Nowadays, Uber and Facebook Messenger play a vital role in our world. The most commonly used operating systems fall under two categories for smartphones and tablets, i.e., Android and iOS.
The experts who participate in the creation of the apps are called mobile application developers. They have to work with many stakeholders, such as business analysts, UI/UX designers, quality control inspectors, etc.
It’s very difficult to work as a mobile application developer; because they have to gain a lot of knowledge about programming languages and related technologies.
But the question here is, what will a mobile app developer do for you while starting a mobile project?
First of all, they have to break down the requirements, which have been collected by the business analysts, to discuss and propose legitimate solutions. It also includes the detail of technologies that have to be used.
After that, the designers will provide them the user interface designs and assets. The developers have to ‘realize’ these designs into a usable app. They have to make the app responsive and also make sure that it should suit dissimilar screen sizes. The developers must make an app that does not consume much battery and memory but maintain a stable performance.
After the completion of the app, the mobile app developers still have to work with the quality control inspectors. They have to keep on checking the defects and functionalities and fix them. Until they did not find the product to be error-free, the cycle of testing and fixing will keep on repeating by them. Once the product is found error-free, it is ready to launch.
A mobile application developer is also needed at the time of the post-launch phase of the product. He has to debug, support, and maintain the product’s post-launch.