You’ve made the decision to build your own iOS app. Therefore, you’ve started out with an idea based on a customer need. Also how the app will meet that need and what it will look like. It’s at this point you should think about iOS software architecture.
Continuous integration is the software practice where small code changes are frequently tested with the rest of the code to ensure nothing breaks as changes. It makes building and deploying an app easy.[…]
SwiftUI is Apple’s new framework for building user interfaces (UI). It promises simplicity and consistency that’s been difficult to find before now. I’ve been using it for several months now, and want to explain how businesses with an app, or want one in 2020, can benefit.[…]
It is surprisingly easy to build the wrong thing in iOS app development. For instance we can easily build something that doesn’t meet client or customer needs. On the other hand, It’s also fairly easy to build the right thing, but have it not work properly. A simple, reliable way to avoid this is by using Test-Driven Development.[…]
When you want to hire an iOS developer to build an app for you, it can be hard to know what they need to know if you’re not a developer yourself. This is pretty significant, as choosing the right developer could have huge consequences once the project starts.[…]
While cross-platform mobile development has become a trend when it comes to making apps, people still ask us regularly when it is worth getting an app developed natively. The fact is, you can get adequate results with cross-platform development tools in many instances. However, for a more optimal user experience and easier maintenance, there are important reasons to consider native app development.[…]
If you are contemplating building an app for the first time, or maybe you’re looking to get an existing one ported to iOS or another mobile platform, it may be difficult to figure out how much it will cost and what a realistic project budget for it looks like. A quick look in the App Store might convince you that everyone has one and they are easy to make. However, creating a good-quality app is usually a lot of work.[…]
Choosing the best backend for your iOS App can be a challenge. The options are robust and depend on a number of questions like–do you need a cloud service? Should you run your own server? Should you use Cloudkit, Firebase, or another option? We dig into these questions and the other things you should consider when looking into back-end and cloud services for your iOS app.[…]