Mobile Development

Mobile is the future. We are well versed in building all things mobile in native and hybrid programming languages. We have the experience to help you navigate your mobile development needs. We are well versed in Java, Swift, React, Xarmin, Phonegap and more

Swift is the latest programming language in the Apple ecosystem. It is more prevalently used in Apple’s latest APIs, Cocoa and Cocoa Touch. Written to work along with Objective-C, the Cupertino company is making it obvious for iOS developers to turn to Swift for complete end to end programming. Swift was designed to eliminate a number of security vulnerabilities exploitable in Objective-C.

Over 2 billion active devices and over 1 billion users leverage Android on a daily basis. Robust applications backed by quality engineering are necessary to perform in the marketplace. Most Android applications are written in Java, using Android SDK provided by Google and found on Android's Developer Website.

With React Native, you don't build a "mobile web app", an "HTML5 app", or a "hybrid app". You build a real mobile app that's largely indistinguishable from an app built using Objective-C or Java. React Native uses the same fundamental UI building blocks as regular iOS and Android apps. The difference when using react is that the building blocks are combined suing JavaScript and React.
React allows components written in Objective-C,Java, or Swift to be combined. React was serialized by the giant company known as Facebook. And allows for part of the app to use native code directly. Other well-known companies using react include Walmart, Tesla, Pinterest to name a few.

Hybrid applications resemble some other applications you'll find in app stores and online. Like native applications, hybrid applications are built with a mix of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
The key distinction is that hybrid applications are built inside a local application that uses a browser-less program window. This empowers them to get to at the gadget capacities like the accelerometer, camera, contacts etc. Hybrid applications can incorporate local UI components and can often be built much more quickly than native applications.
For many applications the performance degradation with a hybrid application is negligible and reduces the time and cost of developing on two different platforms.