Mobile SDK, an essential in the creation of awesome mobile apps!.
Democracy isn’t only about politics. It’s also an animal thing in that it almost mirrors the growth and evolution of humans into higher forms with the aid of available tools to do things better. Speaking of doing things better, it’s visible in almost every human endeavour, including the creation and propagation of software.
In the beginning very few knew or had any clue on how to develop software which took its time to reach the grassroots. Evolution and needs brought about mobile sdk development, short for ‘Software Development Kits” which while making things simpler and easy, also helps reduce the need for going back and forth and thus helps save time and money. In the process, SDKs have opened the field of software creation, and more particularly apps, to everyone who has even an iota of knowledge of software or otherwise have great ideas which can be converted to great apps.
As to why SDKs make sense:
Nothing can be missed out
A well-built SDK always has a particular order of doing things which essentially starts with understanding and documenting needs. With its share of inbuilt libraries, proprietary documents, requisite subject-wise coding and guides, it helps create water-tight apps that besides being complete in most essential respects, also integrate well with other API, SDKs and apps.
Faster & more robust app creation
With things falling in place from the very beginning, and the chances of trial-and-error being reduced drastically, one gets robust apps right from the word go. Things thus happen fast with very little room for errors or mistakes. Quality SDKs thus make the work of app creation very effective and efficient, besides helping speed-up the process of overall software development and receipts.
Better integration with other apps
Well-formulated SDKs take care of not only the creation of feature-rich apps with the right UX and UI but in doing so take care of properly integrating it with the main android/ ios systems installed in most gadgets. Apps that do not go thru well-defined apps run the risk of either hurting the mother app or having itself mutilated by the features of the larger apps. With more than a single app having to be synced to get the right effect, integration is very, very essential.
Better reporting of issues while creating app and later
Most SDKs have well-defined documentation that record issues that may arise either during development or even later which invariably helps fine-tune the app after its creation to attain the perfect state.