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Hybrid Mobile Apps

January 27, 2023

Hybrid mobile apps are a combination of native and web-based apps. They are built using web technologies such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and then wrapped in a native container. This allows them to access device-specific features and capabilities, just like native apps, while being cross-platform compatible.

Hybrid mobile apps are typically developed using frameworks such as Apache Cordova (PhoneGap), Ionic, React Native, and Xamarin. These frameworks provide a bridge between the web-based code and the native platform, allowing the app to access native features such as the camera or GPS while also running on multiple platforms.

Hybrid mobile apps can be distributed through app stores and installed on a user’s device just like native apps, but they can also be accessed through a web browser. They are often used for apps that don’t require a high level of performance or need to run on multiple platforms with a single codebase.

Also, See: Native Mobile Apps

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