Design plays a very vital role in mobile applications. Our design studio team ensures platform specific designs for both iOS and Android users.
You want your backend API to scale and flex to new user needs efficiently. Hence our Ruby on Rails experts puts a lot of emphasis into the architecting the API for efficiency.
Our process centers around communication. We choose the best of Kanban and Scrum to track the project and various tools such as Slack, Jira, GotoMeeting and others to keep the information flowing.
We always want your application to be future proof and easily scalable for enhancements and support for new OS versions. Hence, we make sure that apps are structured properly and ready to scale with minimal efforts.
We build your iOS apps using Xcode, Swift, and Objective-C. We are in love with Swift and time and again move Objective-C code to Swift.
Just as for your iOS application, our designers will craft specific design for your android users. We’ll help you launch native Android application using the SDK into the google play store.
Though we do not highly recommend using any hybrid technologies, sometimes it just makes sense to use them when you do not want any of the platform-specific features in the application or if it is just a few pages of prototyping.
We recently helped Empire CLS launch their cab service application using Xamarin while used React.js for another customer.
We ordered beacons and more, but we have not yet gotten to them.
Charles Proxy is a great tool that will be helpful for everyday use for both Developer & Tester. It can be even helpful for other team members (BA / project lead) when they want to verify particular scenario without depending on deployment from developer’s side.
These days, most API-driven applications do have some/large amounts of media content, whether it’s an image or a video. And to give the user a better experience of not downloading the content each time, we tend to cache the content with the most images by using various Image Caching libraries available.
Coming from a conventional web app world, the world of mobile always fascinated me. However, I always felt like a misfit there because of dot net world’s obvious limitations in mobility.