Hire Mobile App Development Resources
Mobile application development is the process by which applications are developed for handheld devices such as iPhone,iPad, Blackberry and all other smart phones. In order to develop these app we we need different developers for different platforms. These applications are either pre-installed on phones during manufacture, or downloaded by customers from app stores and other mobile software distribution platforms.
Mobile platforms are broadly classified into two main categories. They are as follows:
1. The following software platforms will only run on a hardware platforms from a specific manufacturer:
BlackBerry Supports push e-mail, mobile telephone, text messaging, internet faxing, web browsing and other wireless information services as well as a multi-touch interface. It has a built-in QWERTY keyboard, optimized for “thumbing”, the use of only the thumbs to type. The BlackBerry devices once had a dominating position business smartphone market. Also important for BlackBerry are the BES (BlackBerry Enterprise Server) and the Mobile Data System (BlackBerry MDS). Still there are lot of apps being developed or ported to this platform. With the BB OS 10 devices soon to enter the market we might see the platform regain its glory again. If you have any BlackBerry development requirement then read more over here.
iOS (Apple) The iPhone and iPod Touch SDK uses Objective-C, based on the C programming language. Currently, is only available on Mac OS X and is the only way to write an iPhone application. All applications must be cleared by Apple before being hosted on the AppStore, the sole distribution channel for iPhone and iPod touch applications. However, non-Apple approved applications can be released to jailbroken iPhones via Cydia or Installer. This system is also used for the iPad tablet computer but generally not considered as a good practices. If you have any iPhone App development requirement then read more over here.
2. The following software platforms will run on hardware platforms from a number of different manufacturers:
Java ME: This platform generally produces portable applications, although sometimes device-specific libraries exist (commonly used for games), making them non-portable. It is often used to provide simple applications on feature phones. Applications (including their data) cannot be larger than around 1 MB if they are to run on most phones.
Android: Android is a Linux-based platform from the Open Handset Alliance, whose 34 members include Google, HTC, Motorola, Qualcomm, and T-Mobile.If you have any iPhone App development requirement then read more over here .
Windows Mobile is a variant of Windows CE for mobile phones. Windows CE was originally developed for palmtop computers and Pocket PC PDAs with stylus-touch screens, and later adapted for use with keyboard-equipped smartphones.