Mobile application development is the process by which application software is developed for small low-power handheld devices such as personal digital assistants, enterprise digital assistants or mobile phones. These applications are either pre-installed on phones during manufacture, or downloaded by customers from various mobile software distribution platforms.
The variety of skill sets that we offer in terms of our projects with mobile technology are listed below:
- Platform specific development on Android, Symbian, Blackberry, iOS and Windows Mobile
- Use of technologies like C, objective C and C++ to create advanced mobile applications
- Full compatibility with various hardware requirements and latest versions of the mobile OS
- Expertise in J2ME and .NET based development for custom mobile applications and portals
- Multi-user features, security and databases integrated into the application architecture
iOS, Palm OS, Symbian OS, and Windows Mobile support typical application binaries as found on personal computers with code which executes in the native machine format of the processor (the ARM architecture is a dominant design used on many current models). Windows Mobile can also be compiled to x86 executables for debugging on a PC without a processor emulator, and also supports the Portable Executable (PE) format associated with the .NET Framework. Windows Mobile, Palm OS and iOS offer free SDKs and integrated development environments to developers. Machine language executables offer considerable performance advantages over Java.