App Designing & Developing Tips for Beginners
Traditionally, app development for iOS was completely separate from Android. A lot of iPhone developers use platforms like Xcode to build apps for iOS devices, however, with AppForge you can build for Android and iOS in one place.
This article will help you get started with app development iOS
If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about app design and development, then this article is for you! In this tutorial, we’ll walk through the process of creating our own simple app using the AppForge platform. We’ll also cover some of the basics of app design and development, such as user interface elements, navigation, and data storage.
Understand the Basics of Mobile Apps
Before you start designing an app, there are several things you need to understand. First, you should know how mobile devices work. You must also understand how and why people use them. Finally, you need to know how to build an app that will provide a great user experience.
Decide on a Name
One of the most important things you need to do before you start building your app, is to decide on a name. This will help people understand what your app does and how it works. Your app name must be unique, and once it has been chosen it is very hard to change. Try and make it as descriptive and relevant as possible. Remember, you know exactly what your app has been designed and developed to do but people searching the app stores will not! Your name and icon will be vital to help them find your app and choose it over the competition.
Create an App Icon which stands out
Simple is better. An icon is a small image used to represent something larger. It’s often used as a shortcut to help users navigate through an application. In other words, when someone sees an icon, they immediately know what the app does without having to read any text.
Choose a Platform.
If you want to build an app, there are several platforms available. Each platform has its own advantages and disadvantages. You should choose one based on your needs and goals.