App Store and Play Store are like a street full of food hawkers. With mobile applications of all sorts (native as well as a hybrid) doing brisk business on play stores. While native applications promise high performance and speed, hybrid applications win in case of reduced time, efforts and scalability. Hybrid applications (cross-platform applications) are beneficial only if they provide a user experience similar to those of native applications and access native API’s. Earlier developers used to stick to native SDK’s provided by Apple and Google but eventually, several alternatives have become available in form of Hybrid apps that provide almost similar user experience and access to native API’s.
In this post, we will talk about two similar but at the same time very different directions — Native and Hybrid Mobile Apps development.
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