The design and maintenance of websites is web development; it is the work that takes place behind the scenes to make a website look fantastic, work quickly and perform well with a smooth user interface.
Web developers, or ‘devs’, use a number of coding languages to do this. The languages they use rely on the kinds of tasks they perform and the platforms they operate on.
In general, the area of web development is broken down into front-end (user-facing side) and back-end (the server side). Let’s dive into the specifics.
Thousands of smartphone apps are introduced to Google Play and Apple App Stores every day. Some of these smartphone applications are sports, others are social networks, and many are applications for e-commerce. All of these apps should follow a similar method of mobile app development if professionally designed. We have helped several web and mobile apps at Webynatics and we will outline the policy, design, and development processes we implement in this article.
Each app is different and our methodologies are still changing, but when creating mobile apps, this is a fairly standard procedure. This process of creation of mobile apps usually involves phases of concept, strategy, design, development, implementation, and post-launch.