Hello there! We’re thrilled to have you here on the Mobiwolf blog, where we love sharing insights about the ever-evolving world of mobile app development. Today, we’re diving into a topic that’s been making waves in the industry: “No-Code Mobile App Development.” What is it, and why should you care? Let’s find out. Pros and…
As a business consultant with years of experience in mobile app development, I strongly advise my clients to start with a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) when embarking on a new project. Not only does this approach help to minimize risk, but it also allows you to focus on the most important features of your app…
Every day many people use mobile phones. Some of them have even more than one phone. With the growing number of smartphones and tablets, mobile applications became more and more popular. Users expect that installed applications are simple, intuitive and work stable. So mobile application development and it’s testing (as a part development lifecycle) is very important nowadays.
Mobile application testing is more complex than testing traditional desktop and web applications. There are specific factors that need to be considered in the testing process:
It’s often a problem to manage local server for web development. One of the useful solutions is to use some kind of virtualization software like VirtualBox, Vagrant etc, but it can be tricky to resolve all configuration questions.
Software test engineer is more than profession. It is a proactive way of life and desire to make this life better for all, with feasible and effective ways. Goals of software tester are closest to the business objectives and strategic goals of the company in respect of software product and at the same time deep inside the company as a researcher. So its main qualities are the energy, knowledge and flexibility. In some way, testers are researchers from the world of software development. Therefore, easily recognizable symbol in the hands of the test engineer is a magnifying glass (lens), to observe the bugs.
One of the first questions of the mobile applications’ customer, even at the stage of initial introduction to the concept of the application is the question “How much does a mobile application cost?”
The basic principle of success in any market, including the market of mobile applications – is to be easier, more convenient and faster. Business should take into account the fact that, if today it does not pay attention to the benefits of mobility, tomorrow its competitors will take advantage of these benefits.
You create a business application, mobile software for corporate clients or want to use a purely marketing potential of the smartphone. Which platform do you choose? Perhaps the decision should be made until the development is not started?