Sunday, July 8, 2018

RetroCube streamlines mobile app development


When I was tasked to build my employer's first mobile app some years ago, I was faced with a blizzard of questions: What platforms would it run on? What database and programming language would we use to code it? Where would it be hosted?

Today, there are one-stop shops like RetroCube, a mobile app development company that handles those questions and at least a dozen more that clients like me haven't even thought of.

RetroCube says its staff has technical expertise that covers the full range of elements involved in developing applications for the web and handheld devices such as mobile phones and tablets. 

For web-based apps, the company works with Java,, XML and all the permutations of HTML. Its apps can be targeted at iOS or Android devices as well as Windows Phone and even Xamarin. Their database coders wrk with MySQL, Oracle, SQL Azure, BizTalk Server and others and they know how to base apps on cloud servers such as AWS, Azure and SharePony Online.

In addition to creating apps for iOS and Android, RetroCube can also do game development. For all products, the development process moves from the original concept through design and coding to prototype test before reaching the final release stage.

For a closer look at the company's services or for a project price estimate, visit the RetroCube website.


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