Mobile application development refers to the processes and procedures involved in creating software for small, wireless-computing devices such as smartphones and other handheld devices. Mobile app development, like web app development, is an offshoot of traditional software development. One notable distinction is that mobile apps are frequently written explicitly to take advantage of the unique characteristics of a specific mobile device. For example, a gaming app could use the iPhone's accelerometer, while a mobile health app could use a smartwatch's temperature sensor.
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Here's a breakdown of various mobile app development technologies and details on each.
- Native software
These apps are developed using integrated development environments (IDEs) and programming languages for mobile operating systems such as Apple iOS and Google Android.
- Hybrid applications
- Progressive web applications
A Progressive Web App (PWA) is a website with the appearance and functionality of a mobile app.
- Apps encapsulated
A container app contains an encapsulated app. Products like the Microsoft Power App drag-and-drop creation tool allow less experienced developers to create a mobile application quickly.