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iOS and Android Mobile App Technology

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Which platform is best for your mobile app—a native platform, a cross-platform hybrid, or a mobile web platform? These are important decisions to make before you begin building your mobile app.


Taazaa’s team of mobile application developers can help guide you to the best platform and development environment for your needs.





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iOS App Development

Apple’s iOS platform is a closed system, meaning that apps developed in native development languages can only be used on Apple devices—iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches, and so on. The two languages for developing iOS apps are Objective C and Swift.

Objective C

Apple Objective C is a relatively user-friendly language for those new to object-oriented development. The development environment is full-featured and scalable. Because it’s a C language superset, Objective C has many functions that deal specifically with graphics, input/output, and display functions.


Swift is Apple’s own language for iOS development. It’s an even easier and faster method for iOS development companies to use. Swift app development includes a feature called “Playgrounds” for helping iOS developers teach themselves to move from Objective C to Swift programming. Swift development can be used either in conjunction with Objective C or separately.

Android App Development

Apple aside, most mobile device manufacturers use the Android open-source environment for running apps on their smartphones, tablets, and wearables. The two main development languages for Android are Java and Kotlin.


Java is an object-oriented, open-source environment used widely in development for both Android and other operating systems. Java app development is easy to do, with code that looks much like C/C++. Java Android apps have access to extensive libraries for everything from logging to unit testing, for example. The Android Studio integrated development environment (IDE) contains built-in Java source files.


Kotlin for Android requires developers to write less code than Java does, which accelerates development. Kotlin also eliminates some Java-specific issues such as NullPointerException. It also offers access to all frameworks and libraries written in Java.
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Mobile Development

Cross-platform mobile development environments allow you to create apps that work on both
Android and iOS devices. The tradeoff is that those apps may not be able to access some features,
like the device’s calendar, email, and other apps.
React Native & JavaScript App Development

React Native & JavaScript App Development

React Native is a JavaScript environment for cross-platform mobile development that’s based on ReactJS. Developers use code compiled from a single JavaScript codebase. React Native allows the reuse of both UI components and the logic layer between Android and iOS. Like ReactJS, React Native replaces the use of HTML and CSS for UI development with JSX, an XML markup language that compiles UI components into native platform-specific components. For example, a React Native text component will render natively on Android as a TextView, but on iOS as a UILabel.

Flutter and Dart Development

Flutter is a popular widget-based UI toolkit from Google. It lets developers build graphically “beautiful” Android, iOS, web, and desktop apps from a single code base. Flutter app developers use Google’s Dart programming language. Flutter also contains a hot reload feature meant to let Flutter mobile developers build UIs, experiment with new features, and fix bugs with sub-second reload times without losing state on hardware, emulators, and simulators. Flutter’s fully customizable widgets include a “Cupertino-style” series for iOS app development. Google eyes expanding app development in Flutter from iOS and Android to Microsoft Windows and Apple’s macOS environments soon.
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Xamarin and C# Development

Xamarin and C# Development

Xamarin uses C# and native libraries wrapped in Microsoft’s .Net layer for cross-platform app development across iOS and Android, with support for both Apple Watch and Android Wear. Code for business logic, database access, and network communications can be shared across all platforms, but Xamarin also lets developers create a platform-specific UI code layer. Developers can generally keep the native look and feel of iOS and Android apps from within Xamarin, but can also call existing platform code, such as Swift, to achieve platform-specific functions like barcode scanning.

Apache Cordova and HTML5 Development

Apache Cordova is an open-source mobile development framework that allows developers to use standard web technologies for cross-platform development. Apps function within platform-specific wrappers and rely on standards-compliant API bindings to access each device’s capabilities (sensors, data, network status, and so forth). This allows developers to build hybrid web applications for mobile devices using CSS3, HTML5, and JavaScript, instead of relying on Android or iOS APIs. It extends the features of HTML and JavaScript to work with the device.
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Mobile web platforms

Mobile Web Platforms

Mobile Web Platforms

Progressive Web Apps use modern web capabilities to deliver an app-like user experience. They deliver all the functionality of immersive, top-level apps, with the ease and speed of the web. Progressive Web Apps work across all browsers, but function best in modern browsers. Progressive enhancement is a core component of the PWA model.

Responsive Web Apps

Responsive Web Apps

A Responsive Web App is usually a mobile version of a desktop website with its own distinct URL (e.g., m.samplesite.com). It contains only the desktop content that works for mobile browsing. Responsive pages adapt to the screen size of the user’s device. Responsive Web Apps can be built quicker and cheaper than native mobile apps, but their performance isn’t as fast or as functional.

Our mobile app development process

Whether you want to build a mobile application from scratch, redesign an existing app, or modernize your mobile app infrastructure, you’ll get secure, stable, high-quality results from our development team.

App Discovery

To explore your vision, customers, and the problem to be solved.

UI/UX Design

To craft the look, feel, and flow of your product.


To code, test, iterate, and release your product.

Quality Assurance

To ensure your mobile app is free from defects.


To get your app on all the app stores and in front of customers.

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James Ekbatani

Taazaa has always been more than our technology partner. I give a lot of credit to Taazaa for what we were able to accomplish. The team was there through thick and thin. We struggled a lot and celebrated more. I knew they were a team I could count on.

James Ekbatani

James Ekbatani

Founder and Chairman, HealthFair

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Jeffrey Katz

The Taazaa team was easy to work with and delivered a powerful and professional application that we proudly demo for our clients and prospects. I find ‘The Vault’ to be highly user-friendly. It’s effortless to navigate around. The look and feel of the app are what we were looking to develop. Congrats to the Taazaa development team.

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COO & Co-Founder, Strategic Audit Solutions

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In terms of quality and application performance, Taazaa is one of the best we have worked with. We are very satisfied with their work and deliverables! Taazaa helped us put everything together. They built the platform quickly and added more developers whenever required.

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Jennifer Hunter

Team, our Hopkins demo went extremely well. The team was very impressed with the new platform and provided great feedback. Thank you all for making this very important meeting a win for Emvitals! Taazaa is helping us expand our presence – thank you for all your hard work.

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Many thanks for having taken care of these updates so very quickly. We are ready for a soft launch with our VOZ Advisors colleagues early in the New Year. Thank you so very much for all your help throughout the year. I have very much enjoyed working with you and give you an A+ for excellent customer service.

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George Zappas

Partnering with Taazaa to create CookinGenie has been an extraordinary journey. From an initial website to a refined web and iOS app, Taazaa understood our unique challenges and the customer experience we imagined. I cannot recommend Taazaa highly enough to anyone looking to bring a complex vision to life.

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Executive Chef, CookinGenie

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The product owner acts as the liaison between the development team and stakeholders. Their purpose is to ensure the app meets business objectives and user needs.

Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) have expertise in specific processes, practices, regulations, or user needs associated with the project. SMEs have practical experience and a thorough understanding of domain nuances and challenges involved.

The Project Manager (PM) advocates for the customer. They oversee the entire development process, keep the project on track, align team members, communicate with stakeholders, and ensure timely delivery.

The product designer focuses on creating an intuitive and visually appealing user experience. They conduct user research, design wireframes and prototypes, and collaborate with developers regarding interfaces.

The software engineer develops front-end and back-end components of the software (UI, server-side logic, APIs, databases) and integrates external services, ensuring a secure, scalable, and efficient software solution.
The DevOps engineer focuses on app security, scalability, and performance. They automate and streamline the app deployment and maintenance processes and set up integration and delivery pipelines.
Quality Assurance (QA) specialists check the software’s quality before it’s released to users. They perform manual and automated tests, identify and resolve issues, create test plans, report and track issues, and ensure app stability and reliability.