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The Best Tech Stack For On-Demand Fuel Delivery App Development

When you get an app idea, you did a lot of research on a niche market, target audience, marketing, and increasing download to turn it into a real app that generates billion dollars. Have you ever thought of one thing- the mobile app with which you are trying to catch maximum tech-savvy eyeballs, they expect the mobile app to perform to the notch? That’s where the technology stack plays a vital role.

Alas! In the rat race, the entrepreneurs forgot to research the technology aspect. It results in making the app fail, not perform as expected, or full of bugs and crashes. The technology stack had a great impact on the mobile app development such as-

  • It determines the app’s robustness.
  • It defines whether the app can scale to OS’ higher versions or not.
  • It ensures scalability depending on the business growth.
  • It accelerates app development and reduces turnaround time.
  • It enables app enhancements at speed to dynamically respond to changing market trends.
  • It facilitates intuitive UI development that makes the users thrive.

All of these together can make or break the reputation of your business that has started spreading its wings into the digital era. There is a need of choosing the modern tech stack that keeps your app up-to-date and trending.

The on-demand fuel delivery app is one of the modernized solutions, that’s in demand. The government has enforced certain regulations that fuel delivery apps have to meet to stay in compliance as they are delivering the combustible commodity that needs to be handled and delivered with utmost care. Then, how can you miss the mark for fuel delivery app development with imperfect technology stack selection?

With a deep understanding of fuel delivery mechanism that involves GPS, tracking system, navigational structure, and more, our technical experts have created the best tech stack which makes your fuel delivery app development future-proof.

Let’s dive in!

Frontend Development- The Front Face of the Mobile App

It’s a beautiful interface of the application that appears to the users with which the users interact. There are different tools such as CSS3, HTML5, JavaScript, and Web Assembly and platforms available that enable the best-in-class frontend development.

Besides, the UI should be simple and packed with necessary design elements that allow the users to easily book fuel deliveries. The app should not be loaded with so many graphics else it hurts the app’s performance. Strike a fine balance that ensures a wow experience delivery.

Backend Development- The Engine That Fuels the Fuel Delivery App

It’s an ugly face of the application on which the performance of the complete app relies. Additionally, it takes care of security, data storage, hosting, and business logic about which the end-users are generally unaware of or can’t access. Most of the apps require backend, but simple informative apps that don’t include data gathering, then backend development is not needed. The programming languages, frameworks, database management systems, web servers, microservice platforms, performance testers, and other types of tools are required for backend mobile app development.

Development Platform- That Comes In Variety

The development platforms serve as the base that allows the organizations to build, test, and market the applications that work on different types of devices- mobile, tablet, and desktop, and platforms such as Android, iOS, windows, and others. There are various ways- native development, hybrid development, cross-development, and others to build the app for various types of devices and platforms.

Native app technology stack- known for high performance

The native development is known for the high performance, robustness, and better results they yield. It allows the developers to integrate the device’s in-built features such as camera, GPS, and others without counting on third-party APIs and external resources. Native apps are mainly best for two platforms- iOS and Android.  

Android app development technology stack

Kotlin and Java programming languages are used for building Android app natively. Java is the oldest kid on the technology block, but Kotlin is new and considered as the more stable as compared to Java. Besides, Kotlin fills the void that exists in Java such as limitations with Android API design, heavy, and cumbersome.

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Android studio toolkit is preferred by the developers due to code editing, debugging, instant deployment, and performance tooling it provides, which makes high-quality app development a breeze. Android developer tools provide support beyond Android-specific coding that includes- graphical UI builder, emulators, on-device debugging tools, and test automation support.

Latest Android SDK is installed by the developers to make the app work on the specific device and set of features.

IOS app development technology stack

Objective C and Swift are the two programming languages that are leveraged for iOS app development. Objective C is the oldest technology that’s known for dynamic runtime environments and object-oriented capabilities. On the other hand, Swift is functional, compatible, less error-prone, and provides inline support and dynamic libraries. It improves the app performance with libraries that are directly uploaded to memory thereby diminishing the app’s size.

Apple Xcode toolkit helps in developing iOS apps with the range of resources- graphical editor, debugging tools, instruments, and documentation it provides.

IOS SDK links the app and the iOS platforms it runs. It also allows the developers to build APIs leveraging libraries and other tools. There are special tools for Apple’s OS and different interfaces.

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Hybrid app development technology stack you can consider

The start-ups with short on budget and want to market the app at speed, then hybrid frameworks are used to publish the app on multiple platforms that are built at the time and money investment of one mobile application. PhoneGap, Ionic, and Sencha are popular hybrid development frameworks.   

Some add-ons- the additional requirements you may have

When it comes to adding extra functionalities to the app, it makes great sense to integrate third-party libraries or plug-ins. For instance, social plugins, push notification APIs, map APIs, payment gateways API, analytics API, and SMS libraries integration.

Conclusion

Fuel delivery app development can take your business ROI to a higher level, but only if you use the right technology stack. That’s quite a task. Understanding this need, we have described the best tech stack for fuel delivery app development that ensures great performance, scalability, and robustness. If you have any doubt, feel free to consult our experts that have a great knack for on-demand fuel delivery app development. All the best!

Himanshu Patel

Himanshu Patel is the founder & CEO of NectarBits, a fast-growing Taxi app development & OnDemand mobile app development company. The current innovation and updates of the field lure him to express his views and thoughts on certain topics.