Development of native or hybrid applications


Native apps are developed specifically for a specific mobile operating system; Hybrid apps are a combination of native and web apps that can be deployed on different OS and run on different browsers like Safari, IE or Chrome.

Hardware and software planning

Obviously, the easiest way is to develop one application and deploy it everywhere without creating multiple versions. Cross-compatible technologies such as Javascript, HTML5 and jQuery will help the developer to cope with this task with a solid top five.
A one-size-fits-all approach is much cheaper for beginners than developing multiple native apps for each platform. But UX will be predictably lower.

Native apps make the most of OS features and device-specific software and hardware (cameras, one-touch pay, GPS).
UI / UX design
In today's world, you simply cannot ignore this aspect: UI/UX is critical to the success of a mobile app.

The user interface, as you know, is interface design, and UX refers to the experience that the user gets not only with the product, but also as a result of interacting with your company and brand.
In the context of a mobile app, good UX means ease of use, attractive, easy navigation, clear messages in legible fonts, informative text, pleasing visuals, easy access to information, clear calls to action.
• Make sure the program does not use too much data. Otherwise, users will use it once, and then try to turn it on as rarely as possible.
• Make sure the application loads quickly. Ask the developer to fix slowdown factors (flash animation, extra video, etc.)
• Always respond to user actions. If the response takes time (e.g. loading), be sure to use a live progress bar.
Here are some details of the development process:
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