At Usabilla we believe that our solution must be available to as many users as possible. If you have a native App (iOS or Android), our native SDK's (iOS & Android) are the ones you're looking for. However, what if your App is written using a different framework? Can you still use Usabilla for Apps? Yes, you can! This article will help you get a general understanding on the solutions that we have created for supporting the most common app development frameworks. We'll be going over why it's necessary in some cases and how it can help you use Usabilla in your own App.
Tip: Click here to go straight to the list of supported app development frameworks.
Let's start with the basics. Nearly all mobile Apps are built to run on two platforms; iOS and Android. Both platforms have their own programming language of preference. iOS apps are written in Swift and Android Apps are written in Java/Kotlin. Whenever Apps are written in these native languages we call them native Apps. The two Usabilla for Apps Software Development Kits (SDK's) are also written in native languages.
So what now, our SDKs are written in Swift and Java (native languages) but the app is written using a framework like React Native. Have no fear, our translators are here. Well...our bridges are here! These bridges will make sure that the functionalities from our SDK can be called and used by your App using the language of the framework that has been used to create your App.
App development frameworks
Below you'll find a list of our current bridges including the links to the resources to get you started.
Is the bridge you're looking for not in the list above? Feel free to contact your Custom Success Manager and share the bridge you're looking for or the framework your App has been build with.
Bridges built! Let our bridges help you bridge the gap between you and the feedback-less Apps!