Upcoming Application Development Trends

August 22, 2014

Information technology is progressing by leaps and bounds. In the same way, Application Development sector is also advancing in such a way that if one trend ends, other emerges automatically. A deep analysis is going on about these ongoing application development trends which we have described here:

Look at the Trends in Application Development

  • Use of HTML 5 for Mobile and Desktop Supremacy: HTML5 represents the next progressive step against higher interaction between the systems and the organizations, rendering a systematic process of writing codes for complex web applications. Considering cross platform mobile applications, HTML5 is loaded with features developed to be used on PCs, smartphones, tablets, etc.

    Considering the native apps, these are known as locally installed applications that are framed to work on a specific environment such as application designed to run specifically on PC only and some designed solely for tablets etc. Native applications can run without the need of any browser.

  • Emergence of Cloud Computing: Application developers consider this as a very useful tool that generates lots of opportunities. Today, several people have access to cloud computing and its applications via Computer, mobile application or any web browser.

    Application data is stored on a server that reduces the task of installing it at each and every place. It means it is a single server that can be accessed anywhere and everywhere. Along with this, cloud computing shares a lot of other features such as Autonomic Computing, client server model, main frame computers and peer to peer framework.

  • NOSQL and other Relational Databases: A database that doesn’t utilize SQL language is known as NOSQL. Like as other RDBMS (relational database management systems) NOSQL also uses key and value mappings, it also allows users to define keys & values. Data formats of less importance to NOSQL.

    NOSQL offers various query methods such as Key/value look up, JavaScript programming language etc. Even though, it is in its early development stages, NOSQL has huge possibilities that replace certain features of SQL language.

  • Development in user interfaces: As we can see, technology is growing by leaps and bounds; there are huge advancements in user interfaces of desktop and mobile technologies. Still, research is going on to improve consumer oriented interfaces such as touch, voice, gesture etc.

    Such UI’s can fully increase the potential of software products in the market.

  • GPU computing for business applications: Apart from visually appealing applications, there are few of that are not used practically. Time is very near for those monotonous business applications to be vanished from the market. Software developers are now identifying various ways of framing applications with different features that make those business apps more interactive and intuitive.

The applications market seems to have enormous number of applications arriving and vanishing a day to day basis. This is a bitter truth that we all have to face in the world of application development. Trends may have a short life yet they are highly useful for business applications and users get benefitted from these trends as every trend has an aim to provide proper functionality to the end user.

Wrap Up

Application developers at Softqube technologies love to implement latest trends in each and every application they are developing. We offer cost-effective custom applications development solutions, so get in touch with us today!!

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Nitin Suvagiya

He is working with Softqube Technologies as Director, since 2009. He has over 15+ years of experience in Microsoft Technologies, working as a CEO and also providing consultation in DevOps as he is DevOps certified. He has good expertise in UX/UI designing in any application.

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