Sunvera is a boutique iOS app development agency that helps expedite the development process for iOS to create intelligent mobile applications, including iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch for Apple hardware. The code that we use to design the apps are in Swift or Objective-C coding.
You may have had reservations about iOS development if you are a mobile app developer. Each device needs a Mac computer, for example, and Macs are generally costlier than their Windows counterparts. Moreover, when you complete your app, you will face a rigorous quality assessment process before it is distributed via the App Store.
Nonetheless, if you have hundreds of millions of Apple iPhone and iPad users all over the world for your organization’s employees, customers or partners, you have clear reasons for developing the iOS app. And although entry barriers are potentially high, iOS development can be as easy as (in certain cases easier than) Android development. You can join the ranks of iOS app developers with the right planning and resources.
For the construction of an iOS app with Cloud Push Notification and performance surveillance, Sunvera offers to get it done in no time.
App store on Apple has set-up multiple checks to ensure that only the best app makes it through to the app store and this is where Sunvera can help you. Sunvera guarantees that the apps we design are able to withstand the rigorous quality checks by Apple and makes it through to the app store.
The IDE includes a user interface designer, a code editor, a test engine, an asset catalog, and everything you need for the development of an iOS application.
Languages used for iOS App Development
There are currently two iOS software development programming languages.
Goal-C: The primary programming language of all Apple products was developed in the early 1980s for decades. Objective-C is a programming language based on objects, focused on transmitting messages to various processes (as opposed to invoking a process in traditional C programming). Instead of integration into the Swift framework introduced in 2014, many developers choose to keep their old apps written in Objective C.
Swift: The new “official” language of iOS is the Swift programming language. Although it has many similarities to Goal-C, it uses a simpler syntax and focuses more on safety than its predecessor. Because Objective-C shares a runtime, you can easily include legacy code into updated applications. Even for people who just start to program, Swift is easy to learn. Since Swift is faster, safer, and easier to use than Goal-C, you should plan to develop your iOS app if you have no compelling reason to stick with Goal C.
Extensive libraries and APIs
The extensive range of libraries that are available for the users on the app store can make it hard for your app to stand out. However, when done right, the app can make it to the top of the play store and give your business a much needed visibility. Numerous apps are developed an uploaded to the app store on a daily basis, however, only a few make it through.
The comprehensive kits that Apple provides allow you to use the features of iOS to easily incorporate third-party apps, build social network-connecting apps, use your camera or native calendar application or record automatically replay videos of a particularly thrilling moment in gameplay.
iPhones are powerful devices. However, consider discharging the heavy lift to the cloud to handle resource-intensive tasks. You can use your cloud for storage, database management, and even app caching by connecting your application to cloud-based services through APIs. Innovative next-generation services can also be added to your app. A good iOS app development agency can help you take care of this entire process of shifting to the cloud.
No perfect codes are even written by the best developers — at least not the first time. You will need to test it once you have finished developing your iOS app. Fortunately, as you could when you developed for Android, you do not need to test mobile devices from multiple companies. iOS is the own mobile operating system of Apple, only running on Apple iPhone. Although you may want to use multiple operating systems to test your iOS app development methods and process have taken place on several generations of iPhones, there are still fewer devices for testing than Android.
Xcode offers automated UI testing in addition to standard unit tests. You can write tests through your user interface, which interacts with your app to identify any problems. The user test does not use APIs to interact with code — it simulates the interaction between a real user and your application. As long as you write tests covering every aspect of your app, you can auto-test your UI more extensively than any human.
In any case, you still want your app to be tested so that your software is easily understandable by the users. Apple makes it easy for friends, family, and your user base to preview your app with the TestFlight app while you can relocate your apps to iOS devices without submitting them to the App Store. We ensure that your app is tested rigorously so as to ensure that there are no bugs that pop up when the app is made available for the users.
Publish your app on the App Store
Once your application is approved by Apple, you can ask up to 10,000 users to download a test version under its App Store review guidelines. These users download the TestFlight application and have access to your application via a unique link. You can divide your external testers into individual groups and push specific components into each group and make it possible for you to conduct A/B tests and comparison of features. On the other hand, usage data are automatically obtained and feedback on all problems is easy for users to submit.
You will need to submit your app to the App Store once you’re done with iOS studio app development. You can directly submit and sign your app via Xcode. Be patient, The app review process can be lengthy and often involves multiple iterations of rejection, revision, and refusal until your final approval is obtained.
Partner with the Best iOS App Development Agency in Orange County
Sunvera helps you take care of all these things, as we are among the best iOS app developers in Irvine and Orange County. Our team of developers specializes in ensuring that we deliver nothing less than the best every time.