Mobile app development has revolutionized business operations where the processes involved in various aspects of the business. For effective mobile app development, it needs to be done in a series of steps that various mobile app development services have to follow. Let’s take a look at how to structure your app development process.

 

IDEA
Everything starts with an idea that clients bring to software development company. What can help you to improvise your app idea and enhance the chances of your app success is a market research

 

MEETING
It is important to have an offline/online meeting in order to come ut with all details so far.

 

SCOPE FINALIZATION
Once the idea is clear for both sides, it is time to define the scope of the future application

 

PLANNING 
The company define a plan, allocate resources and set up a timeline for the project. In case of resources, time and costs are an essential concern, then define a minimum viable product or MVP and then prioritize this for the particular initial launch. The part of the entire planning phase which includes identifying the skills required for the project.

 

DEVELOPMENT
Here we have several steps since it is the main part of app development.

  • Starting with Undertaking UI / UX Designing: the main goal of the UI/UX design of the mobile app is to create excellent user experiences which make your app more interactive, user-friendly and intuitive.
  • Developing prototypes are quite useful for stimulating the experience of the user and the workflows of the app which are expected form the finished product.
  •  Backend includes server-side objects and database required for supporting various functions of the mobile app.
  •  Front-end is a particular native mobile app that the end user will be using. In most of the cases, mobile apps often consist of interactive user experiences which use an API as well as a backend for the management of data.

 

TESTING
Test cases are meant for recording testing results for the purpose of software quality evaluation and also tracking fixes for entire retesting.

 

FINAL SUPPORT
Releasing a particular native mobile app needs submitting the app to the app stores which include Google PlayStore for Android apps and Apple App Store for iOS apps. For this particular reason, you will require a developer account with Google PlayStore and Apple App store before your launch your mobile app.

 

 

Mobile app development is essentially an ongoing process, and it will continue even after the initial launch as you keep getting user feedback and then build additional functionalities. Following the above-mentioned structure, you can streamline your mobile app development process.