Build cross-platform Native Progressive Web Apps for iOS, Android, and the Web ⚡️
"App" in quotes because I'm a web dev and don't know how to do real mobile development. The core webapp is built with React. Then, I'm using Capacitor to bundle and ship those HTML, CSS, and JS files to the App Store + Google Play. To the end user, it should just appear as a typical native app. I think it's pretty cool that the tooling exists now for us to do this nowadays. For the product itself, it's a stock research tool called Bloom. Our goal is that, when you’re looking to make a long term stock trade, you can use Bloom to do the research, find the relevant info with less noise, and ultimately save time. We want to improve on mainstream apps like Yahoo Finance, by focusing specifically on users that are looking to make longer term investments. This lets us deliver only the relevant info, without noise, ads, and clickbait. So outside of the basic functionality you would expect, like a watchlist, search, charts, and stats, here are some of Bloom’s unique features:
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