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SCMS comments on present mobile application development practices
SCMS, which brought significant structural changes in field of mobile application development by imposing and enforcing their own rules, commented on the present trends.
Atul Kumar, CEO of http://www.commediait.com that has been serving a range of enterprises globally with developing value-added, value-for-money, business and functions focused mobile apps, commented on dynamics of Mobile Application market” Major software companies, such as Apple and Google, are established while newcomers have their own inference that does not concern the mobile network operators and mobile phone manufacturers. This adaptable environment brought additional opportunities as well as constraints for current mobile apps developers.”
Today, developers need to assess options while taking advantages of these current trends. First, the developer uses development tools to build its mobile application and publishes its application on a portal, from which the consumer can download the application onto its mobile device. This present model of apps development includes developers, the application portal, consumers, and all the processes related to the publishing and purchasing of a mobile application. Different development tools that are supported need to characterize the type of technology each platform provides for developers, here it is also we determine if the technology provided has an open access or proprietary sources.
When asked about SCMS’ contribution in this field, SCMS has exposure in this technology with vast range from embedded solutions to mobile programming on popular platforms like Android OS, iOS, Symbian, etc. We developed EDA, PDA, GPS and Tracking applications. Our applications are light-weight and capable to improve workability of smart phones.
The current evolutions show that the landscape for developing Mobile Apps has changed dramatically. There are many new opportunities coming in, to develop, distribute, and generate significant revenues with the emerging mobile application portals. Over several years, mobile application development (http://www.commediait.com/
As commented by Mr. Kumar application portals tend to become more centralized, facilitating the link between developers and consumers. In this changing environment, choosing for which platform to develop seems to be challenging. I proposed three selection criteria - market size and accessibility, career opportunities, and creative freedom.