Along with adventure in the field of mobile application development, I have crossed the road with many struggling apps to decide whether to build native apps for two IOS and Android platforms separately, or just switch with hybrid development applications.
Now on the surface, the development of hybrid applications makes perfect sense. However, development and spending times are drastically reduced from Native development applications.
Additionally, you do not need to configure each application and look forward to approval in the app store.
However, at the bottom, there are many compromises to make if you want to open a hybrid application. Lan in this article, I will highlight all of them.
Additionally, I will also show you the circumstances in which you can consider the development of hybrid applications.
Let’s Start With The Basics!
What is a Native app? – In the simplest terms, the native app is a smartphone app built specifically for certain mobile operating systems (iOS, Android, or Windows).
The native application is created in the ecosystem, according to technical guidelines and each. They therefore have the capability of faster performance, providing a better user experience, and consistent taste and taste.
Therefore, users of the original app prefer to be loyal. Furthermore, native apps also have the added advantage of using the built-in user capabilities of smartphones such as cameras, GPS, and other hardware.
What is a Sato app? – The hybrid application has nothing but the website is packed into the original wrapper. I mean when they look and name it like an app, but are usually triggered by a binding hybrid component and web service.
Is Native Development App Always Recommended Developing Grant Application Development? – Top 3 Reasons
There are articles spreading debates and denying in Native topics. Hybrid. Sapranangan concludes that many applications have become hybrid and there is no better reason, while others contain two threats & concerns, not providing guidance for deciding.With this article, I will be looking for a mutual debate and for all.
Based on my experience, the original app (without hassle!) Is faster and more reliable than hybrid apps.
Okay, this is especially because when navigating the user in the native app, the visual elements, structure, and content are already in the tool user, ready for instant loading. Thus, the original application always provides a good user experience.
Hybrid applications, on the other hand, only have the most packaged data packets downloaded from the server. Therefore, performance app hybrids depend on the user who created the server at the same time.
This brings us to another important reason why the original app was recommended:
“User experience as the key for mobile apps.”
If you develop mobile apps for the first time, you need to know that users now enjoy HUGE experience. They expect every application to be spontaneous about design and responsiveness in terms of perspective.
Now when building a mobile application using hybrid technology, tradeoff as a user experience. This is especially because Android and iPhone have very different style guidelines.
Even so, even though you hire the best architectural design, he can not design a user experience that can handle two platforms in the same way.
So if you want to create a good user experience (you need!), Then the original approach will be better. This is especially because hybrid apps do not match the level of user experience you can design in native applications. For example, although you can get enough personal experience in a hybrid app, you will not find the smoothness of your original.
For example, just check the usefulness of Pinterest or Instagram, then compare it with Techcrunch or Mashable applications.
You will be able to see the difference in fluid.
If your app needs access to the hardware core and native device, then native application expansion will be best for you in the long run.
In the case of a mobile application hybrid, you will not gain access to all native features or hardware devices such as Camera, SMS, Hardware device button, Contacts, and more. When you can use the original features in a hybrid app by dragging the original components required separately.