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Build native, cross-platform experiences in a fraction of time.
Judo experiences fit seamlessly into your existing app.
Use it where it makes sense and focus your engineering on the hard stuff.
The Mac App
Build user interfaces visually on top of SwiftUI and Jetpack Compose — with the Judo
Connect experiences to any REST or GraphQL API to build dynamic, data-driven experiences.
Add actions to buttons to navigate between screens, deep link into your app or display permission prompts.
Preview experiences on real devices before you ship.
Judo’s powerful platform makes it easy to add server-driven UI to your iOS and Android apps, allowing your team to build native UI visually and publish them instantly, skipping the app store.
The Mobile Apps
Open your experience in the Judo iOS and Android apps to preview the end-user experience.
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Get feedback from designers, marketers and product managers before releasing to your users.
Accessibility and Localization
Preview your experience in dark mode, test different languages and try the screen reader right on your phone.
Skip the app store and update your app instantly — on both platforms.
Judo’s approach to SDUI is the best I've seen. Their visual editor exposes the underlying platform APIs for full control and customization.
The Judo SDKs use SwiftUI and Jetpack Compose to render experiences without compromise.
Sync experiences in the background to avoid loading indicators and enable offline support.
Integrate with your app’s existing messaging and analytics SDKs such as Braze and Segment.
May 19, 2022
In this tutorial, our Lead Product Specialist Kevin walks us through how we go about hooking up a Judo experience to the headless CMS platform Contentful, using their GraphQL Content API.
May 4, 2022
The Atlanta Falcons were looking for a way to engage new app visitors, convert them into regular users, announce new app features and increase user retention. They made it possible with a dynamic mobile app onboarding built with Judo.
April 19, 2022
Designers and developers use Judo to enable server-driven UI in their iOS and Android apps. But our vision for Judo isn’t limited to server-side workflows: Now, in Judo 1.8, you can use Code Export to export your Judo experiences to SwiftUI code, which can then be imported into any Xcode project.