said 1 year ago:
@virgilvergara At the time I built the Apps, Lajure only offered one free App, whereas, with Shortstack, I built eleven for free. That is the reason, I’ve used ShortStack more, however, I do like the one App that I built with Lajure better. It just appeared better – my website fit nicely into Lajure’s widget.
When I built the same App in ShortStack, my website did not fit as well. Even though I built it to the same dimensions, the site overlapped the right-side margin and it just didn’t look as nice. So… I display my website’s inventory page using Lajure and all the other Apps are built with ShortStack.
The one thing I found very useful in ShortStack was the ability to store media on their servers. I don’t know if Lajure offers this service; I didn’t spend much time on Lajure checking out all the features there.
You can always easily change providers and build new apps or use multiple providers as I have. I had never built Apps before and the process with both providers I used, was really straight forward and no coding knowledge was required.
I hope this was helpful to you. Let me know if there is anything further I can do for you. Take care.