By Juegostudio | App Development | August 14th, 2020
You decide you want to create an application for your business. The first option you have in front of you is to go with native app development.
Under this form of app development, you develop your app separately for each platform you intend to release it in. For Android, you develop using Java and Kotlin. While for iOS, you develop using Swift.
This is a bit of a hard process. You have to keep track of multiple app development processes at the same time.
Various companies including Twitter and Flipkart have realized this. As a result, they have developed hybrid app versions of their respective apps. Read on, to find out:
The one chief advantage of developing a hybrid app over a native one is that you’ll only need to develop your app once. You can deploy the code everywhere else.
This is a unique advantage that only hybrid apps have. If you go the native way, you will have to write code for each platform separately in its different languages. You’ll then have to optimize performance and make sure the app behaves the same way in all platforms.
If you go the native way, you’ll need separate development processes for each platform. This will add up to the cost.
A single hybrid app development process means you will save a lot on the budget as well.
Many, when hearing hybrid apps may get the assumption that they may lack performance.
But the truth is that hybrid apps are now so advanced that they can now utilize the hardware resources of various devices just like how native apps can. They can directly access the device’s various hardware and software resources thanks to recent advancements in development frameworks.
Hybrid apps have also gotten rid of one of the biggest drawbacks that apps relying on web technology has faced until this point: storing data offline Thanks to advancements in the field, hybrid apps are now able to both store data offline as well as access it when necessary.
Another reason why hybrid app development is superior to native app development is the ease of maintenance.
If you go for a native app, whenever you add new features, you will have to implement them separately for each platform. Then you have to release the updates on the platforms and your users will have to update the app from their side.
When you opt to develop a hybrid app, this problem does not occur. You can update your app just once and the app will be updated on all platforms automatically. Your users won’t have to make any effort from their side at all.
Despite following a single code base, hybrid applications you develop will adapt to the screens of your various target devices. It doesn’t matter which platform the device is or what screen size it has. The app will adapt its UI/UX to suit that particular device.
Like native apps, hybrid apps too have a lot of benefits. If you prefer your application to have all these benefits, then it makes sense to go for hybrid app development as opposed to a native app one.
We at Juego Studio, are experienced app developers who can help you with this. Using advanced hybrid app development technologies like Ionic and Flutter, our team will develop a hybrid app that suits your goals.