As a mobile app developer, SoftTeco building apps remains an easy thing to do. The degree of distress also varies. Some apps have complicated difficulty levels that take months to develop apps.
Here are some challenges to becoming a mobile app developer:
1. Technology Development (H2/H3)
Mobile application development is grouped into two types:
- Native Application Development. The original app was built for a specific platform (like Apple iOS, Google Android, Windows Phone Window or Blackberry). Native applications are generally characterized by better user experience and superior application performance provided they are designed, developed and run on the operating system, opposite to the web. In this portfolio, we collect some of the work completed by SoftTeco, it’s possible that we’ve done something similar to your project.
- Hybrid app development. The main disadvantage of the app? You have to develop applications for each platform, which is time consuming and not timely cost effective. Hybrid mobile apps are typically developed using HTML5 and can be installed on mobile devices, but run through a web browser. Hybrid mobile app development reduces the time to build and market applications across multiple platforms. On the other hand, hybrid apps can lag in performance, and you may have to sacrifice some key features.
2. Fragmentation of Devices and Operating Systems (H2/H3)
There is a huge amount of fragmentation of devices and operating systems that are currently on the market. As a company mobile app developer, your first challenge is to choose between the three most common platforms (iOS, Android and Windows) when creating apps for your clients who in turn need to reach their own clients.
As a developer, you obviously want to create applications with configurations and capabilities that are compatible with relevant vendors. On the other hand, you have to remember the needs of your clients.
3. UI / UX (H2/H3)
For obvious reasons, UI / UX is a major concern for mobile application developers. Your first challenge must be done by creating the best client experience. But, other concerns are client hassles about mobile app functionality, as well as their ever-changing aesthetic preferences. As an enterprise application developer, another challenge for you is the variability of various platforms depending on screen size, resolution, and technology.
Failure to weigh all this can lead to an intuitive and uncomplicated client experience, which can lead to lower adoption in the market. To address these challenges, you need to consider different OS requirements, fix frequent bugs, and use primary hardware icons and buttons (such as “home” or “menu”) to make your app more intuitive. Create applications that can be used on multiple platforms, and bring more interactive options like shaking, tilting and flipping.
4. Build Cloud Servers Architecture (H2/H3)
In addition to focus on the App Mobile logic you build. Note the server capabilities you use. In addition mobile developers often make the server environment start 0. Unfortunately it’s too much waste of time. Most mobile developers use Mobile Back end as a Service to accelerate their development cycle.
5. Security and Content Management (H2/H3)
The need for mobile app content is growing and more dynamic. In addition to text, there is a demand for images, videos, and animations in the app content. The challenge comes in combining all these into a monolithic expansion file, which is required for some app stores.
There are several mobile content management solutions out there, so experiment with a lot. In addition to content management, the main concern of enterprise security developers is that kind of content. Usually, the ability to access app content comes with great opportunities for companies and their clients. But opportunities also bring fear of misuse of information. This is why some companies lock their applications with mobile device management solutions, which, if misused, lead to a poor client experience.
On the other hand, employees do not like controlling too many corporate networks and on their own devices. You can see the problem. As a corporate mobile app developer, your application should strive to find authentication plans, proper server side validation, and data encryption essential to address these security issues.
It’s important that your security is flexible, and very different from one company to another. For example, the level of security and authentication you need for a banking application is completely different from that for an online store.