According to the research, millions of people upload applications on the Google play store & apple app store every day. In today’s world, developing a mobile application is not a rocket science. Now making an application is as simpler as opening an IDE. All the applications are different from each other but they all follow the similar development process. Let’s understand the different phases of the mobile development process and challenges along the way.
All the successful application starts with an idea. To start working on an idea, an individual needs to do complete research. Make sure your research analysis includes demographics, behaviour pattern; include the previous work data and keep in mind the buyer’s requirement. By the end of this, you should know why users will prefer your application among all others.
In this step, we understand the functionality and wireframing of the application. A team of developers and designers collaborate together to build up the sketches & mockup design. For example, the team will build a storyboard to elaborate the different screens of application and understand how the users will work on your application.
Technical Feasibility Assessment
After wireframing, you might have a clear graphics. But, to understand the application idea is technically possible or not? We need to get the access to public sourcing API. Mostly application depends on the device format and on the operating system. By the end of this phase, mobile application development company will understand that the functionality is feasible or not.
The UX/UI designers architect the design element and build up the look & feel of your application. The designing phase highly relies on the app project and the budget. Most people will judge the application on the basis of UI/UX. The designing process is a multi-step process which includes review stages; your results should provide a clear graphic concept of the final products.
In mobile development, testing plays a vital role. If the team often test the code, then it will definitely save the cost of development as now it becomes costlier to fix the bug. The application should be tested for security, UI/UX, stress & performance. The response you will get from beta users will help you understand that your application is properly working or not in the real-world situation.
When your app is ready, launch it formerly. Every application has different launching policies. This is not the end of application development. When your application gets into the user’s phone, the feedback will start coming. You need to manage the application by providing a regular update of application with advanced features. As soon as the app is released, the development continues. Keep in mind that it’s a long-term commitment.