Friday, 19 April 2013

Native vs. Hybrid Mobile Applications

Native vs. Hybrid Mobile Applications: If you have been listening for a long time the concepts of hybrid applications and native applications without understanding anything, is your chance to find out what are each of them and what advantages.
Native Mobile Applications

  • Native Mobile Apps:

It is an application for smartphones that is integrated in the device. WhatsUp , for example, is a native of instant messaging.

The native applications developed in different programming languages ​​depending on the device you are going to use.

  • Hybrid Mobile Apps:

The hybrid apps are also called web apps which are optimized applications that look good through the screens of mobile devices. The hybrid applications are not installed in smartphones however when we access it, aesthetics and smuy similar to those of native apps.

Native vs. Hybrid Apps:

Simply have the application installed in the end it is an advantage. The same icon is a shortcut by which we do not have to type in the web address to access it. On the other hand, mobile app stores like the App Store or Google Play to find applications more easily than if we looked anywhere.
Hybrid Mobile Applications
One of the most interesting advantages of these applications is that they can access certain phone features, such as the camera and so can take advantage of these resources. An example would be the flashlight app that uses the camera flash. Moreover with few exceptions, an internet connection not required.

Allow sending push notifications. This ability is very interesting and sometimes not utilized as much as it could or used too. Push notifications allow you to send messages to the user to suggest actions: update of the app, shopping, updating content, etc.

Shopping within the Apps. Usually made through the smartphone user account so they are quick and easy. The user does not need to use credit cards.

Among the best-known disadvantages, we find the need for the user to update manually the need to develop an app for each marketplace and the validation thereof. These disadvantages are no nonsense in fact met a few days ago for AppGratis, an app that has been removed from Apple's marketplace and had over 12 million users.

As basically are contrary to those of native applications we will explain in summary:

They can be viewed on any mobile device without creating different apps. Updates the developer and does not need the user to update the web. 

Do not pass a validation process. Not appear in the markets and applications that are lost potential users. May require a greater marketing effort. Internet connection required whenever you want to use.

9 comments:

  1. thanks for share...

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  2. " Internet connection required whenever you want to use." Not necessarily, You could have your connectivity to the sqllit db, thus you can store all the data just like any other native apps

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  4. what ever your said man , native is the best for all.....no second arguments about that,trust me

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  5. Native apps have been a favorite mode of application distribution on smartphones. Users have had a rich and productive experience using native apps that are developed on the respective mobile platforms (Android, iOS, Blackberry, Symbian etc.). However, in recent times, web apps developed using HTML5 and associated web technologies is fast making its presence felt.Read more here http://blog.contus.com/html5-or-native-for-mobile-app-development/

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  6. Hybrid apps is a good category to look at. But the key is in handling both dimensions of a hybrid app Web app and native app well. The right choice of technologies on both the dimensions is critical, e.g Jquery mobile for the Web interface and a framework like PhoneGap for the native API access via cordova libraries.

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  7. HTML5 has provided an opportunity for rapid development of web-based mobile apps even by developers just getting started. Following a write-once-deploy-everywhere strategy, web apps deploy easily and are easy to manage and distribute changes and updates. Being web based, they can also run across multiple mobile devices. This has allowed for a myriad of apps to be created relatively inexpensively and in short time. That said HTML5 has some significant drawbacks especially for consideration in the enterprise mobile app space.

    https://www.snappii.com/blog/articles/Enterprise_Mobile_App_Development_-_Native_vs_HTML5_-_Part_1

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  8. Native vs cross platform app development discussions will go on for a while. I feel the choice should be made on whether your app needs to: work well in a connected environment, support deep security implementations, best exploit device features to enhance user experience. To read more visit: http://offers.boston-technology.com/native_vs_hybrid_vs_mobileweb

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