- October 16, 2019
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Mobile app development
As an Application software developer we consider a long array of screen sizes, hardware specifications, and configurations because of intense competition in mobile software and changes within each of the platforms.
We at our organization have expertise in creation of mobile apps for Android based Operating Systems and I-Phone ( iOS ) based Operating systems used in mobile phones.
Android has been the best-selling OS worldwide on smart phones having more than a billion monthly active users followed by iOS.
We at our organization develop, deploy and manage mobile apps that are made from many components and tools which allow a developer to write, test and deploy applications into the target platform environment.
Front-end development tools
Front-end development tools are focused on the user interface and user experience (UI-UX) and provide the following abilities:
- UI design tools
- SDKs to access device features
- Cross-platform accommodations/support
Back-end tools pick up where the front-end tools leave off, and provide a set of reusable services that are centrally managed and controlled and provide the following abilities:
- Integration with back-end systems
- User authentication-authorization
- Data services
- Reusable business logic
Security add-on layers
With bring your own device (BYOD) becoming the norm within more enterprises, IT departments often need stop-gap, tactical solutions that layer atop existing apps, phones, and platform component. Features include
- App wrapping for security
- Data encryption
- Client actions
- Reporting and statistics
Criteria for selecting a development platform usually contain the target mobile platforms, existing infrastructure and development skills. When targeting more than one platform with cross-platform development it is also important to consider the impact of the tool on the user experience. Performance is another important criterion, as research on mobile apps indicates a strong correlation between application performance and user satisfaction. Along with performance and other criteria, the availability of the technology and the project’s requirement may drive the development between native and cross-platform environments.
Mobile app testing
Mobile applications are first tested within the development environment using emulators and later subjected to field testing. Emulators provide an inexpensive way to test applications on mobile phones to which developers may not have physical access. The following are examples of tools used for testing application across the most popular mobile operating systems.
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