- We have seen several mobile development frameworks already, thanks to the speed it takes to develop new technologies from old technologies, we received the gold in the form of Ionic 2, React Native and NativeScript.
- The interesting thing about hybrid apps is that they are hosted inside a native application which uses the WebView – which is kind of browser-less web pages loader, so you get access to mobile functionalities, such as, camera, contacts, gyroscope, etc. through website languages, like HTML, XML, CSS, etc.
- WebView provides widgets that are different from browser web pages, and so all the web errors are ignored, because the purpose is to provide the HTML canvas for the app files to load onto it rather than the actual web pages functionalities and therefore the mobile applications are created just with the knowledge of website development.
- This has a good effect on UX, as the user can have the similar experience of a native app, secondly, this is not a browser-based app like in PhoneGap/Cordova of Ionic, so the implementation is faster and runs quicker in mobile devices.
Ionic 2 vs React Native vs NativeScript – What to choose for mobile development – DiscoverSDK Blog
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