We work with a wide variety of mobile application development platforms, each having its own benefits and drawbacks. Choosing the right mobile application development platform depends on the specific needs of the client. Creating native mobile applications on individual platforms can provide a richer user experience and faster performance. Sometimes, an HTML5/web application may be more appropriate and can be distributed across many platforms. We work with closely with our clients to best match platform selection with their specific needs.
With its easy-to-use interface, amazing features, and stability, iOS is the foundation of the iPhone and iPad. And even as others try to catch up, the technologies and features built into iOS keep the iPhone/iPad ahead of the market. That’s because the interface in iOS was designed with specific Human Interface Guidelines, resulting in a consistent user experience.
Android has become increasingly appealing with its free, open-source mobile development platform. Fewer restrictions and guidelines make it easier to release Android applications into the market. Android’s open distribution platform has made it a favorite for businesses and developers alike, driving strong adoption growth.
HTML is the language required for structuring and presenting content for the World Wide Web. HTML5 represents the latest revision of the HTML standard, which was first created in 1990, and is constantly being redeveloped. The goal of HTML5 is to improve the language so that it can support the latest multimedia while still making sure that it is decipherable by humans and understood by computers and devices.