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Software is the set of protocols that allow services to be conducted on the physical device. A Software Company develops the entire set of programs, procedures, and routines associated with the operation of a computer system. The term ‘Software’ was coined to differentiate these instructions from hardware—i.e., the physical components of a computer system.

A Software Company can be classified into four main categories:

  • System services
  • Programming services
  • Open source
  • Software as a service (SaaS)

Programming services sector has been the biggest sector and that includes pioneer names such as

  • Apple, Inc.
  • Acumatica, Inc.
  • Deltek, Inc.
  • Epicor Software Corporation
  • International Business Machines Corporation
  • Infor, Inc.
  • Microsoft Corporation
  • NetSuite Inc.
  • Oracle Corporation
  • SAP SE
  • Totvs SA
  • Unit4

Nowadays, Web and App Development which finds its roots in programming or software engineering is in high demand with the surge in usage of the internet, cloud systems, smart phones and other hand-held devices.

Web Development refers in general to the tasks associated with developing websites for hosting via intranet or internet. The Web Development process includes Web Design, Web Content Development, client-side/server-side scripting and network security configuration, among other tasks.

In a broader sense, Web and App Development, web development encompasses all the actions, updates, and operations required to build, maintain and manage a website to ensure its performance, user experience, and speed are optimal.

It might also, but not necessarily, include all those strategic actions needed to ensure its proper ranking on search engine results. Usually, those tasks pertain to a different specialization, namely search engine optimization (SEO). 

Web Development is also known as website development by any software company, while the professionals that maintain a website are called web developers or (more commonly) web devs.

Mobile App Development is the creation of software intended to run on mobile devices and optimized UI/UX to take advantage of those products' unique features and hardware. The types of mobile apps that developers create include: 

  • Native Apps
  • Hybrid Apps
  • HTML5 Apps

The mobile app development business is set to grow to nearly $600 billion in 2020. In the past, app development was limited to selecting single platform like iOS or Android. 

After creating the initial app for one platform, software developers must create another version for a different platform which is a primary requirement to give resources to porting code between each operating system. 

Modern cross-platform app development tools are the recent trends that make business perform well than before for developers and users as well. For example; using development environments like Microsoft's Xamarin or Google's Flutter, software developers can able to create apps that work on every major desktop and other mobile platform.

The growth of the software development industry, including web and app development, is primarily driven by some key factors such as increasing development of IT infrastructure, rapid expansion of IT services companies' and new advances in cloud computing technology. 

For example; America’s software companies are growing at 7.2%, with around 3.1 million jobs from 2016 to 2018 directly created by the software industry. In 2018, the U.S. software industry contributed USD 836 billion to the country's gross domestic product (GDP), with the largest percentage comes from California with nearly USD 225 billion.

Spending in the IT industry witnessed a strong growth of 8.9% in 2019. Furthermore, increasing adoption of digital technologies is another major factor driving the growth of the software development industry.

The software development industry, especially web and app development, has played a vital role in providing digital identities to over 1 billion people in the U.S., which helps in giving services across various industries such as banking, healthcare, and education in a well-organized manner.

Web developers are usually divided into front-end devs, back-end devs, and full-stack devs. A front-end dev takes care of all the visual aspects of the website (layout, navigation bar, etc.), its interactivity, and binds together all its elements.

Backend development professionals take care of less visible tasks that ensure the website runs smoothly, such as managing the website’s hosting services, database, and applications. Backend development professionals might need to engineer solution to server issues by using additional server-side languages such as Python, Ruby, Java, and PHP.

Fullstack development experts are developers able to do both frontend and backend tasks at the same time.

Due to the exploding popularity of smartphones and tablets, mobile application development is an increasingly popular medium of software creation. In fact, mobile apps have become an essential element of most businesses.

This prolific and growing industry has attracted businesses from every corner of the marketplace as consumers detach themselves from desktop computing and turn to their mobile devices.

The mobile app development is much like traditional software development. The end result, however, is software intended to utilize the unique features and hardware of mobile devices. Modern smartphones are equipped with Bluetooth, NFC, gyroscopic sensors, GPS and cameras. They can be used for virtual or augmented reality, barcode scanning, and more. Mobile apps should utilize the full range of smartphone features, which is easier said than done.

With desktop PC software development, programmers must create an application that can operate on a minimum set of hardware. The same goes for mobile applications, though the hardware variances in this instance are much more minimal. At the same time, the hardware in smartphones and tablets doesn't quite match that in laptops and desktop computers, which means mobile apps must be designed to show optimal performance.

For example, a gaming app would be limited in its graphical elements because of the less powerful graphics processors in mobile devices. With that said, cloud computing is making it easier than ever to accomplish mobile gaming. Popular games such as Fortnite, Hearthstone and PUBG connect players across computers, phones and even consoles.

Like desktop software, mobile apps are designed using a wide range of programming languages and frameworks. While the most popular operating systems, iOS and Android, have done an excellent job of standardizing the types of mobile app development available to programmers, apps can still vary. Here are some mobile app types:

Native Apps are the apps created for a specific platform (iOS or Android) using the software development tools and languages supported by those operating systems. iOS uses Xcode Swift and Objective-C, whereas Android uses Android Studio Kotlin and Java. Developers often prefer native apps because of their ability to utilize a device's full potential. With smart home devices becoming more common, developers are creating unique applications that integrate things like wearables, Internet of Things sensors and smart screens for personalized experiences. Of course, development for each platform is a costly and time-consuming process that doesn't work for all businesses.

Hybrid Apps entail the creation of a container developed in the native system that makes it possible to embed an HTML5 app within it. This allows apps to make use of the diverse and unique elements of each native system. Before creating your own branded app, consider utilizing existing apps for greater impact. For example, by using mobile-focused marketing on services such as Yelp, Facebook and Google Maps, you can drive traffic to both your website and brick-and-mortar location.

HTML5 apps are based on the near-universal standards of web technologies – HTML5, JavaScript and CSS – and these mobile apps take a write-once-run-anywhere approach to mobile development. Apps developed in this framework are compatible with many platforms and require only minimal changes to ensure complete functionality on each operating system. HTML5 apps can still send desktop notifications and trigger interactions through email and other avenues. Don't discount web apps' usability, but keep in mind that consumers are more likely to use a native app. A study from Oracle found that millennials spend 90% of their mobile time in apps and 10% in web browsers.

Mobile app development requires access to software development kits (SDKs) that provide a simulated mobile environment for programmers to design and test code. However, creating an app does not require full use of these kits. For example, developers can create mobile games using Unity and then use the Android SDK to ensure its deliverability on mobile devices. Developing apps for iOS requires a paid iOS developer license, whereas the Android SDK is freely available to users.

iOS and Android have similar mobile market shares (47% and 52% respectively), but developing for Apple is somewhat easier in that you don't need to worry about a wide range of devices from different manufacturers. Whichever operating system you choose, however, there are barriers to entry.

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