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Hybrid Mobile App Development


Introduction to Hybrid Mobile App Development

The hybrid mobile app development process is a combination of native code and web code to produce a mobile-optimized application. The process is very similar to the native app development process, but instead of starting with one language, it starts with two.

The hybrid mobile app development process allows developers to use existing web skills in order to create apps that are optimized for mobile devices. Essentially, it lets developers start off with web skills and then easily transition into developing for mobile devices.

Hybrid mobile app development is a way to solve the problem of limitations that come with native apps. They are developed by mixing native functions and web-based functions. hybrid app development services — App development, consultation, Migration, Maintenance, Testing, and bug fixes.

Why Choose Hybrid Mobile App Development?

Mobile Apps have grown tremendously in these past few years. But the problem is that most of the developers are trying to create separate apps for iOS and Android and it has become costly. The hybrid Mobile Apps development is now emerging as a viable option where one app is developed that works on both iOS and Android platforms.

The main reasons for choosing Hybrid Mobile App Development over Native Mobile App Development are:

- All the user input such as gestures, page transitions, animations, UI elements, etc., will be shared across both platforms

- One codebase for managing app logic

- Increased efficiency — less engineering time

- Reduced cost — 50% of resources required to build two separate apps

- Sharing resources
shiv 2 november 2021, 10:14
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