sannacode

Where vision becomes reality

We make web and mobile products that meet demand and exceed expectation. With expertise in every step of the creation process, our team has the talent and focus to create customized solutions that fit your needs

About

Sannacode is a full-service, multi-disciplinary company that specializes in web and mobile design and development.

We design, develop, test and maintain digital products ranging from web, mobile, games and wearable technologies. With headquarters in Kyiv and Boston, Sannacode has had tremendous success working with companies in every continent around the world. Our team has the talent and focus to bring clarity to your vision and create customized solutions that fit your needs. We offer a combined 30+ years of experience in design, development and testing. Whatever type of your project is, we are here to guide you every step of the way.

Join our ever-growing list of satisfied clients. There isn't a project that's too small or too big for us. Don't be shy. Get in touch!

  • 2013

    Year of founding

  • 100+

    Projects developed

  • 40%

    Clients return rate

  • 60+

    Developers

  • Kyiv

    Ukraine office location

  • 10m+

    People use our products

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Our main office is located in Kyiv, Ukraine. All our in-house specialists work here. However, we successfully work with companies from the UK, USA, Europe, Israel, Australia and other countries around the world. Thanks to an effective project management, flexible work schedule, English-speaking specialists and modern communication tools, we can work well with any company without tying it to geolocation.

Sannacode was founded by IT Managers with more than 12-years experience in software products development field. Our specialists have worked with such companies as Avid, Samsung, Telcordia/Ericsson, Kyivstar, Chrysler, Digi, PocketBook, Borjomi, McDonalds, PWC, Monster and will bring all the best holding expertise to your products and business.

Our field of expertise includes:

  • CRM, business & enterprise apps and platforms

  • Automotive/Taxi/Delivery

  • FMCG & Retail

  • e-Learning

  • Games & Entertainment

  • Healthcare, Wearable Devices

  • Smart Offices, Internet of Things

  • Dating

  • Social

  • HoReCa

In addition, we have a great product ownership experience.

Sannacode is looking for an individual approach to each client. We are trying to make the process of cooperation comfortable for both parties. Our team choose the best time for meetings and calls, having previously agreed with you. And thanks to the Agile methodology, you can follow the progress of the project at any time.
We work from 09:00 AM to 07:00 PM UTC+3 (EEST)/ UTC+2 (EET), Monday-Friday

There are no small or large projects for us. Our goal is to help any business and startups turn their ideas into reality by web and mobile app developing. We have cool cases in: Business; Automotive, Taxi, Delivery; Retail, HoReCa; e-Learning; Entertainment; Healthcare; IoT; Dating; Social. You can see its in our portfolio. We focus on whether we can help to solve your business challenges and create a great product.

So, if you have great ideas, tap request a project and we will try to offer you solution.

We use the Agile approach and time tracking, which help control the workflow and adhere to deadlines.

We divide any project into sprints, assigning each of them a specific deadline. Next, we hold daily meetings to discuss the results of the previous day. Such flexible approach allows us to quickly identify errors and make decisions, constantly improve the product, receive better code in the shortest possible time, and ultimately deliver the project on time.

Before starting work on the project, we individually discuss the terms of payment with each client.

Usually, we take a prepayment before starting work.

Further, we split project into sprints. Each sprint begins once a client is satisfied with a previous sprint’s work, and payment is received for it.

In the case of hourly work or dedicated team, you pay for work once a period, for example, once every 2 weeks or a month.

Prepayment is deducted from the last payment. After last payment is processed we grant customers source to their product while it is in development so they can contribute content as needed.

We have a standard NDA that we can sign with you to you sharing any of your ideas. This is the best option to ensure your idea is secure when approaching us for a quote.

Cyber security and protection of customer data is a top priority at Sannacode. We meet the obligations set out in the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The regulation addresses how company collects, process, use and protect personal data.

Terms of Use (Data Processing Agreement) comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and customers who have accepted those are covered.

Everything that we build will be 100% owned by you. Most of our clients stay with us for the life of the website. Our team is just irresistible that way. But if for any reason you decide you want to move your site to another hosting service or independently maintain your site, we will happily assist you in making the transition as effortlessly and efficiently as possible. The website is yours after all, and we want you to take it wherever you go.

To get started, fill out the Request the project form and our managers will contact you to discuss all the details.

The cost of a website depends on many factors, such as: what services you need, what frameworks and languages will be used, number of pages, time will be needed for development, design complexity, necessary functionality, etc. We devote an individual approach to each client and are ready to offer a solution within your budget.

If you have a project idea, you can calculate the estimated cost of your site using our calculator.

This is a question we get asked all the time and unfortunately the answer is: it varies. Some sites can take months of design and development; others can take a few weeks. Every business has unique requirements and every customer has different objectives. It’s hard for us to guess, so we tend not to. 

If you have the project idea, you can request a project and we will send you a development time.

Yes. We use responsive web design, which creates a system that allows one site to respond and adapt to the size of the user's device. The responsive website creates using a layout with a flexible layout that adjusts to the screen size of the device.

In fact, thanks to adaptive layout, your website will look great and work well both on a desktop computer (or laptop), on a tablet, and in a smartphone’s browser.

Yes. We want to provide a high-quality product to our customers, therefore we always offer mobile friendly website development.

We create designs according to your requirements and budget. You can choose custom or template design.
Before creating the website design, you fill out a brief and we discuss your color and stylistic preferences. Then we create a site prototype, and after its approval, we proceed to the design development.
At each stage of design development, before its approval, you can express your wishes and make changes.

No, but we can help with the choice of hosting and configure it.

We use most modern technologies that have a bright future. Specific technologies are PHP, MySQL, React.js, HTML, etc. You can see all the technologies on the Web Development page.

Open-source technologies are cost-effective and supported by the community of developers worldwide. Nevertheless, we can accommodate your technology preference based on your requirements.

Static websites consist of immutable pages. When requesting such a site in a browser, the server immediately provides the finished HTML document in original form, which it was created. In addition to HTML, only CSS and JavaScript are used in the code of such pages, which ensures their ease and quick loading. Often, there are static websites with a minimum number of pages or with content that does not need to be regularly updated, namely business card sites, product catalogs, and technical documentation directories.

Dynamic websites have mutable pages that adapt to a specific user. Such pages are not ready-made on the server, but are collected anew for each new request. First, the server finds the desired document and sends it to the interpreter, which executes the code from the HTML document and checks against the files and database. After that, the document is returned to the server and then displayed in the browser. To interpret the pages on the server side, the programming languages ​​Java, PHP, ASP and others are used. The most striking examples of dynamic sites are pages created on the basis of CMS. Among them, most often there are online stores, as well as forums, pages with reviews and other resources with the ability to post content to visitors.

Cloud services are programs and platforms that are hosted and run on the servers of cloud providers. The main feature of cloud apps is that by creating an account on such a platform, a person will be able to access their own information from any gadget anywhere in the world. To do this, you need to sing up with a username and password. Using cloud services is not only convenient, but also safe. Even if something happens to your phone or computer, your data will not disappear.

The situation is similar with business. The principle of operation of cloud platforms is quite simple. Cloud storage is provided to the user in the required amount, paid upon the fact of use and eliminates the need to buy your own IT infrastructure for data storage and manage it. This provides flexibility, fast scalability and reliability. For example, storing 1C in cloud storage is much safer than on a server located under a table in the office. The server may fail, catch a virus, or even disappear. And during the period of mass sales of goods, the owner of an online store will be able to simply order more resources from a cloud provider and not worry that the site will “lie down”.

There are more than ten models for providing cloud services. Cloud operators distinguish three of the most common of them:

IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service - infrastructure as a service) - providing the customer with the lease of computing resources in the form of a virtual infrastructure.

PaaS (Platform as a Service) - the client receives a full-fledged virtual platform with various tools and services.

SaaS (Software as a Service) - the client receives at his disposal certain software products via the Internet.

Our website testing specialists use such types as:

  • Functional Testing. One of the important and indispensable types of testing. The most important rule of functional testing is the correct calculation of functions. Usually we check the functions of searching and buying goods, placing an order; navigation authentication forms; adding, deleting, editing goods, order, etc.
  • UX testing is a type of testing that allows us to evaluate the usability of a site. The main objective of testing the site’s usability is to create a site design on which the user can easily find and purchase goods, find the necessary information, and at the same time, nothing prevents him.
  • Performance testing. Load testing of the site is checked in most cases by special programs. This gives a chance to check how the site will work under a certain load.
  • Testing the user interface (UI testing) is testing the graphical user interface, which involves checking the site for compliance with the requirements for the graphical interface, whether it looks professional, whether it is made in the same style.
  • Security testing is a test for the vulnerability of different types of attacks.

Yes of course. You can edit and update your site at any time, even after it has been launched.

The cost of developing applications for iOS or Android is determined by two main criteria.

The first criterion is the performer. For example, if you live in the USA and order the mobile app development from local developers, then its cost will be 2-3 times higher than if specialists from Eastern Europe were engaged in it.

The second criterion is the app complexity. The more functionality and the more difficult it is to implement, the more expensive the application will cost.

If you have project idea, you can calculate cost of your application using our calculator.

The mobile app development process for iOS, Android and other platforms consists of several stages. Timing at each stage may be different depending on the complexity of each particular case.

  1. Free cost estimate (3-5 days)

  2. Detailed study of the problem, analysis of the market and competitors (5-7 days)

  3. Prototyping. Writing technical specifications (5-15 days)

  4. Design (5-15 days)

  5. Programming (18-60+ days)

  6. Testing (5-10 days)

If you have project idea, you can request a project and we will send you a development deadline.

Do you have a project idea? Сlick on "Request a project" and we will send you the exact deadlines.
Yes, if you have the budget flexibility; you should consider developing specialized iPad and tablet versions of the app.

With each OS update, first of all, you need to test the application. You can do it manually or order a testing service from us.

Perhaps the updates will not be significant and will not affect the operation of your app.

If it turns out that the app began to work badly or revealed new bugs, then we will offer you a quick solution.

Unfortunately, in an ever-changing environment and conditions of high competition, you cannot release the application once and never update it again. The reality is that you should regularly update your app to keep it functional and fresh.

At the start of mobile app development, you need to consider how often you will update your application. You can focus on user reviews, new trends, changes in competitors, you can add new features, fix bugs and make monthly updates all at once.

For example, when on September 12, 2017 Apple presented a new iPhone X model with a frameless screen and a distinctive bang, then all app developers on iOS had to quickly update their applications in order to stay on the market.

The good news is that most updates don’t require much time and money and we are always ready to help you with this.

We are developing mobile applications on iOS, Android and cross-platform solutions on Flutter.

You can click Request a project and we’ll gladly tell you which platform is best for you.

Native applications are developed for the platform in their own language. Both iOS and Android have their own SDKs and technology stack, tied to a specific programming language. For example, the native languages ​​for Android are Java and Kotlin, for iOS are Swift and Objective-C.

Cross-platform involves the creation of apps that can run on various operating systems. After writing the application code, it can be used on different devices and platforms without worrying about incompatibility issues. This is a universal approach that is widely used to save development time and money. Often specialized cross-platform frameworks such as Flutter are used for this.

If you immediately need to reach a larger audience and the app’s functionality is not complicated, it’s easier and cheaper to use a cross-platform approach. If your mobile app needs to use the specific features of the platform, while there is no need for the simultaneous presence of both the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store, develop a native application for the chosen platform. And if your successes show you that you can capture a new market - you will already have funds for development for the second platform. 

Building a mobile application involves 9 main steps. Some of them are done in days, and some after 3 months may still be in the process of work. Some steps can be performed in parallel, and some only in sequence. The number of steps in app development depends on the size of the project and the existing input to it.

  1. The choice of communication channel. Since there will be a lot of communication, you need to decide on the communication channel. For example, choose mail for the more official part of the correspondence (exchange of documents, reports, coordination of stages) and WhatsApp as quick communication (a substitute for constant offline meetings).

  2. Formation of functional requirements. In order to get a correct estimate of the cost and terms of mobile application development, functional requirements are required, which are formed in the process of dialogue with the contractor.

  3. Coordination and signing of the contract. These documents will clearly describe the essence of the product being created, which will also serve as a guarantee of implementation and copyright protection for the product being created.

  4. UI/UX prototype. At this stage, you need to reproduce the basic logic of the app and distribute the functionality across the screens.

  5. UI/UX design. When the prototype phase is completed, on the basis of the brand book or the choice of certain color schemes, all mobile app screens and their graphic elements (logo, icon, pictures, font, animation) are drawn.

  6. Server side development. It is extremely important here from the very beginning to thoroughly work out the architecture of client-server interaction and determine the technology stack.

  7. Client side development. A separate application is being developed for each mobile platform. Each platform also has other types of devices for which you can also make your own application, and naturally these devices have their own OS. And the larger your project will be, the more complex and voluminous it will be in implementation.

  8. QA testing. This is an extremely important work that must be carried out at every stage of mobile application development. The timely implementation period also depends on the timely detection of bugs and inconsistencies.

  9. Mobile application release. In addition to compiling the version, you also need to prepare information for publication. This process is very important for highlighting a mobile application among competitors, as well as for search engine optimization in application stores and search engines.

All improvements and changes after delivery require the preparation of a separate technical task. After that, we will calculate the cost and deadlines of the changes.

We use the Java and Kotlin languages for native apps on Android. Our Android developers build mobile apps using such frameworks as Firebase, Socket.io, Branch.io, OneSignal, Lottie, RxJava, Retrofit and Glide.

iOS developers use Swift and Objective-C native languages and Firebase, Socket.io, Branch.io, OneSignal, Lottie, Alamfire, Kingfisher and SnapKit frameworks.

We create cross-platform applications using Flutter.

If you want an application that will be compatible with all devices, then we recommend to choose Flutter mobile app development. Cross-platform app can be beneficial if you are creating a demo version of the application, limited in terms, money and narrow-profile specialists. In all other cases, the native app will give you more advantages, since this is a qualitatively different level of development.

Yes, we can build a mobile application using your design. We discuss each project and find an individual solution that will help the client’s business.

Do you have a finished design, but you can not decide on the developers? Click “Request a project” and we will provide you with an individual offer.

We can individually discuss the conditions for continuing cooperation after launching the application. You can contact us with specific tasks as needed or we can offer ongoing support for your application.

We break down the development process into sprints and you get results at every stage. You can also participate in our internal meetings.

We use all available tools to keep in touch with customers. You can choose a convenient way of communication for you, any messenger, video meetings, calls or mail.

We use a structural approach according to the Scrum methodology. Scrum-approach divides the workflow into equal sprints - usually these are periods from a week to a month, depending on the project and the team. Before the sprint, tasks for this sprint are formulated, at the end, the results are discussed, and the team starts a new sprint. Sprints are very convenient to compare with each other, which allows you to manage work efficiency.

Agile is a series of approaches to software development focused on the use of interactive development, the dynamic formation of requirements and ensuring their implementation as a result of constant interaction within self-organizing working groups consisting of specialists in various fields.

The main metric of Agile methods is a working product. Preferring direct communication, agile methods reduce the amount of written documentation compared to other methods

Key ideas:

  • people and interaction are more important than processes and tools;

  • working product is more important than comprehensive documentation;

  • cooperation with the customer is more important than agreement on the terms of the contract;

  • readiness for change is more important than following the original plan.

Before starting cooperation, we choose a convenient way of communication with you. For example, E-mail for official applications (technical documentation, reports, edits) and WhatsApp for quick communication (holding meetings, discussions).

For work we use Viber, WhatsApp, Telegram, Slack, Zoom, Hangouts, Skype, E-mail, etc.

Our main office is located in Kyiv, Ukraine. All our in-house specialists work here. However, we successfully work with companies from the UK, USA, Europe, Israel, Australia and other countries around the world. Thanks to an effective project management, flexible work schedule, English-speaking specialists and modern communication tools, we can work well with any company without tying it to geolocation.

Sannacode was founded by IT Managers with more than 12-years experience in software products development field. Our specialists have worked with such companies as Avid, Samsung, Telcordia/Ericsson, Kyivstar, Chrysler, Digi, PocketBook, Borjomi, McDonalds, PWC, Monster and will bring all the best holding expertise to your products and business.

Our field of expertise includes:

  • CRM, business & enterprise apps and platforms

  • Automotive/Taxi/Delivery

  • FMCG & Retail

  • e-Learning

  • Games & Entertainment

  • Healthcare, Wearable Devices

  • Smart Offices, Internet of Things

  • Dating

  • Social

  • HoReCa

In addition, we have a great product ownership experience.

Sannacode is looking for an individual approach to each client. We are trying to make the process of cooperation comfortable for both parties. Our team choose the best time for meetings and calls, having previously agreed with you. And thanks to the Agile methodology, you can follow the progress of the project at any time.
We work from 09:00 AM to 07:00 PM UTC+3 (EEST)/ UTC+2 (EET), Monday-Friday

There are no small or large projects for us. Our goal is to help any business and startups turn their ideas into reality by web and mobile app developing. We have cool cases in: Business; Automotive, Taxi, Delivery; Retail, HoReCa; e-Learning; Entertainment; Healthcare; IoT; Dating; Social. You can see its in our portfolio. We focus on whether we can help to solve your business challenges and create a great product.

So, if you have great ideas, tap request a project and we will try to offer you solution.

We use the Agile approach and time tracking, which help control the workflow and adhere to deadlines.

We divide any project into sprints, assigning each of them a specific deadline. Next, we hold daily meetings to discuss the results of the previous day. Such flexible approach allows us to quickly identify errors and make decisions, constantly improve the product, receive better code in the shortest possible time, and ultimately deliver the project on time.

Before starting work on the project, we individually discuss the terms of payment with each client.

Usually, we take a prepayment before starting work.

Further, we split project into sprints. Each sprint begins once a client is satisfied with a previous sprint’s work, and payment is received for it.

In the case of hourly work or dedicated team, you pay for work once a period, for example, once every 2 weeks or a month.

Prepayment is deducted from the last payment. After last payment is processed we grant customers source to their product while it is in development so they can contribute content as needed.

We have a standard NDA that we can sign with you to you sharing any of your ideas. This is the best option to ensure your idea is secure when approaching us for a quote.

Cyber security and protection of customer data is a top priority at Sannacode. We meet the obligations set out in the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The regulation addresses how company collects, process, use and protect personal data.

Terms of Use (Data Processing Agreement) comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and customers who have accepted those are covered.

Everything that we build will be 100% owned by you. Most of our clients stay with us for the life of the website. Our team is just irresistible that way. But if for any reason you decide you want to move your site to another hosting service or independently maintain your site, we will happily assist you in making the transition as effortlessly and efficiently as possible. The website is yours after all, and we want you to take it wherever you go.

To get started, fill out the Request the project form and our managers will contact you to discuss all the details.

The cost of a website depends on many factors, such as: what services you need, what frameworks and languages will be used, number of pages, time will be needed for development, design complexity, necessary functionality, etc. We devote an individual approach to each client and are ready to offer a solution within your budget.

If you have a project idea, you can calculate the estimated cost of your site using our calculator.

This is a question we get asked all the time and unfortunately the answer is: it varies. Some sites can take months of design and development; others can take a few weeks. Every business has unique requirements and every customer has different objectives. It’s hard for us to guess, so we tend not to. 

If you have the project idea, you can request a project and we will send you a development time.

Yes. We use responsive web design, which creates a system that allows one site to respond and adapt to the size of the user's device. The responsive website creates using a layout with a flexible layout that adjusts to the screen size of the device.

In fact, thanks to adaptive layout, your website will look great and work well both on a desktop computer (or laptop), on a tablet, and in a smartphone’s browser.

Yes. We want to provide a high-quality product to our customers, therefore we always offer mobile friendly website development.

We create designs according to your requirements and budget. You can choose custom or template design.
Before creating the website design, you fill out a brief and we discuss your color and stylistic preferences. Then we create a site prototype, and after its approval, we proceed to the design development.
At each stage of design development, before its approval, you can express your wishes and make changes.

No, but we can help with the choice of hosting and configure it.

We use most modern technologies that have a bright future. Specific technologies are PHP, MySQL, React.js, HTML, etc. You can see all the technologies on the Web Development page.

Open-source technologies are cost-effective and supported by the community of developers worldwide. Nevertheless, we can accommodate your technology preference based on your requirements.

Static websites consist of immutable pages. When requesting such a site in a browser, the server immediately provides the finished HTML document in original form, which it was created. In addition to HTML, only CSS and JavaScript are used in the code of such pages, which ensures their ease and quick loading. Often, there are static websites with a minimum number of pages or with content that does not need to be regularly updated, namely business card sites, product catalogs, and technical documentation directories.

Dynamic websites have mutable pages that adapt to a specific user. Such pages are not ready-made on the server, but are collected anew for each new request. First, the server finds the desired document and sends it to the interpreter, which executes the code from the HTML document and checks against the files and database. After that, the document is returned to the server and then displayed in the browser. To interpret the pages on the server side, the programming languages ​​Java, PHP, ASP and others are used. The most striking examples of dynamic sites are pages created on the basis of CMS. Among them, most often there are online stores, as well as forums, pages with reviews and other resources with the ability to post content to visitors.

Cloud services are programs and platforms that are hosted and run on the servers of cloud providers. The main feature of cloud apps is that by creating an account on such a platform, a person will be able to access their own information from any gadget anywhere in the world. To do this, you need to sing up with a username and password. Using cloud services is not only convenient, but also safe. Even if something happens to your phone or computer, your data will not disappear.

The situation is similar with business. The principle of operation of cloud platforms is quite simple. Cloud storage is provided to the user in the required amount, paid upon the fact of use and eliminates the need to buy your own IT infrastructure for data storage and manage it. This provides flexibility, fast scalability and reliability. For example, storing 1C in cloud storage is much safer than on a server located under a table in the office. The server may fail, catch a virus, or even disappear. And during the period of mass sales of goods, the owner of an online store will be able to simply order more resources from a cloud provider and not worry that the site will “lie down”.

There are more than ten models for providing cloud services. Cloud operators distinguish three of the most common of them:

IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service - infrastructure as a service) - providing the customer with the lease of computing resources in the form of a virtual infrastructure.

PaaS (Platform as a Service) - the client receives a full-fledged virtual platform with various tools and services.

SaaS (Software as a Service) - the client receives at his disposal certain software products via the Internet.

Our website testing specialists use such types as:

  • Functional Testing. One of the important and indispensable types of testing. The most important rule of functional testing is the correct calculation of functions. Usually we check the functions of searching and buying goods, placing an order; navigation authentication forms; adding, deleting, editing goods, order, etc.
  • UX testing is a type of testing that allows us to evaluate the usability of a site. The main objective of testing the site’s usability is to create a site design on which the user can easily find and purchase goods, find the necessary information, and at the same time, nothing prevents him.
  • Performance testing. Load testing of the site is checked in most cases by special programs. This gives a chance to check how the site will work under a certain load.
  • Testing the user interface (UI testing) is testing the graphical user interface, which involves checking the site for compliance with the requirements for the graphical interface, whether it looks professional, whether it is made in the same style.
  • Security testing is a test for the vulnerability of different types of attacks.

Yes of course. You can edit and update your site at any time, even after it has been launched.

The cost of developing applications for iOS or Android is determined by two main criteria.

The first criterion is the performer. For example, if you live in the USA and order the mobile app development from local developers, then its cost will be 2-3 times higher than if specialists from Eastern Europe were engaged in it.

The second criterion is the app complexity. The more functionality and the more difficult it is to implement, the more expensive the application will cost.

If you have project idea, you can calculate cost of your application using our calculator.

The mobile app development process for iOS, Android and other platforms consists of several stages. Timing at each stage may be different depending on the complexity of each particular case.

  1. Free cost estimate (3-5 days)

  2. Detailed study of the problem, analysis of the market and competitors (5-7 days)

  3. Prototyping. Writing technical specifications (5-15 days)

  4. Design (5-15 days)

  5. Programming (18-60+ days)

  6. Testing (5-10 days)

If you have project idea, you can request a project and we will send you a development deadline.

Do you have a project idea? Сlick on "Request a project" and we will send you the exact deadlines.
Yes, if you have the budget flexibility; you should consider developing specialized iPad and tablet versions of the app.

With each OS update, first of all, you need to test the application. You can do it manually or order a testing service from us.

Perhaps the updates will not be significant and will not affect the operation of your app.

If it turns out that the app began to work badly or revealed new bugs, then we will offer you a quick solution.

Unfortunately, in an ever-changing environment and conditions of high competition, you cannot release the application once and never update it again. The reality is that you should regularly update your app to keep it functional and fresh.

At the start of mobile app development, you need to consider how often you will update your application. You can focus on user reviews, new trends, changes in competitors, you can add new features, fix bugs and make monthly updates all at once.

For example, when on September 12, 2017 Apple presented a new iPhone X model with a frameless screen and a distinctive bang, then all app developers on iOS had to quickly update their applications in order to stay on the market.

The good news is that most updates don’t require much time and money and we are always ready to help you with this.

We are developing mobile applications on iOS, Android and cross-platform solutions on Flutter.

You can click Request a project and we’ll gladly tell you which platform is best for you.

Native applications are developed for the platform in their own language. Both iOS and Android have their own SDKs and technology stack, tied to a specific programming language. For example, the native languages ​​for Android are Java and Kotlin, for iOS are Swift and Objective-C.

Cross-platform involves the creation of apps that can run on various operating systems. After writing the application code, it can be used on different devices and platforms without worrying about incompatibility issues. This is a universal approach that is widely used to save development time and money. Often specialized cross-platform frameworks such as Flutter are used for this.

If you immediately need to reach a larger audience and the app’s functionality is not complicated, it’s easier and cheaper to use a cross-platform approach. If your mobile app needs to use the specific features of the platform, while there is no need for the simultaneous presence of both the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store, develop a native application for the chosen platform. And if your successes show you that you can capture a new market - you will already have funds for development for the second platform. 

Building a mobile application involves 9 main steps. Some of them are done in days, and some after 3 months may still be in the process of work. Some steps can be performed in parallel, and some only in sequence. The number of steps in app development depends on the size of the project and the existing input to it.

  1. The choice of communication channel. Since there will be a lot of communication, you need to decide on the communication channel. For example, choose mail for the more official part of the correspondence (exchange of documents, reports, coordination of stages) and WhatsApp as quick communication (a substitute for constant offline meetings).

  2. Formation of functional requirements. In order to get a correct estimate of the cost and terms of mobile application development, functional requirements are required, which are formed in the process of dialogue with the contractor.

  3. Coordination and signing of the contract. These documents will clearly describe the essence of the product being created, which will also serve as a guarantee of implementation and copyright protection for the product being created.

  4. UI/UX prototype. At this stage, you need to reproduce the basic logic of the app and distribute the functionality across the screens.

  5. UI/UX design. When the prototype phase is completed, on the basis of the brand book or the choice of certain color schemes, all mobile app screens and their graphic elements (logo, icon, pictures, font, animation) are drawn.

  6. Server side development. It is extremely important here from the very beginning to thoroughly work out the architecture of client-server interaction and determine the technology stack.

  7. Client side development. A separate application is being developed for each mobile platform. Each platform also has other types of devices for which you can also make your own application, and naturally these devices have their own OS. And the larger your project will be, the more complex and voluminous it will be in implementation.

  8. QA testing. This is an extremely important work that must be carried out at every stage of mobile application development. The timely implementation period also depends on the timely detection of bugs and inconsistencies.

  9. Mobile application release. In addition to compiling the version, you also need to prepare information for publication. This process is very important for highlighting a mobile application among competitors, as well as for search engine optimization in application stores and search engines.

All improvements and changes after delivery require the preparation of a separate technical task. After that, we will calculate the cost and deadlines of the changes.

We use the Java and Kotlin languages for native apps on Android. Our Android developers build mobile apps using such frameworks as Firebase, Socket.io, Branch.io, OneSignal, Lottie, RxJava, Retrofit and Glide.

iOS developers use Swift and Objective-C native languages and Firebase, Socket.io, Branch.io, OneSignal, Lottie, Alamfire, Kingfisher and SnapKit frameworks.

We create cross-platform applications using Flutter.

If you want an application that will be compatible with all devices, then we recommend to choose Flutter mobile app development. Cross-platform app can be beneficial if you are creating a demo version of the application, limited in terms, money and narrow-profile specialists. In all other cases, the native app will give you more advantages, since this is a qualitatively different level of development.

Yes, we can build a mobile application using your design. We discuss each project and find an individual solution that will help the client’s business.

Do you have a finished design, but you can not decide on the developers? Click “Request a project” and we will provide you with an individual offer.

We can individually discuss the conditions for continuing cooperation after launching the application. You can contact us with specific tasks as needed or we can offer ongoing support for your application.

We break down the development process into sprints and you get results at every stage. You can also participate in our internal meetings.

We use all available tools to keep in touch with customers. You can choose a convenient way of communication for you, any messenger, video meetings, calls or mail.

We use a structural approach according to the Scrum methodology. Scrum-approach divides the workflow into equal sprints - usually these are periods from a week to a month, depending on the project and the team. Before the sprint, tasks for this sprint are formulated, at the end, the results are discussed, and the team starts a new sprint. Sprints are very convenient to compare with each other, which allows you to manage work efficiency.

Agile is a series of approaches to software development focused on the use of interactive development, the dynamic formation of requirements and ensuring their implementation as a result of constant interaction within self-organizing working groups consisting of specialists in various fields.

The main metric of Agile methods is a working product. Preferring direct communication, agile methods reduce the amount of written documentation compared to other methods

Key ideas:

  • people and interaction are more important than processes and tools;

  • working product is more important than comprehensive documentation;

  • cooperation with the customer is more important than agreement on the terms of the contract;

  • readiness for change is more important than following the original plan.

Before starting cooperation, we choose a convenient way of communication with you. For example, E-mail for official applications (technical documentation, reports, edits) and WhatsApp for quick communication (holding meetings, discussions).

For work we use Viber, WhatsApp, Telegram, Slack, Zoom, Hangouts, Skype, E-mail, etc.

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