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React native — https://reactnative.dev/docs/native-components-android

Flutter — https://docs.flutter.dev/development/platform-integration/platform-views#android

Warapping native UI components in react native is lot more natural as react native already wraps many native UI components such as ScrollView and TextInput as part of their core UI library. This is not the case with Flutter. Flutter UI components are created and managed by flutter engine. Hosting native UI components within Flutter is complicated and has performance overhead — see https://docs.flutter.dev/development/platform-integration/platform-views#performance.

It’s possible to wrap graphics heavy native UI components in react native without much performance implication. This isn’t the case with Flutter.

Just realized that reading speed differs quite a bit from one person to others, whereas seeing/listening speed is more or less same among people.

ie, Any two people can’t start & complete a book at the same time whereas many people shall start & complete a movie at the same time.

When comes to SaaS tools, one of the interesting metrics is ratio between ARPU (Avg revenue per user also known as avg lifetime value of the customer — LTV) and CAC (Cutomer acquition cost). This ratio will tell us how long will it take to recover money that we invest to acquire the customers.

If CAC demands good resource & time, it make sense to focus on large ticket customers to get better ARPU/CAC ratio.

For DIY SaaS tools, CAC is mostly nothing, hence DIY tool business is more attarctive.

Are you looking for no-frills pich deck template?

  1. Brand with elevator pitch
  2. Problem statement — What is the major pain point for your customer.
  3. Solution — For a problem, there could be many soultions. Describe abstractly about your solution.
  4. Product — What is your product? + Demo link
  5. Traction — How is your growth?
  6. Business model — How do you intend to make money
  7. Market size — How big is the market
  8. Competitive landscape — Who are your competitors
  9. Competitive advantage — What is unique about your product and why is that important. What is the thing that your competitors aren’t getting it?
  10. What do you want — How much are you raising ? + Details on existing round.
  11. Contact details — How to reach you

Startups are all about growth. Till a startup finds product-market fit, there will not be a growth. Once product-market fit is found, growth shall be divided into,

  1. Linear growth — Linear growth is propotional to adding more resource/capacity. Ex: Consulting businesses, Restaurants, Cafes
  2. Non linear (Exponential — Hokey stick pattern) growth — DIY products and services. Ex: Google, Apple

A startup showing signs of non-linear growth excites investors.