Mobile Application Development refers to the development and maintenance of software and applications for smartphones and mobile devices.
These software and application programs can be installed during manufacturing of the mobile device or purchased from mobile software providers. They can then be installed on the phone or downloaded to it directly through the browser's HTTP functionality, which uses both client-side and server-side processing.
User-Friendly Mobile Applications are being developed and built to work on today's most popular mobile device environments and platforms. These include the Android OS, Blackberry OS (also known as the Blackberry OS), the HP webOS and Windows Mobile.
It is a requirement for developers to analyze the platforms and environments that will be used to develop mobile apps and programs. Mobile software development allows the programmer to learn the tools of their trade. This will allow him to write code faster, test it and then deploy the app to certain mobile phones and operating systems.
There are many development environments that can be used for mobile app development. Two of these are: Adobe AIR and Android.
The mobile application's modules must be tested after each development phase. This will ensure that it meets the requirements. One member of the project team must be assigned to test and verify functionality