Hybrid App Development
What Is Hybrid Framework?
A Hybrid App is working with a framework. That framework allows for a single code base that works for multiple platforms like iOS and Android. Hybrid apps have come a long way. Originally these were more or less built-in web browsers. Now a lot of them actually produce native code. Some examples of hybrid app frameworks are: NativeScript, React Native, Ionic, Flutter, and Xamarin.LEARN MORE
What Makes Hybrid App Great?
one codebase. multiple platforms.
When new features are being added to the hybrid app, the development time may be much shorter than native development because you’ll need 2x amount of development time to ship a feature to both platforms for the native app.
Hybrid apps can typically be delivered faster than native apps because they use a single programing language that works for both platforms. If your app is time-sensitive because it has to be in the market quickly, developing a hybrid app should help you reach your goal sooner.
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NativeScript, React Native, Ionic, Flutter, and Xamarin. Since a lot of the hybrid app frameworks support web development frameworks like React and Angular, developers that come from a web development background can get into mobile development much easier. This makes recruiting easier for a company.
The main advantage of choosing hybrid apps is to code once deploy twice so it saves the development cost. Also, because of this reason, it will save maintenance cost. Therefore, if your business is a brand new company or has strict funding situations, having a hybrid app might be a better idea.
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