How to prepare icons for native apps for mobile platforms?
Prepared a collection of icons for application, icons are made in vector.
You can exportnet in SVG, you can cut and PNG.
How to give a collection of icons for developers of mobile applications (ios, android) and in what format?
Much where write that extended download to PNG, like it @2x, @1x, etc...
Isn't it considered good form to use a graphical elements in native apps in a vector format, like in the web? After all, if the web is to use SVG, it reduces the load and more gracefully looks. In mobile apps isn't it? How? What opportunities the platforms of mobile development? What better place to learn and be able to ensure that developers and customers have always been happy, when they are the result of mobile app design (psd, png, svg)?
Modern technologies and the latest libraries that are used in mobile applications how to work with graphic elements? What are the principles and fundamentals?
Not so long ago, tried to use the image format .svg provided by the designer. After a couple of hours pounding it was decided to make a few pictures in the format .png with a size corresponding to the Apple guidelines. Threw and started to use within 3 minutes.
So in the case of iOS by far .png the best choice.
Ramona_Bednar64 answered on July 8th 19 at 15:54
The use of vector images on phones adversely affects the smoothness and responsiveness of the interface. Therefore, for highest speed applications is to use the most ready-made icons.
(no resizing, coloring and the like in runtime)
mazie.Towne answered on July 8th 19 at 15:56
What better place to learn and be able to ensure that developers and customers have always been happy, when they are the result of mobile app design (psd, png, svg)?