The One Technologies

Origin Of New Era

5.00/5 (1 Reviews)
About The One Technologies
The One Technologies is established in 2010 with an aim to provide quality services in the web, mobile and custom software development. We continue to build a global service company by attracting and developing extraordinary talent, which enables us to help our customers imp...
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< $25/hr
50 - 249
2010
India
The One Technologies
Origin Of New Era
5.00/5 (1 Reviews)
1 Review
Client Reviews
Rushabh MehtaReviewed on 22/2/19
Critical extension of our development team
Role: Founder & President at Matchbook Services
Reviewed on 22/2/19 by Rushabh Mehta
Role: Founder & President at Matchbook Services
Critical extension of our development team
We have been working with The One Technologies for over 3 years and have found them to be extremely knowledgeable and responsive to our needs. Their development team is extremely versatile and is able to pick up new and advanced technologies with great ease. They have developed and continue to enhance our enterprise SaaS platform and also provide deployment and operational support for our platform hosted in Microsoft Azure. We have also challenged them to developing against new technologies and data services such as Azure Cosmos DB and build services such as http callback services as well as REST API services. They have delivered on all these capabilities with great ease to our satisfaction. They also have a very cohesive team that is easy to work with and has a very low churn, which is very important to us in an offshore development partner. We have no hesitation in recommending The One Technologies for your development needs.

What do you like most about the company?

Quality of work. Dedication to customer satisfaction. Honesty.

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Services:
Software Development
Project Budget:
$200000+
Project Duration:
100+ Weeks
Project Status:
In progress
Services

Android Application Development
iPhone Apps Development
iPad Application Development
Asp.Net Web Development
PHP Web Development
Web and Graphics Design Services
Software Maintenance Services
Custom Application Development Services
Purchase Website Packages

Focus
Service Focus
Portfolio
34 Portfolios
Online Eyewear Ecommerce Store (Shopify)

Online Eyewear Ecommerce Store. Different style of Goggles & Sunglasses.

$0 to $10000 9 weeks Consumer Products
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The increasing use of iOS devices across the globe has compelled app developers to build iOS apps to meet user expectations. At Openxcell, the expert and tech-savvy programmers have created a plethora of robust iOS apps for multiple categories. If you want to build a native application for iOS, you should have a look at the following mobile app technology stack based on programming languages, toolkit, and software development kit(SDK). iOS platform has always been the first pick for premium mobile app developers as it provides excellent App Profitability and App Development Environment.   Openxcell majorly focuses on Swift and Objective C as their programming language.     Programming Languages   1. Swift   The majority of iOS app developers consider Swift as the most popular iOS native app programming language. Swift is a multi-purpose, multi-paradigm, accumulated programming language developed by Apple Inc. for iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, and Linux OS.     Swift language simplifies the development process of iOS apps. This programming language delivers apps that are prominent in enhanced code reusability, security, readability, and provide best-in-class performance.   2. Objective C   Objective-C is an all-in-one, object-oriented programming language that supersets C language and provides a dynamic runtime environment.     It was one of the most common iOS app development languages before Swift had taken the driving seat. However, many large enterprise mobile apps continue to run on Objective C language.   Swift is widely used and most recommended amongst the two. This language is functional and provides inline support for manipulating text strings and data, which helps in delivering less error-prone code. Additionally, Swift also comprises of dynamic libraries that are directly uploaded to memory. These libraries are created by cutting down on the initial size of the app, which ultimately accelerates the app performance.     Toolkit   There are mainly two toolsets used for iOS apps development.     1. Xcode   Apple Xcode is only accessible if you choose Swift for developing your native app. This toolkit provides a full-featured development environment that enables its users to create mobile apps and desktop applications. Xcode encompasses integrated support for Git repositories, a graphical editor to design user interfaces, instrumentation & debugging tools, and integrated documentation. This development tool is believed to be the official IDE of Apple Inc. that helps to create and publish native and gaming apps to the Apple Store. Xcode also supports the development of Mac OS, iOS, watch OS, and tv OS apps.     2. AppCode   AppCode is an integrated development platform for Swift, Objective-C, C, C++, and JavaScript created on Jet Brains’ IntelliJ IDEA space. It is a substitute for Xcode, which has started to gain popularity in the market lately. AppCode offers faster coding and supports various languages, including C, C++, and JavaScript, compared to Xcode.     Though AppCode supports most of the programming languages, it cannot compete with Xcode’s Interface Builder, which helps to design interfaces without writing a line of codes. Hence you could opt for the best toolkit according to your requirement of functionalities.     Software Development Kit: iOS SDK   The iOS Software Development Kit comprises an application programming interface that functions as a connecting link between software apps and the platform they run on. APIs can be created in multiple ways and includes important programming libraries and other tools. The iPhone SDK sets out mechanisms for Apple’s touchscreen interface and its proprietary iOS operating system. This system is used to run Apple’s iPhone as well as the iPad.     Mobile app development technologies are growing at an enormous pace. Selecting the right mobile app technology is a crucial ingredient in building a highly functional iPhone app. OpenXcell has completed more than 150 iPhone app development projects to date, whereas the team is currently working on more than 50 projects.

The increasing use of iOS devices across the globe has compelled app developers to build iOS apps to meet user expectations. At Openxcell, the expert and tech-savvy programmers have created a plethora of robust iOS apps for multiple categories. If you want to build a native application for iOS, you should have a look at the following mobile app technology stack based on programming languages, toolkit, and software development kit(SDK). iOS platform has always been the first pick for premium mobile app developers as it provides excellent App Profitability and App Development Environment.  

Openxcell majorly focuses on Swift and Objective C as their programming language.    

Programming Languages  

1. Swift  

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The majority of iOS app developers consider Swift as the most popular iOS native app programming language. Swift is a multi-purpose, multi-paradigm, accumulated programming language developed by Apple Inc. for iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, and Linux OS.    

Swift language simplifies the development process of iOS apps. This programming language delivers apps that are prominent in enhanced code reusability, security, readability, and provide best-in-class performance.  

2. Objective C  

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Objective-C is an all-in-one, object-oriented programming language that supersets C language and provides a dynamic runtime environment.    

It was one of the most common iOS app development languages before Swift had taken the driving seat. However, many large enterprise mobile apps continue to run on Objective C language. 

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 Swift is widely used and most recommended amongst the two. This language is functional and provides inline support for manipulating text strings and data, which helps in delivering less error-prone code. Additionally, Swift also comprises of dynamic libraries that are directly uploaded to memory. These libraries are created by cutting down on the initial size of the app, which ultimately accelerates the app performance.    

Toolkit  

There are mainly two toolsets used for iOS apps development.    

1. Xcode  

Apple Xcode is only accessible if you choose Swift for developing your native app. This toolkit provides a full-featured development environment that enables its users to create mobile apps and desktop applications. Xcode encompasses integrated support for Git repositories, a graphical editor to design user interfaces, instrumentation & debugging tools, and integrated documentation. This development tool is believed to be the official IDE of Apple Inc. that helps to create and publish native and gaming apps to the Apple Store. Xcode also supports the development of Mac OS, iOS, watch OS, and tv OS apps.    

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2. AppCode  

AppCode is an integrated development platform for Swift, Objective-C, C, C++, and JavaScript created on Jet Brains’ IntelliJ IDEA space. It is a substitute for Xcode, which has started to gain popularity in the market lately. AppCode offers faster coding and supports various languages, including C, C++, and JavaScript, compared to Xcode.    

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Though AppCode supports most of the programming languages, it cannot compete with Xcode’s Interface Builder, which helps to design interfaces without writing a line of codes. Hence you could opt for the best toolkit according to your requirement of functionalities.    

Software Development Kit: iOS SDK  

The iOS Software Development Kit comprises an application programming interface that functions as a connecting link between software apps and the platform they run on. APIs can be created in multiple ways and includes important programming libraries and other tools. The iPhone SDK sets out mechanisms for Apple’s touchscreen interface and its proprietary iOS operating system. This system is used to run Apple’s iPhone as well as the iPad.    

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Mobile app development technologies are growing at an enormous pace. Selecting the right mobile app technology is a crucial ingredient in building a highly functional iPhone app. OpenXcell has completed more than 150 iPhone app development projects to date, whereas the team is currently working on more than 50 projects.

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B-801, The First, B/H Keshavbaug, Vastrapur, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380015
India
+91 7940327195
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