4andGo

Experts in Mobile Technology

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About 4andGo
With 4andgo we intend not to be a development company anymore, we want to create mobile solutions that really reach people. Fill each of the terminals for which we develop to use and imagination.  
$25 - $49/hr
2 - 9
2011
Spain
4andGo
Experts in Mobile Technology
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Mobile App Development, Web Development, UI/UX Design, Mobile & App Marketing

 

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When Facebook bought Whatsapp for $19.6 billion, it took many tech-geeks and entrepreneurs by surprise. Needless to say, it simply displayed the enormous power of a successful app and its revenue-generating capacity. The personal business app market is also growing at the same pace as commercial apps.  To meet the rising demand for apps, the app development process has become more lean and quick. The entire app development takes place in stages with the help of app development tools.  Process of Android App Development  Step 1: Pick up an app Idea and do research  Research your app idea before you push it into the development area. Conduct proper research for its market demand, target audience, and competitors. For thorough research, you can use tools like Survey Monkey, Questback, PickFu, etc.  Step 2: Define the functional requirements for apps  Once the idea for the Android app is validated, the next step is to short-down the App requirements. Developers have to sit-down with the project lead and discuss the functional requirements the client has given. Some best tools for requirement management are Jira, ReqChecker, Blueprint, Visual Trace Spec, and so on.  Step 3: Technical Feasibility Assessment  In this step, developers check various technical feasibility criteria. For instance, if your app is developed with PHP, but if any features need React.Js implementation, then developers have to check the implementation steps and assess the risks associated with it. Developers also need to analyze if the back-end systems will be able to support the app’s functionality.  Step 3: Wireframing of the app  Wireframing is outlining the basic structure of your website, app, or landing page. It determines where basic elements will be placed in the app. The wireframe of an app enables to rearrange elements quickly and easily for iteration and approval before moving on to a higher-fidelity prototype.  (Image source:Mockplus) Step 4: UI/UX design  Once the wireframing of the app is done, the developer will discuss the UI/UX design with the designer. As per the developer’s direction, the designer will produce a copy of how the app will look and the placement of all the elements/buttons of the app.  Step 5: Design the database  Database design involves classifying data and identifying interrelationships. Basically, it involves setting up the fields and tables and relationships that the data is stored. There are various types of databases developers can use for the mobile app such as operational database, relational database, data warehouse, distributed database, and end-user database. While selecting the database, the developer should consider the flexibility, scalability, and speed of the database.  Step 6: Design the front-end with UX Wireframes  A wireframe is a basic guideline of your website or app – the skeletal framework – for both designers and developers to follow. Once the designer creates the template or copy of the App with all details like placement of the element and how to navigate through the app, the wireframe copy will be shared with the developers. The developer will start designing the front-end with UX wireframes. It is a good programming practice to break up your code into several sections via a wireframe before starting the actual coding.  Step 7: Research for a programming solution  App development tools are like golf-sticks to golfers; they come in all shapes and sizes. Based on the striking intensity, they choose the stick. Similarly, the developer uses an array of software development tools, depending on their functionalities and flexibilities. For example, Android Studio is the official IDE or integrated development environment for Google’s Android operating system, built on JetBrains’ IntelliJ IDEA software and designed specifically for Android development. Likewise, there are innumerable software solutions like Buildfire, Ionic framework, Flutter, etc., for rapid app development that assist in rapid app development.  Step 8: Build the app  The development phase generally starts quite early on. Once the working prototype is developed, and the functionality of the app is validated, the developer can proceed with the coding. They can use frameworks to develop the app.  Step 10: Testing and debugging the app  Developing an App is just half work done unless the app is not thoroughly tested; the reality of app failure in the real environment always remains. To protect the app from security vulnerabilities the penetration testing, compliance testing, ethical hacking needs to be performed. There are many testing tools available in the market - Selenium, HP-UFT, Watir, Apache Jmeter, and so on.  Step 11: Launch the app  Once the app is developed, it has to launch on the app store like Apple Store or Google Play store for users to get access. Later the app is optimized for SEO to get maximum traction.  Solutions for developing Android App  There are tons of app development frameworks that can assist in rapid app development processes. Here are some of the popular ones. 
When Facebook bought Whatsapp for $19.6 billion, it took many tech-geeks and entrepreneurs by surprise. Needless to say, it simply displayed the enormous power of a successful app and its revenue-generating capacity. The personal business app market is also growing at the same pace as commercial apps.  To meet the rising demand for apps, the app development process has become more lean and quick. The entire app development takes place in stages with the help of app development tools.  Process of Android App Development  Step 1: Pick up an app Idea and do research  Research your app idea before you push it into the development area. Conduct proper research for its market demand, target audience, and competitors. For thorough research, you can use tools like Survey Monkey, Questback, PickFu, etc.  Step 2: Define the functional requirements for apps  Once the idea for the Android app is validated, the next step is to short-down the App requirements. Developers have to sit-down with the project lead and discuss the functional requirements the client has given. Some best tools for requirement management are Jira, ReqChecker, Blueprint, Visual Trace Spec, and so on.  Step 3: Technical Feasibility Assessment  In this step, developers check various technical feasibility criteria. For instance, if your app is developed with PHP, but if any features need React.Js implementation, then developers have to check the implementation steps and assess the risks associated with it. Developers also need to analyze if the back-end systems will be able to support the app’s functionality.  Step 3: Wireframing of the app  Wireframing is outlining the basic structure of your website, app, or landing page. It determines where basic elements will be placed in the app. The wireframe of an app enables to rearrange elements quickly and easily for iteration and approval before moving on to a higher-fidelity prototype.  (Image source:Mockplus) Step 4: UI/UX design  Once the wireframing of the app is done, the developer will discuss the UI/UX design with the designer. As per the developer’s direction, the designer will produce a copy of how the app will look and the placement of all the elements/buttons of the app.  Step 5: Design the database  Database design involves classifying data and identifying interrelationships. Basically, it involves setting up the fields and tables and relationships that the data is stored. There are various types of databases developers can use for the mobile app such as operational database, relational database, data warehouse, distributed database, and end-user database. While selecting the database, the developer should consider the flexibility, scalability, and speed of the database.  Step 6: Design the front-end with UX Wireframes  A wireframe is a basic guideline of your website or app – the skeletal framework – for both designers and developers to follow. Once the designer creates the template or copy of the App with all details like placement of the element and how to navigate through the app, the wireframe copy will be shared with the developers. The developer will start designing the front-end with UX wireframes. It is a good programming practice to break up your code into several sections via a wireframe before starting the actual coding.  Step 7: Research for a programming solution  App development tools are like golf-sticks to golfers; they come in all shapes and sizes. Based on the striking intensity, they choose the stick. Similarly, the developer uses an array of software development tools, depending on their functionalities and flexibilities. For example, Android Studio is the official IDE or integrated development environment for Google’s Android operating system, built on JetBrains’ IntelliJ IDEA software and designed specifically for Android development. Likewise, there are innumerable software solutions like Buildfire, Ionic framework, Flutter, etc., for rapid app development that assist in rapid app development.  Step 8: Build the app  The development phase generally starts quite early on. Once the working prototype is developed, and the functionality of the app is validated, the developer can proceed with the coding. They can use frameworks to develop the app.  Step 10: Testing and debugging the app  Developing an App is just half work done unless the app is not thoroughly tested; the reality of app failure in the real environment always remains. To protect the app from security vulnerabilities the penetration testing, compliance testing, ethical hacking needs to be performed. There are many testing tools available in the market - Selenium, HP-UFT, Watir, Apache Jmeter, and so on.  Step 11: Launch the app  Once the app is developed, it has to launch on the app store like Apple Store or Google Play store for users to get access. Later the app is optimized for SEO to get maximum traction.  Solutions for developing Android App  There are tons of app development frameworks that can assist in rapid app development processes. Here are some of the popular ones. 

When Facebook bought Whatsapp for $19.6 billion, it took many tech-geeks and entrepreneurs by surprise. Needless to say, it simply displayed the enormous power of a successful app and its revenue-generating capacity. The personal business app market is also growing at the same pace as commercial apps. 

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To meet the rising demand for apps, the app development process has become more lean and quick. The entire app development takes place in stages with the help of app development tools. 

Process of Android App Development 

Step 1: Pick up an app Idea and do research 

Research your app idea before you push it into the development area. Conduct proper research for its market demand, target audience, and competitors. For thorough research, you can use tools like Survey Monkey, Questback, PickFu, etc. 

Step 2: Define the functional requirements for apps 

Once the idea for the Android app is validated, the next step is to short-down the App requirements. Developers have to sit-down with the project lead and discuss the functional requirements the client has given. Some best tools for requirement management are Jira, ReqChecker, Blueprint, Visual Trace Spec, and so on. 

Step 3: Technical Feasibility Assessment 

In this step, developers check various technical feasibility criteria. For instance, if your app is developed with PHP, but if any features need React.Js implementation, then developers have to check the implementation steps and assess the risks associated with it. Developers also need to analyze if the back-end systems will be able to support the app’s functionality. 

Step 3: Wireframing of the app 

Wireframing is outlining the basic structure of your website, app, or landing page. It determines where basic elements will be placed in the app. The wireframe of an app enables to rearrange elements quickly and easily for iteration and approval before moving on to a higher-fidelity prototype. 

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(Image source:Mockplus)

Step 4: UI/UX design 

Once the wireframing of the app is done, the developer will discuss the UI/UX design with the designer. As per the developer’s direction, the designer will produce a copy of how the app will look and the placement of all the elements/buttons of the app. 

Step 5: Design the database 

Database design involves classifying data and identifying interrelationships. Basically, it involves setting up the fields and tables and relationships that the data is stored. There are various types of databases developers can use for the mobile app such as operational database, relational database, data warehouse, distributed database, and end-user database. While selecting the database, the developer should consider the flexibility, scalability, and speed of the database. 

Step 6: Design the front-end with UX Wireframes 

A wireframe is a basic guideline of your website or app – the skeletal framework – for both designers and developers to follow. Once the designer creates the template or copy of the App with all details like placement of the element and how to navigate through the app, the wireframe copy will be shared with the developers. The developer will start designing the front-end with UX wireframes. It is a good programming practice to break up your code into several sections via a wireframe before starting the actual coding. 

Step 7: Research for a programming solution 

App development tools are like golf-sticks to golfers; they come in all shapes and sizes. Based on the striking intensity, they choose the stick. Similarly, the developer uses an array of software development tools, depending on their functionalities and flexibilities. For example, Android Studio is the official IDE or integrated development environment for Google’s Android operating system, built on JetBrains’ IntelliJ IDEA software and designed specifically for Android development. Likewise, there are innumerable software solutions like Buildfire, Ionic framework, Flutter, etc., for rapid app development that assist in rapid app development. 

Step 8: Build the app 

The development phase generally starts quite early on. Once the working prototype is developed, and the functionality of the app is validated, the developer can proceed with the coding. They can use frameworks to develop the app. 

Step 10: Testing and debugging the app 

Developing an App is just half work done unless the app is not thoroughly tested; the reality of app failure in the real environment always remains. To protect the app from security vulnerabilities the penetration testing, compliance testing, ethical hacking needs to be performed. There are many testing tools available in the market - Selenium, HP-UFT, Watir, Apache Jmeter, and so on. 

Step 11: Launch the app 

Once the app is developed, it has to launch on the app store like Apple Store or Google Play store for users to get access. Later the app is optimized for SEO to get maximum traction. 

Solutions for developing Android App 

There are tons of app development frameworks that can assist in rapid app development processes. Here are some of the popular ones. 

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