Mobile App Development with Appery.io

Want to develop mobile apps, but don’t know how?

With the proliferation of mobile devices and increased demand for mobile apps in the enterprise, many developers have switched their interests to mobile development. Even those who are not familiar with the craft of mobile development have considered or tried to create a mobile app at some point. But to be perfectly honest, mobile development is challenging. If it was easy, everyone would be building apps and experienced developers wouldn’t enjoy such high demand. In reality, you need to have pretty strong background using technologies such as HTML, JavaScript, and CSS to build even the simplest mobile app. This is not even considering the various frameworks you would need to learn, on top of everything else. 

If you are not a traditional developer but want to a build a mobile app, you have to follow a challenging routine of learning endless set of information, libraries, frameworks and other tools. Of course, such an approach gives your more low-level control over your code, but the chance that you will lose interest before you build something is rather high.

The Appery.io approach

That’s where Appery.io comes to the rescue.  We’ve built a platform with visual app builder and a set of ready-to-use components, pre-installed themes and swatches and a convenient way to use REST services. This approach shortens the learning curve significantly and increases overall developer productivity. Here is how the Appery.io visual app builder looks:

visual_builder_view

Even though you have full access to the app source, we’re not showing it to you to demonstrate that the visual approach in Appery.io greatly simplifies mobile app development. By using intuitive drag and drop controls, you can place components on the page- be it a button, a list, or a Google Maps component. With the Properties panel (on the right) you can control component settings: its padding and margins, text values, size or whatever else.

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