Fundamentals to know before building an iPhone app

by JONATHAN PAUL Jonathan Paul working at PHPProgrammers, a leading

To build an ROI-driven iOS app, you need to know several things. An expert iPhone app developer has discussed the iOS application development fundamentals here in this article. Keep these in mind before getting started with the development process. 

With countless applications available today on the App Store, it has become very tough to stand out from the huge crowd. Mobile applications have become an essential and integral part of life today. Catering to the growing demands of people with quality apps has become a challenging task for the developers now. In the case of the iPhone App Store, building a competitive app is even more difficult since Apple has stricter guidelines than Android. Here are the fundamentals for iOS application development shared by a skilled iPhone App developer of Australia. 


Consider these points below and get started with your iOS application development. 


Know and understand your target audience:

Understanding your target audience is important for building the app as per the preference and demands of the users. Today, every iPhone user searches for apps to make life simpler. Keeping this in mind, developers need to think deeply and interpret how an application can make a difference in their life. Right from designing the UI to adding the core features and functionalities, everything must be done to sync well with the demands and choices of the users. 


To know what your audience likes more, you can study the other competitive apps on the iPhone App Store. It’s a smart way to understand how you can boost your brand value with a unique and impressive iPhone application. 


Follow Apple’s policies cautiously:

Apple has its own guidelines that need to be followed carefully and consistently to build a successful iOS app and to get it approved faster. 


Device compatibility:

Today, you can find different models of iPhones in the market that have different features, functionalities, resolutions, and screen sizes. If you want to get the maximum number of users for your iPhone application, ensure to make the app device compatible. The UI must look the same and the features must work well on all iPhone models irrespective of the internal features and screen dimensions of the device. 


Proper utilisation of the libraries and frameworks:

One of the key reasons for the immense popularity of iPhone app development is the availability of a huge number of libraries and frameworks. No matter what feature or functionality you want to implement, you will find a suitable library or a framework to fit all the business requirements. The libraries make many tasks simpler and faster. With these libraries and frameworks, the developers don’t have to write much code as well. This saves a lot of time and helps developers to integrate a feature without putting much effort. Hence, using these properly is important. 


Double layer testing:

When you are building an iPhone application, it is always better to do double layer testing. Test the application with respect to the functionalities and design and take the feedback of the users at the same time. Keep on testing the application repeatedly until you are sure the application is built as per the guidelines and policies of Apple. You need to run integration testing, write unit tests, identify the bugs, and then fix them before eventually rolling out the application to the App Store. 


Keeping these basic points in mind before moving to the development process can help in building scalable apps for iPhones. 


Jonathan Paul is an expert and dedicated iPhone App Developer of Vision & Solutions, a trusted software development firm in Australia. With years of experience, the author has written this article to make iPhone application development simpler, faster, and successful. 

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