INCREASING DEMANDS OF MOBILE APPLICATIONS:-
Mobile communications has come of the age with the introduction of Smartphones. The smartphones and mobile applications go hand in hand and it’s a known fact that there is no stoppage to this trend of using applications embedded smart devices which meet the various demands of the users.Business firms now-a-days use mobile applications for network operations.
The application developer is responsible for creating the mobile apps and they are a great source of revenue generation. The mobile applications solve and address various growing demands of the customers globally. There is a constant need of the applications to run smoothly on the tablets or any other smart devices and need to be updated at frequent intervals.
The apps are built on the basis of queue system i.e, first-come, first serve basis with the line of business making the most noise having its needs met first. This lack of value-driven prioritization leads degradation in the quality of apps delivered. So there is utmost need for mobile development teams to formulate a process of mobile app prioritization that involves understanding the needs of the users.
Integration plays a largest part of the effort of delivering an enterprise mobile app. The time and resource management required for integration have to be taken into consideration during the planning stage only.
There is a constant challenge to have necessary infrastructure and APIs (Application Program Interface) to allow apps to retrieve and deliver data to back-end systems without impacting those enterprise applications.
High-productivity, agile approaches to quickly deliver front-end app features required by the business.
Feedback and testing are the two most important aspects involved in the mobile application development.
Using RMAD (Rapid Mobile App Development) development tools that can produce apps more rapidly is crucial for business firms to fill the void between the mobile app demand and supply.
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