Why investing in code refactoring is crucial for app success?
8 posts tagged as:
Mobile app development is the process of building applications that run on mobile devices. Such software can be pre-installed on devices, downloaded from a mobile app store, or accessed through a mobile web browser. Programming languages such as Java, Swift, C#, or HTML5 are used to create such software.
Currently, there are the following methods for developing mobile applications:
Native development – development of applications for a specific operating system, with careful consideration of all its requirements and standards. These are applications that speak the same programming language (code) as the one for which they were created – like Swift for iOS and Kotlin for Android. Basically, an application written in a specific code will only fit the corresponding devices.
Cross-platform applications – allows you to create a single application that can run on both Android and iOS. With this type of application, only once source code is created that we can run on both systems.
Progressive Web Applications (PWAs) – the creation of applications that take the form of web resources, but to users look just like native software. From the user’s perspective, progressive web apps combine the best features of using a browser and using mobile apps. Like a browser, they allow users to quickly search for data without installation, while they take from native apps their functions related to the use of device functions.
Each application is built differently and will be different in the requirements and amount of time needed to produce it. The method chosen to create the application should work best with the expectations and goals of the person contracting to build it. Developers today have many development tools, but in order to choose the right one, tactics should be well thought out.
To learn more about mobile development, see the blog posts below.
March 2, 2023 - 7 min read
Flutter is a great framework for writing cross-platform code that works across many devices and ecosystems. However, it wouldn’t be like that without Dart. Despite being a single-threaded language, Dart supports asynchronous programming and parallelism. But what does it all mean, and what’s the difference?Read more
February 23, 2023 - 6 min read
For e-commerce businesses looking to capitalize on this trend, developing an m-commerce app can be an excellent approach. However, building a successful mobile app takes more than adapting an existing e-commerce website to mobile devices.Read more
December 14, 2022 - 8 min read
Any of us who have worked longer on Flutter projects know how important it is that the project has the proper structure and architecture – that it’s scalable and testable. How can you achieve these goals?Read more
August 22, 2022 - 6 min read
Nowadays, we depend on our devices daily for nearly everything we do. Whether it’s for taking photos of our pets, booking holidays, ordering food, shopping online, or banking, a lot of us do this using…Read more
August 19, 2022 - 4 min read
Why sometimes we shouldn’t avoid crashes of mobile apps? When should we? Is it a good idea to “try catch” the whole application’s code? To Crash, or Not to Crash, That Is the Question. In…Read more
August 10, 2022 - 6 min read
Are you still wondering which framework you should use to create your next mobile application? When it is time to choose the technology on which the application will be created, there are many variables to…Read more
January 27, 2022 - 6 min read
Just in 2021, there have been 230 billion mobile apps downloaded worldwide. It’s up by more than 63% from downloads in 2016. With the constantly increasing mobile market, there comes a question on how to…Read more
January 7, 2022 - 6 min read
Many mobile and web development companies are offering cross-platform application development services nowadays. With such a wide range of possibilities, how to choose one that will build your wonderful idea? If you’re looking to hire…Read more