Mobile

Mobile means a foundation. It is no longer the future of programming. Instead, it is the present. The share of smartphones and tablets in on-line traffic is growing steadily and nothing indicates this trend will change.

However, this results not only in a larger reach but also in some complications: the coding process needs to ensure that the program or application works efficiently on a variety of systems and devices.
Thus, the question “Android, iOS or Windows Phone” is just the beginning. Depending on the system, we choose not only the appropriate language (JAVA, Swift, C#, or Objective-C) but also the appropriate tools and frameworks. Our coding process takes advantage of technologies, such as Xamarin and React Native framework, or less common languages, such as Scala or Kotlin, which can also be used on Android as they are compiled into the same Java bytecode. In turn, the ability to compile C# into native Android, iOS or Windows Phone code enables us to shorten the coding process for multiplatform applications.

Technologies and Tools

  • Android SDK
  • React Native
  • Bitrise
  • Android Designer
  • Appium
  • Robotium
  • Robotium MonkeyRunnerr
  • Xamarin
  • Objective-C
  • Swift
In SolDevelo, we know that a good choice of tools is the first step to success. Therefore, before starting a project for mobile devices, we signal to Clients how the choice of the development environment will affect the lead time, the coding process, its adaptation to the various systems, and the final performance. It is only after we know the full horizon of expectations that we suggest how to select the tools to effectively and painlessly complete the project.