Thinking of developing an app? These tools can accompany you throughout development!
Developing applications across multiple platforms requires different frameworks and languages. However, PhoneGap can ease your workload by using standards-based web technologies to bridge web applications and mobile devices. Because of this, it’s considered to be one of the most popular cross-platform development tools. It also allows developers with weaker server-side language knowledge to enhance their front-end experience. If you aren’t convinced enough, PhoneGap is free and open source!
Designing an iOS app can seem difficult. Apple has released design guidelines that can be help any developer. The iOS HIG includes tips on resolution and display controls, sizes, app icons, color palettes—you name it.
The Android Style Guide is your cheat sheet for Android apps—from wireframing to tracking progress after your app gets launched. This guide can help developers understand how the Android team perceives layouting and implementation while giving suggestions and things to avoid.
Crashes cannot be avoided even though your app has been tested repeatedly. Apteligent quickly identifies real-time crashes and error reports as soon as they happen. It can also identify where problems are occurring, find out who were affected by your app crash, and pinpoint app crashes. Crash reporting monitors both fatal and non-fatal errors so that issues can be fixed before it reaches users.
Stuck on something you can’t seem to fix? Ask a fellow programmer! Stack Overflow is a community of over 4.7 million programmers helping each other. Think of it as Yahoo! Answers for programmers.
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