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Top 8 Mobile App Platforms Tools

BitbarTemenos QuantumSAP Mobile PlatformAndroid SDKIBM MobileFirstApple iOS SDKCodename OneAxway Appcelerator
  1. Game testing and the API for apps are good.Ability to use different frameworks.
  2. The best feature is the Kony Studio, which is the product that is used to develop interfaces.With the new VM releases, it is a faster product with more abilities that benefit the user.
  3. The initial setup is not overly complex.
  4. IBM MobileFirst has one of the most feature-rich admin panels.I like Its capability for developing hybrid applications, with an ability to integrate device-native code as well
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  6. Enables me to use the same web technology to develop cross-platform native apps. The cloud-based one-click app build system is a valuable feature as well.

Mobile App Platforms Articles

Muhammad Shaamel
Sales Director at Orangekloud Inc
Jun 04 2021
Building apps is soon going to be a common routine for Business Analysts, IT Managers and Operational Executives with strong business process knowledge and understanding of how the web works. With the advent of Rapid Mobile Application Development Tools that either needs some handwritten coding or… (more)

Building apps is soon going to be a common routine for Business Analysts, IT Managers and Operational Executives with strong business process knowledge and understanding of how the web works.

With the advent of Rapid Mobile Application Development Tools that either needs some handwritten coding or absolutely No Coding whatsoever, the dependency on an IT Department of a company having to take the burden of application development is soon going to be history.

And what with Gartner's report indicating that by 2023 more than 50% of enterprises developing applications will be resorting to Low Code Application Development strategy (that even includes NO CODE application development as well).

I happen to work with a No Code RMAD tool with which I am able to build simple to complex Enterprise graded Cross-platform Mobile Applications using visually developed logic flow, Drag and Drop of components and functions, Using existing templates to simplify my UI / UX design exercise, integrating to any Backend Databases of ERP/CRM with ready to connect Connector components and able to preview my app on any device (Mobile or Web) on the fly.

The key takeaways for developing with such RMAD tools are

  1. Relatively simpler learning curve and adopt a ZERO CODING Tool (compared to learning a programming language even to write a few lines of code).
  2. Building Cross-Platform Mobile Applications with a single Build / Codebase (compared to building apps that are platform-dependent).
  3. Faster development and speed to market (B2B Apps can be built with No Code from as low as a few minutes to as high as a few weeks).
  4. Integration to Backend Databases a breeze with ready-to-use Connectors available on the No Code Development platform.
  5. Reducing Resource, infrastructure, and Operational Costs to the barest minimum – One developer can build mobile apps for both Android and iOS platforms. No Code Development platform on the cloud minimizes additional server and other infrastructure maintenance & Operational costs.
  6. Anyone with some basic understanding of building logic with good business process knowledge – relieving dependency on IT Department’s Application development capabilities.

As rightly said by the CEO of GitHub, Chris Wanstrath, the Future of Coding is No Code at all – maybe it's high time some serious thought is being put into this line of thought for future application development.

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