on many communities and small businesses. Being present on digital channels has proven to be a must for these businesses.
2020 has been a year of unprecedented changes and challenges. But we remain optimistic. We've seen the people helping people. Businesses stepping up and even grow.
As we are a few days away from leaving 2020 behind, we take a moment to look at GoodBarber's key moments.
Written by Marie Pireddu on Wednesday, December 16th 2020
For your Shopping App, as for any online shop, the checkout is one of the most important steps. How smooth (or not) the buyer experience is at this moment will determine if your potential client finalizes the purchase or not.
When you know that the average cart abandonment rate is 69.57%, you'll want to optimize your checkout page. Lucky for you, GoodBarber is always looking for ways to enhance your shopping app. In addition to already existing optimization features such as one-click payment, quick-buy button, we have now released the Fast Checkout add-on.
Written by Christophe Spinetti on Friday, December 11th 2020
Article originally published 07/10/2017.
Agencies often wonder if they can use their own developer account to publish their clients' apps or if they should ask their clients to create their own accounts. Let's be clear right now, it is mandatory to use your clients' accounts to publish their apps. This may seem restrictive but these are clear rules enacted by Apple and Google for the management of their Stores. They want to be contractually bound to the owner of the content, i.e. your client, not you.
Written by Mathieu Fancello on Wednesday, December 2nd 2020
This month we've been working to help you comply with the new standards. No jealousy this time, one is for Shopping Apps, and the other for Classic Apps:
SCA payment: On December 31, 2020, the new security requirements imposed on banks and payment organizations by the Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2 ) will take effect in the countries of the European Economic Area (EEA). The European standard called SCA (Strong Customer Authentication), which is version 2 of the 3D Secure payment, will then come out.
Transparency and Consent Framework: The IAB (Interactive Advertising Bureau) has published a new version of the Transparency and Consent Framework, TCF V2. The objective is to ensure transparency between publishers (owners of sites displaying ads), ad networks, and suppliers (ad suppliers) using CMPs (Consent Management Platforms) that are verified by the IAB.