How Unity enables an ecosystem for easy and effective app development?

Unity is a cross-platform game engine and toolset. Its ease of use enables developers to create high-quality games and apps within a short time. Unity has a massive community of developers and users who share knowledge, support, and help each other succeed. 

 History of App Development and the Transition to Unity Ecosystem  

It all began with the birth of smartphones and tablets. Nowadays, millions of applications are downloaded from Google Play and Apple Store every day.  


The number of unity apps is growing at a tremendous pace. 


It's forecasted to continue doing so with the onset of newer tech-enabled showcases like Apps on JioGlass

During this journey, you all have encountered many challenges and learnt a lot. The app developers face similar problems when they are building or testing their unity apps for different devices. They have to deal with numerous configurations, multiple emulators/simulators, slow test automation cycles, etc. That leads to longer build times, lower productivity, and more bugs in the final product. 

The Unity IDE helps developers overcome these obstacles by providing a single window to test your game on multiple devices with just one click. It's also fully integrated with the cloud build system, enabling you to perform continuous integration builds while developing your application without leaving the Unity Editor interface. 


The first thing Unity did was create a game engine -- not for 3-D games, but 2-D games.  


This was a surprise to the industry at the time, but it made sense. All of us have played Angry Birds or Candy Crush on our phones and tablets -- they were created with Unity's 2-D technology. 

Most of the apps you use today were probably created with Unity for Android 2-D technology: Facebook, Google Maps, Twitter, LinkedIn, Yelp, Pinterest and thousands more. And if you have a mixed reality platform (JioGlass Mixed Reality) like ours preparing an ecosystem for the next billion -- that virtual world was created using Unity's 3-D technology. 

Unity's ecosystem is one of the best places to build and distribute your content. It gives you direct access to a large community of users and makes it easy to monetize your app with Unity Ads and Unity IAP tools

 Five Pillars in Unity Ecosystem 

Unity offers developers a great set of tools for building high-quality games. These tools come in the form of integrated services, which include: 

  • Publishing:  

Unity makes it simple to publish your games and apps on all the popular platforms with open access to resources on how to make a game app. Now you can get your unity apps out there on all kinds of devices! 

  • Analytics:  

Unity Analytics provides insight into your game's performance with automatic metrics collection and deep-dive capabilities, enabling you to make intelligent decisions based on accurate data about how players are interacting with your game. 

  • Social network publishing:  

Easily publish your games to major social networks like Facebook or Twitter using the Social Network Connector right from Unity. This allows your users to share their progress through social networks easily. 

  • Unity Cloud Build:  

Allows teams to build projects hosted on Unity Cloud Build quickly and easily. Start a build on the cloud service to have it downloaded directly into your project for each team member. 

  • Interactive content creation tool 

This tool on Unity3D is used by many developers worldwide. The main goal of Unity 3D is to make it easy for developers to create games and applications with stunning visuals and play experience. 

 Level up with Unity's world-class tools 

Additionally, Unity supports a large community of over 1.5 million active developers  that rely on the platform to create games and applications for almost every platform, including Windows desktop, Mac OS X, iOS, Android, WebPlayer, Wii U, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Ubuntu Linux and Windows Phone. 

The Unity3D software development kit (SDK) enables the users to develop rich interactive gaming experiences through native integrations with several gaming engines, including Unity's IDE. The SDK also consists of several scripts which are used for creating interactive content with ease. 

Set Up, Test and View Results in a Jiffy 

With its ease of use, Unity3D allows software companies to develop applications that can run on multiple platforms with minimal training in programming languages. This means that an individual working in a software company will work with several different devices and in many different environments without looking outside the company for help. Furthermore, this makes it easier for companies to control their application once they release them in the market. 

Develop great apps at lower cost with additional speed to market, higher quality and customer satisfaction.

The best thing about Unity is its user-friendliness. It does not require you to write codes while working on your game. Instead, it uses drag and drops functions that help the developers get their work done efficiently. Even if you are starting with Unity, you don't have to worry about its user-friendliness. 

Another feature that helps Unity stand out from the crowd is its cross-platform compatibility. If you want to create an app for iOS and Android devices, this engine is all you need. Since it saves your time by letting you develop for two or more platforms at once, more and more people are shifting towards this game engine every day.  

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