Mohit Kinger writes about blogs and e-books on enormous and in-trend technologies for 4waytechnologies from the past two years. Before hopping into technical content writing, he got a graduate degree in Bachelor’s of Technology, which helps him to approach various blogs based on cutting-edge technologies efficiently.
Today in this world where smart phones have become a very important entity in our lives, there is a lot of effort being put into the development and betterment of these phones. The apps for these particular environment were earlier based on the particular environments for which they were to be targeted.
Nowadays these apps are not environment based and they can be used on multiple environments and from here we get our two categories of apps which are hybrid and native applications.
In this article, we have mentioned the detailed analysis of Hybrid and Native applications.
Native applications are the apps that are designed keeping in mind the environment or the platform for which we are designing that application for example when we design an application for the android environment we design that particular application on the android studio using programming languages like java, C++ etc.
The apps for the IOS environment are designed by using X-code or we can also use objective-C. the process is time consuming because they restrict us to only one platform.
Hybrid applications are the applications based on HTML5 and these particular applications have the quality or the ability to be used on more than one user interfaces. This makes the app more efficient as it is not restricted by the platform and can be used on other platforms as well.
The differences between the native and hybrid apps can be clearly made out when we take into consideration the following points into comparison of hybrid vs native apps.
Despite the differences between the native and hybrid apps, there are various reasons as to why the analysis of native and hybrid apps have their own individual importance and in this debate or competition of hybrid vs native mobile apps there can’t be any winner.
After going through the above article, we have understood that it is preferable to go with native app development if you have less time to build the application in order to focus mainly on creating an impeccable experience for one user base.
On the other hand, Hybrid apps are more appealing when it comes to one source code for all platforms, cross-compatible web technologies, more availability of resources, easy updates, and lower initial budget costs.
However, there are several advantages and disadvantages for both the hybrid and native approaches, but you can choose one of them as per your business needs and requirements.