Application development is the process of creating a computer program or a set of programs to perform the different tasks that a business requires. From calculating monthly expenses to scheduling sales reports, applications help businesses automate processes and increase efficiency. Every app-building process follows the same steps: gathering requirements, designing prototypes, testing, implementation, and integration.
Every aspect of a business has a unique demand, and each of these demands has to be met by a dedicated application. Since most business owners lack familiarity with programming, they take one of the two routes to get the required solution—buy packaged software, or pay a service company to build it.
Rapid Application Development
The RAD (Rapid Application Development) model follows an incremental approach. You can simultaneously develop the individual modules of the application to enable faster delivery of the final product.
Low-Code Application Development
Low-code platforms include intuitive visual interfaces that make it easy to build and launch apps, even for non-programmers. You can drag and drop snippets of code and modify them, based on business logic, to design automated workflows.
Mobile Application Development
Mobile application development is the process of creating apps that run on any mobile platform: Android and iOS. With everything you need right at your fingertips, you can track inventory or make instant updates from your phone.
Database Application Development
Database applications are designed to collect, organize, and manage information efficiently. They're used to sort data by criteria, perform calculations, create reports, and share information with team members.
Enterprise Application Development
Enterprise applications are a type of software developed to cater to large-scale organizations. They support enterprise-grade features, like massive data storage and automation of complex business processes.
Web Application Development Process
1. Roadmap Document: Defining Web Application, Purpose, Goals and Direction
2. Researching and Defining Audience Scope and Security Documents
3. Creating Functional Specifications or Feature Summary Document
4. Third Party Vendors Identification, Analysis and Selection
5. Technology Selection, Technical Specifications, Web Application Structure and Timelines
6. Application Visual Guide, Design Layout, Interface Design, Wire framing
7. Web Application Development
8. Beta Testing and Bug Fixing
Web Application Frameworks
Below are a list of some of the web application frameworks that specializes in:
Programming languages and works with its clients to select a programming language that is well suited to each client's needs: