Hence, despite being powered by the same version of Android, the devices come with different hardware features. In the category of display screen size, resolution, camera and other hardware features, two devices powered by Android Nougat may differ from each other for example. When creating an Android app, developers need to make sure that it provides each user with a customised experience by accessing all the hardware features of their device.We use the idea of Object-Oriented Programming and Java as the basis for Android programming, which is close to Objective-C and Swift. Delegates, overriding methods and subclasses are also included in iOS, making it simple for iOS developers to create Android apps. Almost all the principles and logics that are used in both platforms are the same, it is just that Java language is used in the development of Android apps. The developer must also be well versed with Java keywords, since he will use keywords such as override, introduce, extend, etc., and not those used in iOS.
Android Studio and X Code- Difference in Use
It is very painful to use the Xcode IDE several times, but there are now some big changes in the last few years. Any of the Xcode functionality can also be implemented in Android app production via the Android workshop.
By making use of Java keywords, the common coding practise for overriding methods, subclasses, import statements, etc. used in iOS development is significantly reduced by Android Studio. While Xcode and Android Studio both functions very similarly, the UI code written in both IDEs still has some variations. Where Android uses different XML files on the one hand, Xcode uses storyboards and nibs on the other hand.For the iOS makers, coping with screen sizes was a challenge. This is because they used to deal with only one screen size earlier, while developers deal with multiple screen sizes in Android app development.