The Technology Driven Mobile Application Development

Mobile Application Development is gearing pace day by day. Consumers for this segment are also increasing rapidly, making it evident that mobile computing is something that is here to stay. In fact, each year, more and more mobile users are turning to their Smartphones for their Internet usage, and that means the development of mobile technologies and mobile apps is going to become increasingly important in the days to come.

We are also witnessing a shift regarding the importance of mobile app development. Now, not only the app, but also the technology used for development is considered as an important factor for the success of that app. We could find that technology used for mobile app development is varying in effectiveness based on the platform for which the apps are being developed. In some instances the development tools used by the developing company is considered vital and plays an important role in getting approval from specific market place like iTunes, GooglePlay, etc.

Thus, mobile app development is no more a mere development process; it is now all the more technology driven.





QT Mobile Application Development

Qt, which is an open-source platform for developers and programmers, is an application platform for web application development as well as mobile application development for devices such as personal digital assistants, video projectors and mobile phones. It is based on the C++ Language.

All major platforms mentioned below are mutually compatible with Qt framework:

  • iOS (iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch)
  • Android
  • Blackberry
  • Windows Mobile
  • Windows Phone 7
  • Symbian
  • MeeGo (merger of Maemo and Moblin)
  • webOS

Now a day, almost all the companies providing service of mobile development are focusing on cross-platform development and Qt is everyone’s favorite as it offers the environment to develop professional, portable, highly efficient, easily extensible and maintainable GUI applications, quickly. It makes it easy for mobile app developers to create mobile applications and deploy them on Windows, Mac, Linux, Windows CE, Windows Mobile, or even on embedded Linux platforms without altering the source code.