Crucial Stages of Android Application Development
Defining the Process
In the first stage of Android Application Development it is clearly underlining the most important points of the project and fleshing them out. This is the stage where developers create an initial sketch of the application and identify its key components. They zero in on the functionality and the architecture that will be used for project development.
Building a Wire Frame
The next of stage Android Application Development it involves the design of a detailed layout that gives clients a perfect idea of what the android application is going to look like. In this case, developers closely work with the client to ensure that the layout meets the client requirements to perfection.
Designing the User Interface
Once again a stage comes which demands a coordinated effort between the client and the developer; the user interface is the backbone of any application and requires concerted efforts between both parties to develop a user-interface that is visually appealing and in-line with the application’s core concept.
Some people call this stage the ‘storyboard’. During this stage of android application development, developers decide how the application will function. If the application is a gaming application developers will freeze on the game play and if it’s a service oriented application they will define its workability and usability in this stage.
This is the stage in android application development when the foundation of the application is laid. Designers construct the back end design, which includes components such as database design, social integration, and application architecture. This stage uses all the inputs gathered at the start of the development stage, in order to construct an application that meets all client specifications.
Once the foundation is laid, the fully functional app is tested on the Android simulator, which helps developers identify bugs and also ensure that the functionality of the application matches the highest standards of quality.
Final Stage and Release
From the simulator, the app is moved to an Android device for further testing. When developers are sure of the app’s functionality on the Android platform, it is considered ready for release. The app is then delivered to the client.