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At codebase, we do not only develop your mobile app; we help you navigate through the whole process, from market research to development and product analysis.
The very first step of the app development process is, unsurprisingly, defining the strategy. At this point, you’ve got to start thinking carefully about your future application, its goals, capabilities, and the business model.
The second step to take in the process of application creation is analysis and planning. At this point, you already have your idea in mind, have done some research, and know the general direction of where you’re heading. Now is the time to get practical and identify all of the details you need before jumping into the design and development stages.
In order for users to get the best experience, a lot of attention has to be paid to an app’s design. If it turns out messy or faulty, users will immediately flock to competitors and abandon the tool you’ve worked so hard on. So, your UI/UX design has to be intuitive, user-friendly, engaging, and offering a seamless experience. Let’s keep that in mind while we look at each of the design areas more closely.
Now that the design phase is complete, it’s time to move on to the main part of the app development process. Typically, it’s made up of two main parts:
Once you’re done with app development, it’s time to begin testing. After all, you want to make sure the developed solution is stable, secure, and doesn’t have any bugs. For the highest quality delivery, your app should undergo five testing methods prior to deployment.
When you’re finally ready to deploy your app, you’ll have to go through different distribution models depending on the platform you were developing for. The mobile application deployment strategy to follow is quite simple. You’ll either need to submit your application to Apple’s App Store, Google’s Play Store or go for private distribution. Both stores require you to fill out several forms and submit your app for review. You should know, the App Store is considered to be much stricter with the applications it allows onto its marketplace. So, you might face difficulties if your iOS-based tool isn’t up to the highest standards.
We understand that no matter where you start, you don’t want to set any limitations for the future. This is why our engineers choose only the most flexible and scalable technologies to build your product