In information technology, the user interface (UI) is everything designed into an information device with which a person may interact. This can include display screens, keyboards, a mouse and the appearance of a desktop. It is also the way through which a user interacts with an application or a website.
The cross-platform development has one vulnerability. It is the framework itself that is used for development. If such framework is bad a project will be bad. Thus, it is critically important to use a sustainable and time-proven solution.
The Qt development framework presents a rich set of tools for the creation of cross platform applications with an advanced UI. The framework supports all popular desktop and mobile operating systems and shares 5th-6th place in a global non-official rating of all cross platform and hybrid toolchains for desktop and mobile development.
The success of one our recent projects depended on how quick authentication for new users was. The aim of our application was to connect users for non-business communication. Because the project was directed at casual consumers, the more simple we could make the sign-up and login procedures, the more users could register, leading to faster acquisition.
What could be easier than to find ready-to-use solution for messaging? But when you try to analyze these solutions many of them appear to be unsuitable for your needs. Especially if the demand is to build communication between more than 10,000 users at one moment. We made a research that include 4 the most serious and,… Read More »
It’s nice to remember that the UI is the part with which a user actually interacts and he won’t be able to (or wouldn’t want to) check out the mighty power of applications’ algorithms and its highly optimized 🙂 code if he gets distracted and frustrated by poorly localized or misleading interface.