Mobile App Development

Mobile app development is the process of creating applications that are specifically designed for mobile devices. When it comes to mobile app development trends, the industry keeps changing at a fast pace. New ideas, technologies, and innovations are coming out for developers on a regular basis. Even so, some of these changes stay for longer than others. Mobile Application development is the set of procedure that involved in writing software for smartphones and other hand-held devices. The two most prominent mobile platforms are iOS from Apple and Android from Google. The mobile development process involves creating installable software bundles implementing backend services such as data access with an API, and testing the application on target devices. There are four major development approaches when building mobile applications and they are: native mobile applications, cross-platform native mobile applications, hybrid mobile applications, progressive web applications. Each of these approaches has their own way for developing mobile applications and also has certain advantages and disadvantages. Native mobile applications uses the framework provided by the platform owner and runs directly on the operating system of the device such as IOS and Androind. Cross-platform native mobile applications can be written in variety of different programming languages and frameworks. They are compiled into a native application running directly on the operating system of the device.  Hybrid mobile applications are built with standard web technologies.  Whereas, Progressive web application offer an alternative approach to traditional mobile app development by skipping app store delivery and app installations. PWAs are web applications that utilize a set of browser capabilities such as working offline, running a background process and so on. There are hundreds of cloud and 3rd party services that mobile application developers can leverage to speed up the development and delivery of their applications.

Designing a mobile app is no different from designing an experience for any other screen. The main difference is the user interface(UI). In a desktop world, touchscreens may not exist for every user. But when you’re designing for mobile devices, the experience is only for touchscreens. Likewise, in a desktop environment, cameras and location information may not be readily available, but on a mobile device these elements are everywhere.

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