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Top 3 Mobile Application Development Strategies that Work Well

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No matter if you are developing mobile apps for your company’s clients, enterprise users, or external customers, the mobile app development process is iterative. There are many technologies and architectures that are booming in the market just to support flexible mobile apps and to make the mobile app development process speedy, collaborative and flexible enough.

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Top 3 Mobile Application Development Strategies that Work Well

  1. 1. Top 3 Mobile Application Development Strategies
  2. 2. No matter if you are developing mobile apps for your company’s clients, enterprise users, or external customers, the mobile app development process is iterative. There are many technologies and architectures that are booming in the market just to support flexible mobile apps and to make the mobile app development process speedy, collaborative and flexible enough. Opting for a modular approach to creating a mobile app will create numerous opportunities to make the process efficient. In this blog, I’m coming up with three emerging trends that will help mobile application development companies directed in the right direction and make the process easier.
  3. 3. Using microservices in the backend will make the Mobile App Development process more efficient and flexible. Microservices are basically act as an architecture that fully support faster reiteration. They are an amazing pattern for architecting small backed services that can easily be developed independently and join together through APIs. Microservices are tailor-made to complete a specific action and combine with other microservices to make a unique, full-featured service. Since microservices are connected with APIs, there are no dependencies for mobile developers to track. However, dynamic mobile development organizations can work independently on different microservices to make apps easier to maintain and scale. 1. Microservices
  4. 4. The idea of developing separate mobile app is leading to disintegrate as card-based UI designs are gaining more traction. Cards based data and images in rectangular shapes on the web page can be layered and easily be moved. Most dieting and dating websites are now copying the card- based user interfaces to show information in a unique card. This user interface is flexible and enables businesses to experiment with various ways to convey the information that is most relevant to the user and the device both. Every card is focused on a particular action or focus. Deep links can be used to connect cards to each other or connect to specific pages in a completely different app. 2. Card-Based UI Designs and Deep Links
  5. 5. The idea of component based architecture is being supported in new native JavaScript frameworks as well. Now various mobile operating system vendors give access to the JavaScript systems, helping developers to use native UI features and APIs with JavaScript. These native coding is wrapped with declarative language so that mobile app developers can operate independently and can be easily incorporated into apps. Mobile developers also have an option to develop custom native components using native languages that can easily be accessed through JavaScript frameworks. Mobile apps that have been created in JavaScript and run natively can perform better than hybrid architectures. 3. JavaScript Frameworks
  6. 6. There are numerous flexible technologies that enable experimentation and opportunities. It is important that being a mobile app developer you analyze, measure each and every aspect of user experience and tweak UIs in order to drive app engagement and retention. Keep these simple strategies in mind while mobile app development so that you can create an app
  7. 7. Email: moby (at) mobydesigns.com Website URL: Game-Development.MobyDesigns.com

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