Developing mobile applications for most organizations can be cumbersome and time consuming as the development skills native in most organizations are more suited to traditional web and application development. With this in mind, Ridgehead partners with organizations in order to rapidly develop mobile tools for their users.
Our team of development experts has the requisite skill sets and proficiency in all aspects of mobile app development. This allows us to develop mobile apps that score high on the usability front and successfully achieve client objectives. As a mobile application development company, we have a reputation for building client-oriented solutions.
We support our clients in the development of mobile apps on all the major platforms:
Ridgehead has invested heavily in mobile application development skills. We provide our clients with robust cutting-edge solutions built on either native device-specific development environments or on other leading-edge technologies, such as RWD and HTML5.
Well, HTML5 is the biggest leap forward in web technologies in the last few years. With broad support from Apple, Mozilla, Microsoft, and Google, all the major browsers have rapidly incorporated HTML5 features. Apple Chairman Steve Jobs has said that the world is moving to HTML5 as the open-standard development solution for rich applications. And did you know that HTML5 is now one of the fastest trending searches on technical job sites?
HTML5 changes many aspects of HTML, but most changes are not visible to end-users. These changes include a new content model, a new layout model, and new accessibility features and browsing contexts.
Other features of HTML5 include:
- For users, the highest-impact change in HTML5 is the addition of audio and video tags and an immediate mode 2D bitmap drawing format. HTML5 audio and video tags allow playback without the use of plugins, while canvas supports rich 2D drawings.
- HTML5 removes many of the presentation markup elements that litter earlier HTML specs.
- HTML5 officially eliminates frames except for the <iframe> inline frame.
Other features in the HTML5 spec include drag-and-drop of web content across the application’s canvas, drag-and-drop of files from desktop to application, support for cross-document messaging, persistent content caching directives, and support for user-editable content. The core HTML5 capabilities are, by themselves, a strong foundation upon which to build rich and responsive web content.