Web and mobile apps
Web and mobile apps - are created in order to enable users to browse the content on the Internet in a comfortable way, regardless of the device they use. A properly designed application may have an influence on the success of the industry. What can we offer you? We create native applications for Android and iOS platforms. We also create web applications using Python and PHP technologies.
We offer cooperation on four levels:
- Creating an application prototype or MVP (Minimum Viable Product),
- Creating a full application,
- Expansion of an existing application,
- Consulting in the field of creating web and mobile applications.
Using our knowledge and experience, we can create a functional application for you, matching the displayed content to all types of devices.
- Android apps
- iOS apps
- Python apps
- PHP apps
“Programming is art - just like translating poetry from a foreign language
on native. Excellent knowledge of both languages is not enough; one must
still understand the intentions of the author, have intuitions, appropriate
LEARN ABOUT THE PROCESS :
The first step of creating an application is to analyze customer expectations and developing the idea (based on previous experience with similar projects). It is also necessary to define the use of the planned application or service and to estimate the initial costs. The most important thing, however, is to know the client's needs and precisely define the scope of the project. Only then is it possible to create a fully responsive application that meets all of the user’s expectations.
sketch and mock-ups
The next step is to present the user journey in form of mock-ups and graphic designs of applications that are in line with the guidelines of useful interfaces for selected operating systems. For each project UX (User Experience) and UI (User Interface) rules are used to make mobile applications and websites functional. The specificity of the product or service and current trends in the industry are also taken into consideration. Then, the target graphic designs of the views are created, allowing to visualize and check the project. At this stage, if necessary, corrections to the apps are made.
At this stage, programming and architectural work are undertaken. We begin with generating the code that can be defined in the right programming language. Initially, the outline of the application appears, then the first modules and functions are added to it. Subsequent versions are shown to the customer on a regular basis.
What technologies are used to create applications?
For web products, these are: redux, node.js, react.js, mongodb, python, bootstrap and sass.
For mobile applications: Kotlin, Java and Swift.
testing and acceptance
When creating an app, we need to make sure that everything works properly. To this end, tests are carried out on a regular basis, including individual, functional and manual tests. However, the acceptance is related not only to testing the quality of the software, but also with the approval of the client. Created mobile applications and websites must fully meet the needs and expectations of the target users. This stage is closely related to programming.
implementation and maintenance
After accepting the mobile application it is possible to publish it on the Google Play Store and the App Store. This application is maintained and optimized, i.e. modified to increase the quality and comfort of use. Web services are implemented on the target domain and the target server of the customer.
Regardless of whether they are applications for systems, Android, iOS, or web services, at this stage the project is already refined.
When the project is considered completed, the code, documentation and accounts are transferred to the services. The application is ready and you can use it.
This is the step-by-step process of creating an application when it is based on an idea. Often the supplement of the basic activities is the need to create additional services, e.g. backend. It is possible to implement the project on the basis of ready-made application diagrams, without the need for a detailed needs analysis.