Although both the worlds of web development and app development meet the same goal i.e. spreading awareness and utility of the business, they are quite fundamentally different from each other. Web development is establishing and maintaining an organization’s online existence through websites, whereas, app development is all about creating and maintaining convenient mobile apps for the business!
Web development is the continuous loop of designing, developing, and maintaining websites through consistent development and deployment! Web design, content management, web programming, as well as database management are all included. The process is all about the development of an internet-based application, such as a website.
Further, web development can be classified into frontend development and backend development! The development process of the front face of a website with which the user directly interacts is referred to as the front end. It is also known as the application’s “client side.” Whereas, the server side of a webpage is referred to as the backend. It is that section of the concerned website that users wouldn’t see and interact with. It is that part of the software that has no direct contact with users. Instead, it is used to organize and store data.
Simply stated, app development refers to the process of developing an application for use on smartphones, tablets, as well as other mobile devices. While app development may occasionally include the creation of a web-based app or a desktop version of that application, the vast majority of app development productions are deployed to mobile phones and tablets.
The app development includes basically three types of apps i.e. Native Apps (Android and iOS Apps), Hybrid Apps (Apps running on both platforms), and PWA – Progressive Web Apps (Progressive app versions of web apps)!
Both departments vary a lot when it comes to the requirement of skill sets for app development and web development. Here’s a simple and straightforward list of primary roles and skill sets that developers must possess when going for these two departments!
A technology stack is a set of programming languages as well as software products used to build mobile or web applications. When one overlay of an application is built on top of another, a stack is formed. The majority of mobile app technology stacks include two software elements: client-side and server-side. These are also referred to as the front end and back end.
Tech stacks used by web development and app development teams may meet at some point in their operations, but, there are primary tech stacks distinguished for the web developers and the app developers. Here’s the list for primary tech stacks of app development and web development.
Specifying a tech stack for any development process is a very diplomatfic state. Because, neither the development team nor the client team can predict the tech stack requisite without being able to analyze the project needs. For some projects, it may be just some basic features like the content, UI-UX, and basic transitions, But for others, it may be a lot of additional features like API integrations and third-party integrations, making the project more complex.
The specific product, market deadlines, competition, regulatory requirements, affordability of developers, existing team level of expertise, available development tools, cost of licenses and support, target audience preferences, the age and size of your company, and other factors will largely influence the technology selection.
But, when it comes to the primary tech stacks used by Antino as a leading mobile app development company, Flutter, Django, React Native, Reactjs, and Swift are among the undeniable and unparalleled technologies!
Our expertise, commitment to client satisfaction, and dedication to staying at the forefront of technology make us an ideal partner for your Web and App Development Projects. With a focus on customization, quality, and user-centric design, we can transform your ideas into successful digital solutions.