In the early days, developing Native Apps was the only way to install an application on a smartphone.The most common type of apps, Native applications are designed for specific platforms and are compiled using core programming language such as Swift or Objective C for iOS or Java for Android operating systems.
Since the app is created and optimized for a specific platform, it showcases an extremely high level of performance and the ability to use device-specific hardware (camera, accelerometer, etc.) and software.
iOS Application Development is a multi-layer process right from choosing the right design platform, programming language and finally a user-friendly native app. The prerequisite being the developers must have the expertise to operate in Apple’s integrated development environment (IDE) and write code using either Swift or Objective-C programming language. In addition, they must have a good understanding of the basic abstraction layers that define iOS architecture and also how the app’s files are bundled.Know more
The ever-growing popularity of Android Apps is something we all know about. Building an Android App requires the Android software development kit (SDK) an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) like Android Studio or Eclipse, the Java Software Development Kit (JDK) and a virtual device to test on. The Android software development kit offers a set of comprehensive development tools, libraries, a handset emulator based on QEMU, debugger, sample code, tutorials. The Android Apps can be written using Java, Kotlin and C++ languages.Know more
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