DevTeam.Space offers a complete range of mobile app development services. Our developers have helped clients develop all kinds of modern native and hybrid mobile apps using all the major languages, frameworks, platforms, and other technologies.
You can either outsource your complete mobile app development project to our developers or hire a number of developers from DevTeam.Space and manage them yourself.
The tech stack you choose for your mobile app development project depends on your specific project requirements.
If you need help or wish to learn more about the services we offer, get in touch for a complimentary discovery call with one of our tech account managers by submitting your project request here.
Top Mobile App Development Languages, Frameworks, and Platforms
- Android SDK
- React Native
- AI / ML
The following are a few examples of the top mobile app development technologies that our developers use on a daily basis. Below, you can read about their benefits while finding out some interesting facts about them.
SwiftUI iOS App Development
SwiftUI was created by Apple to act as a powerful declarative framework to enable developers to build native user interfaces for Apple iOS. Our developers use it daily because it is the premiere programming language that is used to create Apple apps.
Some of the key features of SwiftUI include:
- Thanks to Swift’s declarative syntax, developers are now able to define the UI look and function without having to provide a sequence of procedures.
- SwiftUI reliably produces a valid UI layout and is commended by our developers as being “fun to use”. This is developer speak for a big thumbs up.
- It offers good support for SwiftData, which is a framework that handles data persistence, including data modeling and querying.
If you are planning to build any kind of native Apple application then you will almost certainly need to include a Swift developer in your development team.
Android Software Development Kit (SDK) Development
Developed by Google, Android SDK consists of a huge number of libraries and development tools that can be used to build Android applications. Again, our developers use it on a daily basis.
Some great features of Android SDK include:
- Android SDK is supported by Google, which, for any of you who has been living on another planet, also created and maintains the Android OS.
- The Android SDK platform provides a multitude of great build and debugging tools. There are too many to mention but examples include Android Debug Bridge, Systrace, and Android Studio, an IDE for Android application development.
- Google offers lots of API services that include Google Maps SDK, Sign-In, Pay, Fit, etc. These dramatically speed up development and help to reduce security errors and bugs.
- Android SDK offers an Android Emulator. This tool allows mobile app developers to create virtual Android devices in order to comprehensively test applications for different device configurations without having to use any actual physical Android device.
Our developers love Android SDK. Any chance to get help debugging code is welcomed by each and every developer on the planet. Bugs are time-consuming and often very frustrating to fix. One of our developers reminded us of a well-known developer joke, “We find the bug, we fix the bug, now we have two bugs, now we have three bugs…”
Due to its huge development community that has resulted in a wide range of tools and APIs, you will need a developer very knowledgeable in Android SDK if you wish to build either a native or a hybrid Android app.
Flutter Mobile App Development
Flutter is another Google framework that enables developers to build mobile, web, desktop, and embedded apps. Thanks to its growing number of advantages as it develops, more and more of our clients are starting to use Flutter for their application development.
Some of the key advantages of Flutter include:
- Flutter supports cross-platform application development from a single codebase. This means our developers can reuse these code components to build applications on multiple operating systems. This saves both time and money.
- Flutter offers an extensive widget library to create complex user interfaces. Developers can customize these widgets to meet unique design needs. Some examples include Cupertino-iOS and Material Design libraries to build UI components for iOS and Android apps.
Note: We cannot emphasize enough the importance of getting good developers who write clean code when undertaking hybrid application development, and any other development for that matter. Poorly coded hybrid apps are nothing less than a nightmare.
If you are planning to develop an application for more than one OS, then Flutter is most certainly worth considering.
Our developers recommend that you get professional guidance on this because, depending on the complexity of your project, undertaking hybrid application development vs. native app development may or may not be suitable for your needs.
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React Native Mobile App Development
React Native is another hybrid application development framework. It was created by Meta to help developers build mobile applications for various platforms, including iOS and Android. Some of the key React Native features include the following:
- Like Flutter, React Native offers near-native app performance compared to other hybrid app development technologies.
- React Native provides a core of platform-agnostic native components direct to the platform’s native building blocks. This saves time and increases reliability.
Choosing a specific framework or platform for your mobile app project will depend on your choice of either a native or hybrid app, as well as feature specifications and other unique requirements.
If you have any questions, you can arrange a discovery call with one of our tech account managers by submitting your project request via the button below.