7) Backend building
Your developer will need to start setting up servers, databases and storage solution. You also need to sign up for developer accounts at the app marketplaces you are developing for. Depending on the platform, the account may take several days to get approval. You are almost on your way!
8) User Interface
After getting feedback on your prototype, you want to execute the consumer wants onto the app, and building the best resolutions for what was previously your wireframe. Another name for these individual screens are the “Skins” of the app.
9) Test 2
This is the real test. All the app functions are in place, and you want to make sure the UX-UI are working well. This is also to make sure there is a flow from screen to screen and that the app is actually user friendly!
10) Review and continue
After the second test and receiving feedback, it’s the phase of the final fix. You may need to change things from front to back end, to make sure you will get the downloads and uses promised by people who tested the app. The app-building isn’t quite finished yet.
11) Final review
You want to go through everything one last time, to make sure all the new modifications are working well. This is the last step before the launch, so no more room for mistakes.
12) Launch time!
After all these months and weeks of hard work, your app is finally official and ready to be downloaded from iOS and Android devices. Apple may take more time for the final approval, but it’s time to start promoting the app to the world and begin this new journey!
We hope that was useful! Building an app requires alot of effort and patience, and we hope you can come up with great ideas to show the world soon.