Here we will do an analysis about various platforms :
Organisation should consider what types of capabilities their app would require. For example, following capabilities can be handled easily by native apps:
- Enhance the performance and user experience.
- Accessing GPS to determine the location of a user and point them on a map.
- If it has a need to manage peer to peer communication and access contacts list to identify employees, clients using their email address or phone number.
- Push notifications to inform news and alerts, as well push potential cross-selling opportunities based on predetermined triggers.
- If it has hard intensive operations like image filtering, animations and graphics effects.
Cost: The cost and effort involved in creating and maintaining apps across multiple platforms can be more expensive.
No Code Reuse: Native apps need to be written for every platform from scratch. There is no ability to reuse tools and programming languages across other platforms.
Time to Market: Unless developers have extensive knowledge and experience coding in native language, It costs time to market.
Cross platform app:
cost, compared with multiple native software development kits. User experience is getting better with ionic framework and touch sensibility is good so far.
Performance: Right now, cross platform has limitations in terms of performance and fidelity when used in the most straightforward manner.
Device level feature Integrations – such as camera, contacts, calendar and geo location will be time consuming.
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