Mobile App Developer

mobile app developer

Mobile application development is the established procedures and processes that go into creating software for small wireless computing devices, such as tablets and smartphones. Being the same as web application development, mobile application development processes have their beginnings in traditional software development. 

We are talking about something that is similar to web application development, and has its roots in more traditional software development. A critical difference, however, is that mobile applications are typically written specifically to take advantage of the unique features that a particular mobile device offers. An example might be a gaming app that could be written to take advantage of the iPhone's accelerometer. 

One way to ensure that applications show optimal performance on a given device is to develop the application natively on that device. This means that the code is written specifically for the processor of a particular device. When an app needs to run on multiple operating systems, however, there is little code that can be reused from early development. 

Every day the market that arises around mobile applications and the request by customers for optimal development is growing. The choice options will begin by knowing if we want an exclusive application on iOS or Android that contain specific functions of those operating systems optimizing their hardware or if we want hybrid applications that can allow development for both operating systems and even adapted as a web application that allows the viewing from a browser. 

Speaking of the best mobile app developer tools, here are some: 

Native Development (iOS) 

For iOS, Apple Watch and Apple TV, Swift is the language chosen by the apple company for the development of its applications. This strongly typed language, which will allow fewer errors during development, facilitates the use of functional programming patterns, and will also automatically manage memory. 

Native Development (Android) 

Kotlin is the development language for mobile applications that will help prevent common programming errors in Android applications, which will be strongly typed and will allow interoperation with Java- based code, so that it is not limited exclusively to this type of language. 

Hybrid Development 

One of the best alternatives for agile app development. This development environment uses web standards such as HTML, JavaScript and CSS, allowing to obtain a Progressive Web App with the ability to work on iOS and Android as a native application. You do not necessarily have to install the application on the phone as it will allow access through a browser, but it also adds the option of generating applications to publish both on Google Play and the App Store. 

Semi-Hybrid Development 

This development environment will allow the development of cross- platform native apps, which will allow developing using C # code for the logic and XAML for the views, all the necessary code for all platforms. 

After looking at these examples about the tools, we can conclude that the advantages that native development will have will be the possibility of accessing both all types of sensors and the complete hardware of the device, both internal and external, and will offer 100% performance of the visual environment. 

Hybrid development will allow us to reach the maximum audience by developing in one go for both platforms, which in native development would have a much higher cost since there would be two totally different applications.

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