HOW TO CREATE BOTH ANDROID AND IOS APP
But first things :
I Have to say on that long “life path” of a mobile application – from the idea to the moment when it reaches its business goals – it often happens that there are more questions than answers.
Based on my experience, I can say that clients have almost the same problems:
- programming language
But the most important one is the correct sequence of actions.
I have identified 9 steps that need to be completed to achieve the main goal in the mobile app development.
Step 1. Idea and Strategy
Nothing to add – it all starts with the clear vision…
Step 2. Perfect Team
It’s great when you have an internal team of engineers, product managers, and designers. If it didn’t happen so – think about searching more yourself
Step 3. Type of Mobile App Development
Is it gonna be a Native, a Hybrid or a Cross-platform app?
I also highly recommend considering creating a PWA site .
Step 4. Platform and Language
Less words more visibility
Step 5. Wireframe
It’s not a design yet, but a black-and-white architecture with functional elements specified.
Step 6. Frontend and Backend
The frontend of an application is everything that a user will see and interact with. The backend is the server-side of your application, its remotely set logic.
Step 7. Testing
Your app’s functionality should be tested on all possible devices, given all possible use cases. This will help identify issues before the product hits the market.
Step 8. Deployment, Market Submission and Monetization
This is about the path to application stores, attracting users, increasing their interest and loyalty and, as a result, making long-awaited profits.
Step 9. Mobile App Maintenance
I don’t want to scare you, but there is a 71% chance your app will be uninstalled within the first 90 days.
Make sure your app is running well and take care of its updating: check the existing features and launch new ones, make prompt bug fixes and add new content.
To sum it up here is a promisedto remember and keep handy all the steps that you need to take along the way to guarantee the successful outcome of your mobile application.