Mobile Application Development Frameworks in 2021

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Mobile apps have already become a vital part of our daily lives. Whether you want to go for a ride or book a movie ticket or virtually connect with your favorite ones, etc

Introduction

Right from booking a movie ticket to go on a ride or to virtually connect with your loves ones, we use the respective app in smart phone. Due to the development in technology everything is in our finger tips. Now many frameworks are available for developing mobile applications. This framework is classified into three types – Web apps, Native apps and Hybrid apps. Brief overview of these categories are given below

  • Native Apps: A Native App is an application that is specifically designed for a particular platform or device
  • Web Apps: A Web App is designed to deliver web pages on different web platforms for any device
  • Hybrid Apps: A Hybrid App is a combination of both native & web applications. It can be developed for any platform from a single code base

Overview of market share

By 2025, the Mobile Application Development Platform market may reach $20.7 billion at a CAGR of 21.7% during the period 2021-2025. Nowadays many organizations are using mobile technology for better management of their business functions. This has increased the demand for mobile application development platforms. The rising use of mobile devices by organizations, growing adoption of bringing your own device (BYOD) trend, and adoption of cloud technology drive the mobile application development platform market. In addition, the need for automation in mobile application development and favorable government initiatives for digitalization in emerging countries are analyzed to drive the market in the forecast period 2020-2025

What are the best features to have

React Native

React Native is the best JavaScript library to build native applications for all devices and platforms. With React Native, React Native can be used to develop applications for both iOS and Android. It also allows creating platform-specific versions of various components allowing easy use of a single codebase across multiple platforms

Some of the React Native features are

  • Low-code
  • Compatible third-party plugins
  • Declarative API for predictive UI
  • Supports iOS and Android

Why Choose React Native?

  • Cross-Platform Functionality
  • Cost-Effective Development
  • Third-Party Plugins
  • Handy Libraries
  • Allows Code Reusability
  • Most Popular Framework
  • Used Advanced JavaScript
  • Assures High-Performing App

Developer’s tools

  • Emulator, SDK, Android Studio
  • JS Editor
  • Xcode and also needs a $100/year developer’s account for the development and publishing of apps

Flutter

Flutter is a UI toolkit by Google to help in building native applications for the web, mobile, and desktop. This UI toolkit is featured with fully customized widgets, which supports creating native applications in a short period. Besides, Flutter’s layered architecture ensures a faster rendering of components. Some of the striking Flutter features are

  • Built-in material design
  • Built-in Cupertino (iOS-flavor) widgets
  • Rich motion APIs
  • Supports both iOS & Android
  • Strong widget support
  • High-performance application

Why Choose Flutter?

  • Single Codebase for Multiplatforms
  • Powerful UI Experiences
  • Less Development Time
  • Customizable Experience
  • Platform-Specific Logic Implementation
  • Native-Alike Performance
  • Perfect for MVP

Developer’s tools

  • Emacs
  • Android Studio
  • VS Code

Swiftic

Swiftic is one of the best mobile app development frameworks available on the iOS platform. It is featured with an easily navigable interface

Some of the significant features are

  • Interesting push notification
  • Become a loyal shopper with a loyalty card
  • Build your mobile store
  • In-app coupons
  • Use scratch cards to win prizes
  • Easy Communication
  • Menu & Ordering
  • Customer Engagement
  • App Promotion
  • Social & Media Feeds
  • App Publication Assistance
  • Advanced Analytics
  • Third-party integration

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Native Android Development

It is featured with an easily navigable interface Android development gives you the maximum flexibility in terms of creating a custom complicated design with sophisticated animations and transitions, using the hardware features of the device like microphone, camera and sensors.

Native apps are usually created with Java, Kotlin, or C++ languages. You can however use some other languages like Scala and even Swift, but it will require additional third-party tooling

Java / Kotlin

Java is often used by developers for developing native android development. Kotlin is a new programming language which is being used for android app development in the recent years. Because of its interoperability with Java and its simpler syntax, it is used for native Android app development. Kotlin’s lesser code helps in faster development. Kotlin’s code is run the same way as Java as it uses Java virtual Machine

Kotlin is used for native Android app development because of its simpler syntax and its interoperability with Java. In Kotlin’s case, simpler syntax means less code and faster development

In fact, Kotlin uses the Java Virtual Machine, and its code will run the same way as Java. The compiler will generate a bytecode – a set of instructions that will be executed by JVM. This is why we could see seasoned Java fans switching to Kotlin as soon as it was released

Frequently Asked Questions

Understand the common challenges or questions in the mind of our customers

We can develop all types of mobile applications, including
  • Native Apps Development
  • Mobile-web Apps Development
  • Hybrid Apps Development

Here is our app development process.
  • Analyzing Requirements
  • Wireframing & Designing
  • Development
  • Testing
  • Deployment
  • Support and Maintenance

Our mobile app development team will assist you, depending upon the type of change you want in your application. The modification in your application will be chargeable.

Yes, in fact nearly every mobile app that we build also needs a web-based application behind the scenes to drive it. There is a web server in the background, serving the app with data that is checking whether you have permission to log in, or not.

We start by creating a central database that will hold all your data; we then put in place an interface (an API) to allow the web and mobile apps to send and receive this data.

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