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Creating “Mobile Apps”

The creation of mobile applications is similar to the development of web applications, and therefore has its roots in traditional software development. One critical difference, however, is that mobile apps are often developed specifically to take advantage of the unique features of a particular mobile device.

The development of mobile application is very different which depends on the device type and platform. Development environments, programming language and processes vary greatly. For this reason, apps must currently be developed separately for each platform. Due to the different programming interfaces (APIs) code reusability is limited.

Types of “Mobile Apps”

Mobile App Development

The minute you decide to invest in a mobile app, you're immediately faced with a cannonade of terminology. When developing a mobile app, the initial question should be whether the end product is a web-based, native or hybrid mobile application.

Native Applications

The development of native applications includes implementation with the development tools and APIs directly provided by the platform. The implementation takes place via programming languages, which can be executed natively on the platform.

For example: Java is used for Android applications and Swift is the appropriate programming language for iOS applications.

When creating native applications, developers are required to have a high level of knowledge and profound experience in the respective programming language. The applications have the highest degree of functionality and performance. Another advantage is usually the visually appealing user interface as well as intuitive interaction concepts.

Native apps are installed directly on the respective device. The distribution of the application is usually via a central point such as the App Store or Google Play. Nowadays, most of the apps available are on a native basis.

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