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Native vs Web vs Hybrid App

NATIVE WEB HYBRID APPS Which Way To Go • Designed and Coded for specific kind of devices (itunes) NATIVE • Fastest, Reliable, Great responsive experience • Developing is easy with the development tools and interface elements of mobile platforms • Can access without internet • Built using C, Java, .Net • App Store Distribution Push notification options to make your audience more engaging • The API of graphics is fast • User-friendly. Built-in components like camera, geolocation, etc can be integrated into mobile apps • Good for gaming purposes due to highly interactive reporting WEB • Web apps are nothing but the mobile versions of websites • No installation, No space required for users to access web apps. • Built Using Html5, CSS, Java Script. • Developing a Web App can be simple and fast • Cannot access without internet • Slower and Less Intuitive. • Instant updates • Unrestricted Distribution • Can not send any notifications to users which makes difficult to keep your visitors engaging with the content. HYBRID Use both native and web (Google play) • Build Using Html5, CSS, Javascript • Faster and easier to develop • Easier to Maintain and change platform 00 Access to Native Platform App Store Distribution Native HTML5 Hybrid App Features Graphics Native APIS HTML, Canvas, SVG HTML, Canvas, SVG Performance Fast Slow Slow Native look and feel Native Emulated Emulated Distribution Appstore Web Appstore Device Access Camera Yes No Yes Notifications Yes No Yes Contacts, calendar Yes No Yes Offline storage Secure file storage Shared SQL Secure file system, shared SQL Geolocation Yes Yes Yes Gestures Swipe Yes Yes Yes Pinch, spread Yes No Yes Connectivity Online and offline Mostly online Online and offline Development skills Objective C, Java HTML5, CSS, Javascript HTML5, CSS, Javascript Туре Pros Cons Create mobile apps quickly and easily Web App No access to underlying features of the device, such as the GPS for geo-location or camera Low cost of development Browser-based user experience Multi-functionality Not device-optimized Fast to market Hybrid Pros Cons Removing the browser from the user experience Optimal for the device it is running on Web app code can be installed from an app store Ul elements rendered by the web app's CSS may not be representative with the native Ul elements Mobile app development time remains shorter. Increased need for more platform-specific skills for each platform Tighter integration between the app and the device hardware Retains the disadvantage of the earlier hybrid model and the responsive web app Improve the performance of some of the more intensive aspects of the application logic Hybrid approach remains viable as faster go-to market strategy for development Native App Pros Cons Best performance and provides full access to the underlying device hardware Comes at a significant cost in terms of development Performance of the mobile app is often superior to its hybrid equivalent Ul elements will be guaranteed to be consistent with the platform look and feel Designed by Blucberry LABS

Native vs Web vs Hybrid App

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Apps are the life and soul of the modern smartphone computing experience. Smartphone apps developers would do well to refresh their knowledge and understanding of the nuances of native, web based, and...


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