How To Overcome Challenges In Mobile App Development?
application development technology has progressed from being a linear and rigid approach to being non-linear and flexible, mobile app development challenges have also progressed similarly. The fact of the matter is, the revolution isn’t over. It’s just the beginning. Mobile app development challenges are many but HokuApps has the solutions that you may be looking for. Users are moving from the wily desktop to wilier mobile technology. This has led us to this topic of ways to overcome mobile app development challenges. The solution is quite simple, i.e., mobile app development platforms that create well-designed and agile mobile apps. However, there is much more beneath the surface. This collateral will address these issues and offer solutions to conquer mobile app development challenges.
Mobile App Development Challenges…and Solutions
Mobile App Development Technology “What kind of app should I invest in?” is a common question our customers ask us. The HokuApps mobile application development platform offers two types of mobile app development solutions in answer to this particular challenge. HokuApps is a mobile app development company that offer both options. They are:Native Mobile AppsNative mobile apps are developed specifically for one platform, i.e., for iOS or Android. These mobile apps are built from scratch and are known to deliver excellent user experience and enhanced app performance. Mobile apps are created specifically for Apple or Google’s development software. However, native mobile app solutions are developed by hand-coding each line, and the process might stretch to more than 9 months (average estimate). Sometimes exceeding a year if the workflow to be incorporated into the mobile app is complex. Hybrid Mobile AppsHybrid mobile apps are written in a common language to suit iOS, Android, and the Web. These mobile apps can be built using reusable codes so that the delivery is excellent. It is a common myth that hybrid apps don’t perform as well as native apps, however, with advanced mobile application development platforms like HokuApps the output is as good as native apps. Additionally, hybrid mobile apps take lesser time to develop and this also reflects the cost of mobile app development. UI ExperienceA user’s perspective will define if the mobile app will make or break the app. There are many mobile apps made by our contemporaries who are working towards creating great user experience by concentrating on unique and distinguished mobile apps
. However, there is one caveat here. Most mobile app development processes take months or years, in comparison to HokuApps which delivers quality apps in days or months. And in this short time, HokuApps mobile app development platform created apps are those that stand out from the crowd. This is because our mobile app developers concentrate on the user interface aspect of the mobile app development process before they move onto other requirements. Only once the UI is finalized, do they move onto other aspects of the mobile app, such as functionality, API tools integration and testing. In our demo call, HokuApps experts will clearly showcase how we have delivered the most stunning and full-stacked mobile apps in the market. Mobile App Development Costs Normally, mobile application development technology comes with a heavy price tag. This is true with traditional and modern mobile application development companies. However, with HokuApps, our mobile app developers have at their fingertips the most advanced mobile app development platform to help create apps at 10X speed and of exceptional quality. The speed of mobile app development process ensures that the app is ready in days or months, which reflects directly on the costs of mobile app development. System Integration In our experience, we notice that our competitors don’t stress on the need for system integration. We, however, believe that system integration is a necessary requirement for any business. But what is system integration? Companies over a period of time will invest in various software to help them with their business requirements. Software like Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), and Supply Chain Management (SCM) software are some examples. All these software collect data and offer analytics. With many systems in place, the data won’t be integrated with each other. In other words, data won’t be able to ‘talk’ to one another. The effect is seen when clients have to log in and compare data on various systems that work independently of each other. There will be instances where data from one system needs to work with data from another source to make sense of it all. This is where system integration comes in