Mobile application platform refers to the development environment where mobile applications are created and coded. There are many different mobile application platforms, and all of these platforms contain an integrated development environment. This provides the tools that a developer needs in order to write, test, deploy, and manage mobile applications. Mobile application platforms allow developers to work with mobile applications that are B2C (business-to-consumer), B2B (business-to-business), and B2E (business-to-enterprise).

As mobile application platforms develop further, they will be able to create better apps that combine with the company’s overall strategy for mobile use. The rise in mobile devices for personal use has led to a phenomenon called BYOD, or Bring Your Own Device, which refers to employees wanting to use their mobile devices not only for personal use but also in the workplace. This means that employees need to be able to access both corporate applications and sensitive company information from their mobile devices. With the wide range of devices and operating systems on the market, it is necessary for developers to be able to create mobile applications that are compatible with multiple systems.

Mobile application platforms are useful to developers because they are simple and easy to use. These platforms are based in common scripting languages, which include JavaScript, CSS, and HTML. In addition, mobile application platforms can easily deploy mobile apps to many different systems. This is more efficient because developers do not have to individually code the app for each and every mobile operating system, of which there are many.