Progressive Web Apps are the next big trend, especially for business models for which native apps offer little real added value. Thomas Gottheil explains in 2 minutes how you can build a PWA with Frontastic, even in your existing infrastructure, what advantages that has and what comes after PWAs.

Thomas explains briefly which issues managers, marketers and content managers often encounter today when it comes to continuously improving their frontend experiences. He also shows how that process can be improved. In less than 2 minutes you’ll learn how to quickly, flexibly and independently build, deploy and continuously optimize your customer experiences with Frontastic.

Why Frontastic is more than “just” a frontend: With our editor we give marketers and content managers the possibility to implement their frontend ideas really agile and in real-time. With the preview function, users can view and optimize their front-end adjustments directly on various mobile devices before the best design goes live. That’s how real mobile-first frontend optimization works!

How and why Frontastic as a frontend management platform helps our customers to make frontend development more flexible, easier and faster: Thomas explains it to you in 2 very informative minutes.
Also: how our API-First approach ensures the optimal provision of data and processes, how content and marketing managers create a Progressive Web App with our editor easily and without IT effort, and why fast testing and improvement is important for our customers.
Take a look, it’s worth it!

In this video, Thomas talks about his experience in customer projects during his time as owner of a successful e-commerce agency. He explains why these experiences inspired him to develop a frontend as a service.
You will find out which core problem a Frontend as a Service solves for retailers and shop operators and what outstanding customer experiences have to do with sustainable business value creation.

Mobile First is just as much an important topic today as it was three years ago. Also Responsive Design is still a hot topic which has not yet arrived fully in commerce reality.

Frontend as a Service (FaaS) – was ist das eigentlich und wie kann dieser Service den unterschiedlichen Personenkreisen helfen?

Since being founded, Frontastic has operated as completely location-independent company. By now, our team is not only spread all over Germany but increasingly also based abroad. By now, organising ourselves as a remote native company has proven to be an important factor for our company’s development. Read all about why and how we build our team remotely and why that is a big advantage for us as we grow.

Tech start-up Frontastic closes its first year in business successfully. With a 6-digit turnover, early stage investor Aschendorff NEXT on board and further investor conversations well underway, the five founders have laid the foundations for another exciting year 2019.

Apollo, the optician with the largest number of stores in Germany, relies on the innovative Frontastic frontend management platform to implement new business ideas faster and with less resource consumption. The project was launched in October. The goal is to put the new platform into operation in spring 2019.