Phase 2: App Development
Most mobile app development projects have 3 integrated elements:
- Mobile platform
- Application Programming Interface (APls): sending & receiving information to process
- Frontend development: what your users see
Create a website that can be accessed from a desktop, mobile, or other interface. A responsive app enables users to have a better experience irrespective of the device, OS, screen size, orientation, and browser platform.
Hybrid Mobile App
Native Mobile Apps
Develop a smartphone application that is coded in a specific programming language, such as Objective C for iOS or Java for Android operating systems. Because it is tied to one type of operating system, the app requires duplicate versions that work on each platform.
Mobile app backends store, secure, and process data, the action behind interacting with your mobile application: signing up, signing in, storing data, answering user queries, etc. APls must be secure, fast, and flexible.
Mobile App Frontend Development
Mobile frontend development connects to APls and the backend. Developers have a wide range of options that tie to the choice of mobile platform. For example, iOS applications can be developed using Objective-C or Swift. Android Applications can be developed using Java or Kotlin. Each programming language offers unique capabilities for your mobile platform.