Published on: 30-12-21 06:35pm
Almost for a decade now, mobile apps are moving forward in terms of innovation. With the growing market of smartphones, every organization is looking forward to adding mobile applications in its business flow to cover a wide market.
For the development of a mobile application, an organization has to do detailed planning for various types of processes. And the organization has to decide upon the way in which you would like to create and deploy the application.
Most of the organizations face a common challenge, such as, what is the best way to build an application, whether it is native or hybrid? Which will be the best for the organization? The answers to the queries depend on factors such as the following :
What is a native application?
A native app is a program that has been coded in a specific programming language, for devices having specific OS. For instance, Objective C is used for iOS or Java for Android Phones. These apps can take advantage of OS features and other software tools that are installed on that platform. They also have access to various phone functions such as camera, gallery, contact list, etc.
Native application quick benefits :
What is a hybrid application?
Hybrid application quick benefits :
A quick difference between these two is as follows :
|The app coded using web languages that can be ported to any platform inside a native container. Hence if your mobile supports browser then it will support your app
|Apps that are developed for a specific platform by using the platform’s SDK, tools, and languages. So if you wish to get a native app developed then there will be different apps for each OS.
|For Android, the native apps must be developed using Kotlin or Java. iOS uses Swift or Objective-C to develop its apps, while Windows Phone uses .Net and C#.
|Less complicated to code.
|Complicated to code.
|Less user experience as compared
|Better user experience
|Slower as compared.
|Faster and better
|Less Graphics Supported.
|Supports more Graphics.
|Easier to port.
|Difficult to port.
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