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In today's development environment, there is often a question - whether to create a mobile site or a native app or a hybrid app. Before developing the software, you, as a developer, should spend the time to think about some aspects thoroughly. compared native and hybrid development procedures to help you make a right decision. For More Details just go to my websites -


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In todays development environment there is often a question - whether to create a mobile site or a native app or a hybrid app. Before developing the software you as a developer should spend the time to think about some aspects thoroughly. compared native and hybrid development procedures to help you make a right decision. Introductions :

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Native apps are based on a programming language specific to the platform for which they were developed. These are usually Objective- C or Swift for iOS and Java for Android. Native apps typically have better performance with rendering and animation than hybrid apps. Native Apps

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Hybrid app is a mobile application that includes a web view essentially an isolated instance of the browser to run a web application within the native app when using the native wrapper that can communicate with a native device platform and the Web view. This means that web apps can work in the mobile device and at the same time have access to the device eg to the camera or to the GPS functions. Hybrid Apps

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Here is the comparison of the native and hybrid apps: Hybrid App Native app Has been developed with the help of HTML CSS and Javascript Has been developed using the language that is specific to a platform such as Objective-C or Swift for IOS Java for Android etc. You write it once and then use it everywhere A special code for each platform Average performance comparable to native apps Fastest response for users Saves time and money Need more time skills and resources Development cycles are faster Need more money and development time Eg Baskin Robbin Sworkit Untappd For example Paypal Gmail

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Ionic is a framework that allows developers to develop hybrid mobile apps using such web technologies as HTML CSS and JavaScript. Hybrid mobile app is developed with the help of the technologies commonly used for web. Hybrid apps are located within the native applications so they have access to the camera the pedometer and other functionalities of the device eliminating the need to develop special devices or operating systems. This means that you are developing a website that is wrapped inside the app. Ionic

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React Native React Native is a framework developed by Facebook for the development of native style apps for iOS Android using a common language JavaScript. Unlike hybrid apps native apps are designed specifically for the platform on which they are to be used iOS Android etc. React Native allows the division of the code between the platforms and empowers developers to create special apps that are less cluttered and work better than hybrid apps. With both React Native and Native Apps the gestures such as clipping or double pressing in your operating system work just as well as you did.

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Ionic React Native Easy to learn has many already prepared and designed components. Learning curve with a few prepared native components First-class documentation which is clear and uniform Basic documentation compared to Ionic You can use this codebase to develop apps for Android IOS Windows Phone Web Desktop and PWA Progressive Web App One can use the same codebase mostly for the development of apps for Android IOS Windows Phone Is coded by means of typoscript typoscript is a typed subset of javascript which is compiled in purely JavaScript Is encoded using JSX JSX is a preprocessor step that adds XML syntax to javascript You write it once and then use it everywhere One learns them once and then writes everywhere Average performance because this technology uses WebView Very good performance One uses Apache Cordova in Ionic 2 to have access to the functionality of the mobile phone hardware React native app is compiled into a native code and has a direct access to the native mobile features Development cycles are very fast. You can make tests in the browser without using the emulator You can perform the test in the emulator or in the real device It asks more questions about Ionic on StackOverflow and there is a very good community - Support React Native has more stars on GitHub with an equally powerful community - Support Is based on Angular 2 and is supported by Google Is based on React and supported by Facebook

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There are clear and distinct advantages and disadvantages for both hybrid and native approaches and therefore this discussion is still current. Speed ​​of entry into the market a source code cross-compatible web technologies easy updates resource availability and lower cost make hybrid applications very appealing. Conclusion

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But finally the greatest distraction of hybrid apps is that the company is likely to spend more time on upgrading and optimizing the app. This happens because of the large number of complaints from users about UI elements or about problems associated with the performance. In addition native apps have the added advantage of features specific to the operating system on which the app is created eg camera GPS address book etc.. In addition a native approach provides best security for a mobile application best performance a high-sensitivity user interface and access to all native APIs. In other words the original investment may be higher but a company will save time and money because it offers a great user experience and a stand-by performance for the app. Each approach has its advantages and disadvantages but in the end a native approach will have the greatest advantages for reingewinn the company.

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