Make Way For Successful iOS App Developmentby Linda White Consultant
Known for its exclusiveness, style and uniqueness, Apple has been one of the leading mobile platforms. A majority of people are lured by its products, features and techniques. Thus developing applications for Apple users -- whether it’s for iOS, watchOS, or tvOS—can be extremely beneficial for business owners.
But in order to maintain its superior quality, Apple enforces strict requirements on its developers. Any developer looking for iOS App Development needs to take into consideration a list of factors in order to make way for an effective, efficient development.
Let’s have a look:
Layout Of The Content
Apple is very concerned about the layout of the developer's content.
The central rule of content development is that it should fit the screen perfectly so that the users won't have to scroll right or left. The three basic rules of Apple iOS design are:
Depth: This means a sense of drilling deeper as users navigate through each screen
Clarity: This describes making text bold enough so that it can be read easily, irrespective of the device
Deference: This aims towards the fluidity and intuitiveness that all iOS apps must have. The app must have a neat and simple design that does not overly compete for attention on objects such as text and images.
Font size and color is another aspect that must be put into consideration. The font size should be such that users won't have to zoom in or out to read content. The use of a lighter font is typically discouraged, this is because it can be challenging for users to read such content especially when they are exposed to the sun.
Intuitive Project Directory Structure
An intuitive project directory structure isn’t always necessary for small personal projects, but also when one works with enterprise-level development because probably you are not the only coder to work on the project. The project directories should be organized and intuitive so that another developer can easily maintain or fix your code.
Without intuitive project structure, your code can get messy and unorganized. This may also lead in addition of bugs to the code or creation of redundant classes.
Apple ID Code
Before you can upload your app to the App Store, you need an Apple ID. It is compulsory for any developer or coder to sign their code before they upload it. The sign is a mark of identification, tagging you as the developer or coder. However, if you have developed the app for a client, you can send them all the necessary documents for them to do the upload.
Although it is free to create an Apple ID, it attracts an annual account fee of $100 if you wish to host your app in the App store. Furthermore, as long as your app abides by Apple's terms of service, you are free to upload.
Apart from the mentioned prime factors, compatibility, performance, streamlined interaction, UI elements and testing need to be taken into consideration. By following these tips, one is ought to bring forwards a completely impeccable app and gain customer engagement.
In addition to it, it is always advisable to discuss your project idea with a top-notch App Development company. This, in turn, will help you in achieving your business goals within a stipulated budget, time.
Created on Nov 15th 2018 04:18. Viewed 348 times.