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Native v/s Hybrid Mobile Application Development

If you are a Mobile Application Developer, you must be aware of difference between Native and Hybrid  Application Development.

Let discuss today about types of Mobile Applications :

  1.  Native Apps: Native Apps means you’ll write the app in the native language/platform for the device e.g.(Android/iPhone/Blackberry), it’s an app developed for a specific mobile platform, leveraging all its capabilities. It’s the most basic way to build an app, writing it for a specific kind of device. A native app is basically an ideal app.    
  2. Hybrid Apps: Hybrid Apps means you’ll develop basically a web app, but hosted inside a native container; it is used like any native app, but it’s written in HTML, JavaScript and CSS.

->Native Apps Advantages and Disadvantages:

Advantages:

  1. High Performance, Delivers rich User-Experience.
  2. Easily available in App- Store.
  3. It’ll full access to mobile platform

Disadvantages:

  1. You need different knowledge for each  targeted Platform.
  2. You can not re-use code among different Platform.
  3. These application are most expensive to build, as you need to hire talent experienced in each platform.

-> Hybrid Apps Advantages and Disadvantages:

Advantages:

  1. Code base is reusable for different mobile platforms
  2. Over all lower budget costs.
  3. Easy to develop Hybrid app.

Disadvantages:

  1. Native mobile apps will always provide a better user experience; hybrid just doesn’t look or feel   as smooth and natural
  2. Hybrid Mobile Apps need Web View implementation per platform.
  3. You’ll probably spend way too much time fixing it.

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