is commonly recognized as the language used to design iPhone apps. The central peculiarity of the Objective-C language is that it is well-established on the market, thus, went through numerous test cases by dozens of developers. Alongside mastering Swift or Objective-C, it is crucial for a developer to understand the iOS products and all Apple-related processes. The core ones include Apple frameworks, design guidelines, and app store functions. The list of the technologies the iOS developers are using the most are as follows: Swift / Objective-C, Xcode, Building User Interfaces, Integrating design assets, Networking and Working with APIs, Grand Central Dispatch, Databases, MongoDB, Firebase and Realm, Working with third-party libraries, Unit Testing, Source Control and other team tools.
is a relatively new coding language that was launched in 2014 by Apple’s engineers. Swift has common features with Objective-C at its core, at the same time bearing several essential distinctive features that Objective-C lacks.
Having both an analytical and creative outlook is important to create different platforms, which can achieve user requirements. General skills, paired with program languages, and the understanding of iOS processes will set an individual up for entering the development market.
Our Recruiting’s Overview
over the market capacity showed the following distribution of the skills:
Decision Factors for the Developers to Join Projects with the iOS Development
The most important questions asked by the iOS developers, while joining a project with the Mobile development are mentioned above:
Will the iOS developer will need to code an application from scratch or should be working on the existing one.
What is the size of the team? Will it be the team of iOS developers or iOS developers who will work alone in a project?
Will it be one big project? Or will the iOS developer will need to develop many applications simultaneously or one by one.
Such kinds of questions are essential to know to iOS developers, as some of them are willing to develop an application from scratch, for others, this is not an issue to go on with the existing code, for instance. As well as some developers are up to be the only iOS developer in a project, and ready to work on their own, while others are looking for a solid team, to cooperate with other iOS devs. When we’re interviewing the candidates, it would be very important to know the answers to those questions, so that we could find the perfect match for our client’s project.
It is worth to remember, that joining ANY project, these questions are of special importance to the candidates in Ukraine:
What is the working process of development? What methodology is used, if any? How planning, delivery, quality control and deployment will be organized?
What will be the team structure? Who will be the person dealing with the team on daily basis?
What technology stacks are used for the project? How modern and contemporary are they?
All-inclusive Price Range
1-2 years experience
2900 – 4100 USD
2-4 years experience
4100 – 6100 USD
4+ years experience
6100 – 7800 USD
We provide teams that are functionally managed by the client, while we support operations (working environment, HR supervision and communication between the Client and the Team). Understanding what is most important to our clients we developed a distinguishing model of 3Rs: Recruitment, Relationships, and Retention.
finding a developer is easy. Finding a fit for the client/product and capability to build a team – that’s where the hard part comes. We leverage our understanding of the local market and the best recruitment practices to make sure we pick the perfect match.
we believe that the relationships we build are the most important part of our service. No matter the distance, we foster the growth of relationships with our clients and dedicated teams by truly investing in them, and understanding their needs.
- Close contact with the TOP management
- Honesty and transparency
- Communication above all
our staff takes care of all operations, making sure that your team has all of the Staff Services activities to keep them satisfied. At the end of the day, it’s relations with other people (peers, clients, contractors) that matter the most and what forms true loyalty.