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HIRE iOS DEVELOPER

iOS is a mobile operating system developed by Apple. It was originally named the iPhone OS, but was renamed to the iOS in June, 2009. The iOS currently runs on the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.

Like modern desktop operating systems, iOS uses a graphical user interface, or GUI. However, since it is a mobile operating system, iOS is designed around touchscreen input, rather than a keyboard and mouse. For example, applications, or "apps," can be opened by a single tap, rather than a double-click. Different screens can be viewed by swiping your finger across the screen, rather than clicking on open windows.

Since iOS is designed to be simple and easy to use, it does not include several features found in a traditional operating system. For example, you cannot manage files and folders like you can in Mac OS X or Windows. You also have limited access to iOS system settings. Instead of modifying application preferences from within each program, most settings need to be adjusted within the Settings app. Additionally, while you can run multiple programs at once, you can only view one open program at a time.

Our IOS Developers have following skills:

  • Strong Object Oriented Programming Skills.
  • Experience with iOS Development: XCode, UI Kit, Cocoa Touch and Apple HIG.
  • Knowledge of the following Cocos2D, OpenGL, Unity or other iOS related game engines.
  • Knowledge of web services, REST APIs.
  • Strong sense of system architecture as it relates to mobile apps.
  • Solid understanding of Apple HIG and the latest operating systems, features and APIs.
  • Excellent communication skills both written and oral.
  • Experience with Agile software development methodologies, JIRA SaaS.
  • Experience with version control systems such as Git and Bitbucket.
  • Experience in publishing apps to the App Store, Certificates, and Provisioning Profiles etc.
  • Solid understanding of user interaction concept differences between iPad and iPhone versions of iOS.
  • Interfacing with our Clients to define requirements, estimates and project timelines.