If you’re a Salesforce user, you’ve likely seen the term “native” advertised in many Salesforce AppExchange descriptions. But what exactly does that mean, and similarly, what does it mean if an app is non-native?
As a non-native app, FormAssembly is offering helpful resources to help Salesforce users understand the difference between native and non-native Salesforce apps. The FormAssembly Salesforce app structure offers unmatched customization opportunities, high standards of security and compliance, and unlimited integration capabilities. In this blog, we’ll explain more about our Salesforce app and how our non-native structure can be used to our customers’ advantage.
Native vs. non-native Salesforce apps
While “native” is a feature that many apps on the Salesforce AppExchange describe as a benefit, there are plenty of undeniable benefits to non-native apps as well. Because non-native apps are built independently outside of the Salesforce Lightning Platform, they oftentimes offer an even stronger level of flexibility.
Several successful AppExchange apps, including FormAssembly, are built with a non-native structure, and therefore deliver a unique set of benefits to Salesforce users. If you’re weighing out the differences between native and non-native Salesforce apps, be sure to download our native vs. non-native fact sheet!
About the FormAssembly Salesforce App
FormAssembly is the all-in-one form builder and data collection platform. With our robust Salesforce integration, high security and compliance standards, and customizable form builder, we help organizations in all industries get the most out of their data.
If you’re looking for a way to solve data collection problems, give FormAssembly a try today—no credit card required!