Do you know about hybrid mobile app development?

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Launching a mobile app development is best of the steps a business can take to instantly capture the attention its audience. If users like the app, install, and keep it in their devices, it will stay there for long time. And in the same period of time, the app will serve all the products/services in just few taps.

An app is like invaluable piece of real estate. When expert mobile app developers build this app, it often delivers better performance in comparison of a website. With app, users can take the advantage of computing-on-the go which is not possible with desktop or laptops. With an operation-specific app, customers will need to do fewer efforts to access your online store and then place order.

(Also See: Specialists’ Tips To Hire a Mobile Application Developer)

But building an app, whether for business or entertainment, is not that much simple. The primary issue is that today we have more than one mobile platform and each of them has several specialties. You just cannot ignore iPhone for the popularity of Android.  And you just cannot choose Android because Windows has tiny share in the mobile market. So you need to have multiple versions of the same app but it will further increase the cost of the mobile application development.

But this issue can be solved if you choose to go with hybrid mobile application development technology. Because each platform supports specific mobile development technology that obviously increases cost, hybrid is the solutions to minimize the costs to a great extent.

Enter the world of hybrid mobile app development and experience limitless benefits. An app built with front-end based on native technology and the back-end based on web technologies will be a hybrid app. The front-end part is designed using native programming languages such as Java for Android, Object-C for iOS and the back-end is developed using web technologies such as HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript.

(Also See: Native app vs Hybrid app)

But even with this method, you need to build separate front-end for separate platform; however, developing these tiny separate apps is not that much costlier because the real app is the back-end and it is developed using web technologies and which are compatible to all the platforms.

Unlike web app, a hybrid app is now able to use native features of the device. Most apps now use accelerometer, camera, geo-location and other sensors. But you cannot implement a hybrid app for complex computing.

Today, a number of developers do prefer and also recommend their customers to go with hybrid mobile application development technology.

This information is brought to you by experts in native, mobile web and hybrid app development.

 

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Comments (2)

  • Ankita

    Great information, nice post, also check this website of Mobile App Development

    November 27, 2015 at 10:17 am
  • Ron Aaron

    Nice article. We also do native development, but prefer using our cross-platform tool, “8th”. It’s not exactly native (in terms of GUI), but it’s not hybrid in that the code is actually native code.

    September 1, 2016 at 9:39 pm

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