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Ongoing App Assistance

The life path of your app after its development You have chosen DuckMa to help you create your mobile application. Now that your app has already been designed, developed and published, you are excited and can’t wait to see the results. You are convinced that the entire app development process that got you here is over, but you are wrong. The development phase is over, that’s true, but your app still needs assistance in order to continue working and doing its best. It requires the sort of continuous care that, here at DuckMa, is called ongoing assistance. Let’s take a look at what we mean when we are talking about your app’s ongoing assistance, so that we can better understand what it does and what it is.

Flutter: a DuckMa story about the Flutter SDK

For easy multi-platform development. Here at DuckMa, mobile apps are developed natively. By utilizing the Android and iOS SDKs we can tap into the maximum potential of each platform which enables us to satisfy any of our customers' requirements. While offering a lot of benefits, native development has one major downside: everything needs to be developed twice, once for each platform. Therefore, during the last decade, a lot of companies developed different technologies to provide their unified SDK for easy multi-platform development. Some examples include PhoneGap by Adobe, Xamarin by Microsoft, React Native by Facebook and the latest of the group: Flutter by Google.

Teamwork in DuckMa: when two heads are better than one

Being able to work as part of a team is essential here in DuckMa. Whether you are working on a group project or just attending a meeting, you will be a team player. Show respect for others and, in general, be willing to work to reach a common goal. Making teamwork means contributing effectively to ideas, being responsible and assertive, accepting criticism and always giving constructive feedback to other team members. Teamwork is of great importance within flows and processes in terms of increasing efficiency and productivity. Having a cohesive team gives the opportunity to build trust among colleagues, solve problems quickly and effectively and promotes a greater sense of ownership.

Web App, hybrid App or native App

What is a web app? What is a hybrid app? What is a native app? With the already huge market for apps continuing to grow, these have become very popular questions. However, there may be an even more important question that you should be asking yourself.

App developers: hiring a Mobile App development Company? Here’s what you need!

What You Need to Know Before Hiring a Mobile App Development Company What to know to choose the right company You may have found that you’re spoiled with choices when searching for a mobile app development company. However, having many choices isn’t always a good thing. App developers come in many different shapes and sizes. It’s important to evaluate how mobile application development companies fit with your brand, your vision, and your app idea. I’m about to give you a deeper understanding of what you need to know BEFORE you hire a mobile app development company. By the time you finish you’ll be much better prepared to approach a development company with the right questions and be able to evaluate whether they’re the one for you.

Android vs iOS development: which is best for your App?

Which is BEST for Your App? It’s time to get started with your app development. Or is it? Do you know which app market you’ll be developing for first? Android vs iOS development is a major decision to be made well before the development process begins. In fact, your app design and the functionality you incorporate will be largely dependent on the platform you choose. In this post I’ll be running you through the pros and cons of each platform. As a world class app development team, we know our way around both and want to help you make the right decision for your unique idea. When determining Android vs iOS development, this is the post to read. So, let’s dive in!

Apps with a turnkey contract?

Have they offered to develop your mobile application with a turnkey contract? Or maybe you asked for this, due to budget restrictions? Both of these are possible and real scenarios. In our experience, what happens most often is that a client reaches out to us asking to develop an app while staying within the budget that the company has set up for that year. Sure, there are people that do this, just like there are people that look for a good compromise, but we try to avoid working with turnkey contracts, and here’s why.