Appiqo Technologies is a global provider in the Mobile Application development industry. Our main focus on cost effective and high value solutions to all of our clients. We have built a team culture that is focused on client satisfaction and driven by our client needs. Mobile App development has become a inevitable part of the industry with increase in smartphones. We have a team of Talented App developers who can create customized apps by taking care of audience needs.
Thursday, 25 February 2016
MOBILE APP DEVELOPMENT FOR BEGINNERS
Web applications- What you need to knowWeb applications are specifically built for one environment – the web. Therefore, if your phone has a pre-installed web browser (which all smartphones do), the application will be compatible automatically and doesn’t need installation. Also, web apps are platform agnostic. Where they scoreConsistent user experience is possible with web applications. They need to be built only once and function across platforms and devices.
Responsive web applications– What you need to knowA responsive web app is really a web app made with mobile usage in mind. Responsive appsare ideally suited for very large content-driven websites. They’re also used for transactional applications. Where they scoreResponsive web apps have similar advantages as regular web apps. They work well across platforms and devices. Only one application needs to be built and maintained for all environments. The cost of developing the same is also relatively low and it’s easy for non-mobile developers to pick this up fast, as they don’t need to learn mobile specific programming stacks.
The landscape of mobile apps is always changing. Whatever you learn today might be outdated, or even obsolete, within a few months or years. The mobile space is so new that trends are constantly shifting and new insights are made every day. If you plan to develop mobile apps, how can you keep up without going mad? To win the challenge, you’ll need to build a great app (either Android or iOS) and create a sound business plan that shows how you managed the project, gained users, and leveraged AdMob to make money
Near-instant browser refreshes are replaced by slow compilation times, your trusty text editor has been switched with a powerful but bloated IDE, and deploying new features is suddenly a week-long process (for iOS, at least).
The mobile web has not lived up to its promise. For non-trivial apps it remains incredibly difficult to emulate a native look-and-feel in mobile browsers. We won’t rehash the arguments here, but despite years of effort the mobile web remains fundamentally limited by what you can do.