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How has mobile changed the app development process?
This article is part of the Access issue of June 2017, Vol. 1, No. 4
There's no denying that mobility has changed the way IT shops develop apps. Today, it's no longer about just the desktop or mobile devices -- it's about creating a seamless user experience across multiple platforms. Here, three IT experts share their thoughts on how mobility altered the app development process. Owen LaRosa code reviewer and mobile development mentor, Udacity In the iOS App Store, every update to every app is reviewed by a real human. Developers, in turn, must be extra careful to ensure their updates meet the review guidelines. In traditional web development, developers can update their site every day. You can't do this as easily on mobile … so you really need to understand what your users want beforehand. Timing is critical, and not prioritizing the app review process can really frustrate your users. Jeff Jones developer, Kharis Creative Inc. Jeff Jones Mobile made the app development process more structured and standards-based. Apple's … always required strict adherence to Apple guidelines. Even though Android ...
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