Network-building tools have been around for years, but the growth of mobile devices, which enable a range of services and apps to be seamlessly shared, has made them indispensable.
They allow for the creation of complex apps that can easily be shared and shared again.
And as more and more people are moving to a mobile-first world, Flaa networks are being increasingly used to build their own apps.
But in some ways, the networks are even more important than they’ve been.
“Flaa networks have the potential to radically transform the way we think about what it means to build and connect a web,” says Mark Czerny, chief architect at Flaa, which is based in Singapore.
“The ability to build a network that is truly distributed and that doesn’t rely on an existing infrastructure will fundamentally change how we build applications and devices,” he says.
Flaa network-building apps are already available for mobile devices.
Flaa’s Android app is available for iOS devices and is a great example of how Flaa has developed an open source alternative to the established network infrastructure providers like Cisco and Juniper Networks.
The Flaa mobile app is the first step in an ecosystem of Flaa-based apps that could potentially be used to make other mobile apps as well.
In Flaa terms, this means that the network is essentially “open sourced”.
Czernys team will also work with Flaa on the Flaa Network Security platform, which will allow developers to integrate Flaa features into their own services.
In the future, the Fla Network Security team could also work on a mobile application to help connect services like medical imaging services to users.
“There are so many applications that have been created using Flaa technology that have already been built,” Czarnys says.
“With the Flawless network, we are able to build on top of the Flair infrastructure to create a truly decentralized network.
We will continue to build applications to improve the Flabless experience for developers.”
In the meantime, the network can also be used for the production of apps.
“In Flaa Networks, you can use the Flai network to make apps to make use of all of the benefits of Fla, including the security benefits of using the network,” Czernys says, adding that the Flae network is “the only network that allows you to get the same security and privacy benefits of a public network.”