React Native, Flutter, Ionic and Xamarin are the most popular cross-platform frameworks today. In some cases, developing your application with one of these frameworks might be a good alternative to a native approach since you need to create only one app that will work on multiple platforms.
However, you should keep in mind that cross-platform frameworks are just the wrappers for native. Each framework provides different opportunities for an app developer, so which one is better depends on your needs.
A hybrid or native mobile development approach — which to choose? We face this question very frequently when a customer asks us to make a suggestion in app development or when we plan to develop our own product. On the one hand, hybrid mobile development helps to save time because there is only one code compiled for multiple platforms (Android, iOS, etc.). On the other hand, native applications provide a more stable implementation. Here are some “classic” pros of the two approaches.
If you want to create an activity tracking application like iPhone Health or Google Fit, you probably know that they use data science to detect people’s motions throughout the day. Creating a brand-new app equals developing algorithms from scratch, and this is a stage where many businesses struggle. Therefore, we’ve decided to share our experience of launching HorseAnalytics, an application that uses data science algorithms to recognize and evaluate the activity of horses.
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