These tips will help you adjust your mobile development to help get into the Apple App Store, like proper testing, submitting, and maintenance of your app.
iOS is one of the two main mobile operating systems, and therefore almost unavoidable when you are building an app. But unlike Android, iOS has more stringent rules in place. Here are a few guidelines to help you with the iOS app development process:
The model view controller paradigm (MVC) is a core principle of iOS app development that is broken down into three components: user interfaces, data, and the software.
Caching of the database.
Synchronizing the database.
Development of mock-ups and wireframes.
UI design and development.
Improvements, if needed.
Setting up the back-end structure.
Management of user accounts and authentication.
Maintaining server side functions.
Customization of user experience.
Data integration with third parties through social networking sites.
Push notification services.
Test case preparation.
Automated script identification and modification.
Manual and automated testing.
Security and compliance testing.
Create an app Id, or Identifier.
Create an iOS provisioning profile for distribution.
Configure your target’s build settings in Xcode.
Create an App Store listing.
Create a release build.
Fill in the version information.
Submit the version for review.
From the first idea to its completion, it’s a long road ahead, but planning every step can increase your chance for success!