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How To Trim Your App Development Process?

Mobile Application Development November 15, 2017

Features, functionality, budget, and D-day are pre-defined before initiating the app development project. Well, does everything goes just like you planned? No, that never happens, unpredictable uncertainties always cross your ways and become roadblocks to achieving your goal in time. Looking from the developer’s viewpoint, when they get trapped in such situation, a critical dilemma of whether to maintain speed or quality strikes in their head? Throwing any one of them will be a costly outcome. Mobile apps development is a lengthy process and can’t be accomplished the way web apps get developed. Now, this is a trouble for both the clients who are in the urgent need and also for the mobile app development companies who are pushed to get the things done in a time frame which actually needs more time.


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So, what needs to be done to tackle such situations? Don’t you worry, we have certain solutions right here to trim the app development cycle or rather say the lengthy prolonged cycle. Let’s scroll each one of them and check which one is more suitable for you to get what you want, in your desired time.


Trim Your App Development Process


1) Use Low fidelity Wireframes


Before you initiate the entire process of app development and get trapped in the middle of the way not knowing what to do next, it’s highly advisable to frame your game plan. Low fidelity wireframing is like a road map of your app. Determine a specific architecture right from the designing stage to the deployment stage. This won’t get you stuck in the middle stage. High fidelity is also an option but it would eat up a considerable amount of time of yours. Low fidelity wireframing is like a rough sketch unlike a perfect and precise, but help you keep on the track. This will keep the designers, developers, and clients on the same page without having any confusion or misrepresentation of the final product.


2) Trailer at first, movie later


Well, don’t come up with the final product altogether. Instead of launching a robust, completely developed app, get a teeny weeny trailer out at first. Well, this should be enticing and something that makes the users wait for the final product to enter the market. Just after the app trailer, gather the data and feedback and immediately start working on it. This will help to attain exactly what users expected, giving them satisfaction and happiness and you hyped the number of downloads. You can also create a continuous cycle where timely update keeps on coming to the app. This will also keep users in the loop and there will always be a surprise package for them wrapped up with every new update.


3) Hybrid app development platforms


Well, gone are the days when native app development was the only option available to you. A plethora of mobile app development platforms is out in the market like React native, Ionic, Xamarin and several others which can be a great way to trim the process and get your app developed on the go. These platforms cut out the need for writing separate code for Android and iPhone curtailing the time limit of app development. Yes, I know what goes back to your mind, the performance issues that come along with cross-platform apps, right? You have a potential solution to this issue as well. Several startups and entrepreneurs have followed it and been successful. To give your app kick start and start capturing the market, push a cross-platform app and then gradually replace it with the native app to get the smooth running apps with the best functionality.


4) Automated testing


Manual testing, yes trustworthy solution, but time-consuming as well. Deploying an app without testing is the worst mistake you can make in the app development cycle. Don’t, I repeat don’t cut off the testing part just for trimming the process? To gear up the process without having to sacrifice on the quality of the app is automated testing. Automated testing will run ample of the test in a curtailed amount of time and assures a bug-free app. Doing the same with manual one will give the same result, but with prolonged development time.





Vihar Rana

Project Manager

Working as a project manager in 360 Degree Technosoft since its inception. Loves to learn new technology, train the team with the latest technology advancement, develop mobile apps, and share the knowledge. I love to write on Android and iOS updates, a guide to developing apps, recent designing trends, and such subjects.

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