Mobile Application Development

When we do mobile application development, we believe they should be beautiful, functional, easy to use, and responsive.

Mobile application development is the process of making software for smartphones and digital assistants, most commonly for Android and iOS. The software can be preinstalled on the device, downloaded from a mobile app store.

At I-Knowlogy, we develop Native mobile applications ( Android and ios) or cross-platform mobile apps (Flutter) which in the same code the app can be launched on Android and ios together.

Technologies used

Android Java, Android Kotlin, Swift, Flutter

Restful Web API in .NET, Node.js, JAVA, PHP.

MongoDB, MySQL, SQL Server, FireBase

Mobile Application development strategy

1. Strategy

The first phase of the mobile app development process is defining the strategy for evolving your idea into a successful app. As one app’s objectives may differ from another, there is still an app-specific impact to the mobility strategy to address during the development process.

In this phase:

  • Identify the app users
  • Establish the app’s goals and objectives
  • Select a mobile platform for your app

2. Analysis and Planning

At this stage, your app idea starts taking shape and turns into an actual project. Analysis and planning begin with defining use cases and capturing detailed functional requirements.

After you have identified the requirements for your app, prepare a product roadmap. This includes prioritizing the mobile app requirements and grouping them into delivery milestones. If time, resources, or costs are a concern, then define your minimum viable product (MVP) and prioritize this for the initial launch.

3. UI / UX Design

The success of a mobile app is determined based on how well users are adopting and benefiting from all its features. The goal for mobile app UI / UX design is to create excellent user experiences making your app interactive, intuitive, and user-friendly. While polished UI designs will help with early adoption, your app must have intuitive user experiences to keep app users engaged.

  • Information Architecture & Workflows

    The first step of your mobile app design process is to determine the data your mobile app will display to the users, the data it will collect, user interactions with the finished product, and the user journeys within the app.

  • Wireframes

    Mobile app designers often start app design with sketches on paper. Wireframes are the digital form of sketches. Wireframes are conceptual layouts, also referred to as low-fidelity mockups—they give visual structure to your app’s functional requirements.

  • Style Guide

    Style guides are “living documents” where an app’s design standards from your company’s branding rules down to the navigation icons, are documented.

    Style guides include Font, color scheme, company brand reflection in the app

  • Mockups

    Mockups, or high-fidelity designs, are the final renderings of your app’s visual design. Mockups are created by applying your style guide to the app wireframes.

  • Prototype

    While mockups display your mobile app’s functionality using static designs, these can turn into click-thru prototypes with tools like Invision and Figma.

4. App Development

Planning remains an integral part of this phase in the mobile app development process. Before actual development/programming efforts start, you will have to:

  • define the technical architecture,
  • pick a technology stack, and
  • define the development milestones.

A typical mobile app project is made up of three integral parts: back-end/server technology, API(s) and the mobile app front-end.

  • Back-End/Server Technology

    This part includes database and server-side objects necessary for supporting functions of your mobile app. If you are using an existing back-end platform, then modifications may be needed for supporting the desired mobile functionality.

  • API

    An Application Programming Interface (API) is a method of communication between the app and a back-end server/database.

  • Mobile App Front-End

    The front-end is the native mobile app an end-user will use. In most cases, mobile apps consist of interactive user experiences that use an API and a back-end for managing data. In some cases, when an app needs to allow users to work without internet access, the app may utilize local data storage.

5. Testing

Performing thorough quality assurance (QA) testing during the mobile app development process makes applications stable, usable, and secure. To ensure comprehensive QA testing of your app, you first need to prepare test cases that address all aspects of app testing.

  • User Experience Testing

  • Functional Testing

  • Performance Testing

  • Security Testing

  • Device and Platform Testing

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