Once you've decided you want to generate a custom mobile app, you have the possibility to include 3 web resources inside the application, under their own menu.
A web resource can be a mobile-friendly single-page application or a simple
html file. You can also choose the menu icon of your custom in-app page.
You also have the possibility to include a QR scanner in the mobile app's left menu, so that your users can scan the QR images you provide. When a QR scan occurs, a
POST request is issued to the URL you've specified containing the QR code and a user device token.
The web resource is loaded via a native WebView, therefore you can add custom functionality (such as shopping cart, support page or forum) that your users can access.
When a web resource is loaded, a custom Authorisation HTTP header is sent as well, so that you can authorize that the request is coming from one of your legitimate users, essentially having a logged-in user.
The Authorisation header's value can then be used to call the iWelcome Authenticator API and fetch the user's information, essentially performing an auto-login.
An example on how these pages work is described under Use case: Secure shopping mobile app