Integration of 1C and a mobile app?

I would like to know whether it is possible for 1C:Enterprise 8.Trade management and customer relationship management (CRM) to create a mobile application? How will they interact?
September 19th 19 at 00:16
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September 19th 19 at 00:18
I didn't do a mobile app, but as far as I know the mobile app is a separate configure with our own database and limited functionality. Respectively, for exchange of the same mechanisms: web services, xml files, http services(starting with the 8.3 version of the framework).
To exchange changes between the manuals/documents you can use the exchange plans, as far as I know.

Since 8.3.6 promise to add support for services push notifications to Google and apple. Native JSON support is also starting 8.3.6 will begin to be added.
>>JSON support is also starting 8.3.6 will start to be added
Since the end of February is already a test build available - it is possible testit. - Gaston13 commented on September 19th 19 at 00:21
September 19th 19 at 00:20
I have my own project where 1C and a mobile app on Android exchange information via SOAP. I also participated as 1C programmer in the project of a mobile application for sales agents for UT - we also did everything via web services.

But it's all old projects. Last year, the platform available HTTP services. My colleague used them recently when implementing bundles of UT and the Agent+. The implementation goes more simple (both from the 1S, and the mobile app) and decreased the volume of traffic.

PS the point about mobile apps. It can be done with the platform "1C: Enterprise" platform Agent "+ 2" or do samapika Java/Swift/Object-C - the choice is yours depending on hardware limitations, budget and the availability of experienced developers.

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