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iPhones are definitely the most demanded smartphones with their unique features and dynamic UI /UX makes every iPhone user go in awe. Thanks to the amazing features of the iPhone coupled with awesome apps that one is able to download to take the productivity and ease of the iPhone to the next level.
Boom in the demand of iPhone applications for businesses:
With the booming demand of the iPhone app development industry, every iPhone development company is striving on catering the apps according to the most agile technologies available for iOS app development process. SWIFT is the basic language behind iOS applications and handling it is not a cakewalk. 
In fact, the whole process of iOS app development can be tangling and overwhelming, if not heed upon by  the professionals in the industry.
In this write up, we will be spotlighting 7 essential pointers every iOS app developer or a freelancer or even a company should know before diving into the deep sea of development. After all, you are never able to find the rare stones or diamonds on the surface!

Core Principles of iPhone application development:
Let’s get to the checklist of the technicalities of app development for iOS:

Phases of iOS Development are:
4.Design/ UX
The above phases will have to be conducted by only an expert iPhone development company:

● Choose Developers after Scrutiny:
The best way out there to make an app a big success is to start right. One should choose the developer carefully after strict scrutiny and checking the portfolio of the developer will show you the real picture. Because he will be responsible for all the development phases of the app like creating a wireframe of the app, choosing the architectural pattern, coding, testing, and finally launching the app in the App Store. 

● MVC- The Groundwork of any iOS app:
What is MVC? It is a compulsory architectural design pattern which forms the basis of any iOS app. It stands for Model View Controller and this model is based on the fact that when a user takes action on the UI of an app, it is the View function that asks for the information to show from the controller. 
It is a building block or a backbone of a solid iPhone app. The actual flow between the View and the Model is managed by the Controller.

● UI/ UX of an app: First Impressions matter!
After the creation of the Wireframe which gives us a rough idea of what an app would look like (or a user roadmap), it’s time of create a dynamic UI of the app. Designing the best UX is a challenging task but if the best elements are  integrated into the UX of the app, it will surely become a huge success. 
Even before the user moves on to the functionalities of the map, its a UX which a user will notice and if it manage to let the user navigate smoothly and seamlessly, your app will pass the test.

● Action-Oriented Programming/ Coding:
Though, it’s basically an MVC which controls the sending and receiving of the information when the event is called upon by the user of the app, it is the interaction between the model and the view as well as the controller that is responsible for this. An event is triggered upon by the request from the user and the code defines these events and actions.

● Front-end and Back-end of the app:
After the above phases of building an app for the clients in iOS app development, is the Objective-C, Swift, and the Cocoa Touch framework that the iOS developer is able to construct the controller layer of the app. An engineer who is responsible for creating the back-end of the app with full functionalities is called the back-end systems engineer. It is important to hire one with complete knowledge and experience.
● iOS Development Environment & Frameworks: 
The frameworks required as a skill set to the iOS developer are accessible through framework APIs. There are vast libraries of codes that make the APIs. A skilled and pro developer is always experienced in these frameworks and languages:

1.Apple Xcode IDE which is the SDK of Apple.
2.Cocoa Frameworks
3.Core Graphics for graphics.
4.Core Animation, Core Audio and Core Data
● iOS Programming languages:
3.OOP principles
● Xamarin
● Constructive Criticism in Testing Phase:
Before the app is launched in the App Store, a crucial step which is often taken for granted or ignored by unprofessional iPhone development company is the testing phase, IT is vital to test the stipulated and expected functionalities and UI of the app. Moreover, getting feedback and criticism will help you improve and enhance the app as the saying goes- there is always a room for improvement.

Delving deep into the core principles and fundamentals of iPhone applications will lead you near to the essentials of successful app creation, if you are a developer. Or else, if you are a client, it’s never a bad idea to keep up with the nuisances of what you are going to pay for in the future!
Posted on Monday, February 26, 2018 12:30 AM iphone , iPhone App Development , iOS App Development , App Development , mobile application , apple apps | Back to top

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