Apple has a very strict policy of accepting apps in its app store. This is why one must be careful while developing apps for the iOS. Following are the top three mistakes people make while iPhone application development. This article also helps in identifying how these mistakes can be avoided.
Silly mistakes of iPhone App Development Summary: Apple has a very strict policy of accepting apps in its app store. This is why one must be careful while developing apps for the iOS. Following are the top three mistakes people make while iPhone application development. This article also helps in identifying how these mistakes can be avoided. IPhone app development has gained a lot of popularity in the recent past. This has led to a direct increase in the demand for skilled iPhone app developers. However, the problem of the present day isn’t that apps aren’t as creative or attractive. The problem is that no matter how skilled a developer you find, they will display a few basic characteristics which will inevitably lead to a few silly mistakes. Since after you will be wiser after reading this article you can correct these mistakes yourself, or highlight them to your iPhone app developer so that he can rectify it for you. Overlooking Guidelines I know we had fun breaking rules in school and it is always exciting to throw a ‘know-it-all’ look everywhere, but what is not okay is to skip guidelines. No matter how informed you are, you must strictly always refer to the guidelines given by Apple, popularly known as the App Store Review Guidelines. This has the fundamental criterion based on which applications are accepted or rejected. Mostly, Expert iPhone app developers like to think that they know everything and are so cool because they have a lot of experience, but you never know what one single mistake will do to your app. Think it through and check everything to ascertain that your app meets the guidelines to the letter T. Overdoing everything There are places where we have to draw a line. Your developer will be very keen on showing off all that he can accomplish, but please do not allow him to make your application an exhibition of his talent. Remember that the app is meant for you. When it goes public it will reflect you and your company. So, when a developer tries to hoard your app with a million tabs, or animations, or colors or even functions, remind him to tone it down. See, you can't blame him. Creative people tend to flow with emotions and may just overdo everything in an attempt to create a unique application for you, but you must give it a clear thought and pull the reigns when required. Overthinking Talk about going overboard! Overthinking can literally kill your product. Thinking too much often makes the developer create more and more complex codes. People use a more difficult code even when something simpler will achieve the same results. There’s obviously no direct harm in doing this, but when it comes to debugging, this can really make the whole task very cumbersome. If you want a simple clean and effective handling of the app (because in later years, you may have to employ someone else to do it) you must encourage the developer to use simpler codes. Conclusion I remember my mum telling me as a kid that excess of anything can be deteriorating in nature (mostly when I hogged on chocolates), I never know that I’d meet this reality in the technical world. However, in my career of over a decade as a mobile application developer, I have come to appreciate the fact playing the underdog can be really helpful sometimes. Keeping things subtle and clear goes a long way. Please understand that any customer will appreciate honestly much more that decorative pomp. So don’t give the people clichés about how great your company is and how fantastic your app can be. Instead give them a clear idea of what your app is capable of. If it is truly interesting, people will pick it up like hot cakes! For More Information Visit, http://www.vitebmobileapps.com/iphone-application-development Conatct: +1 408 876 4660
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