Hybrid- Ionic Framework

Ionic is built to perform and run fast on all of the latest mobile devices. We build blazing fast apps with a small footprint and built-in best practices like hardware accelerated transitions, touch-optimized gestures, pre-rendering, and AOT compiling. Hureka Technology’s hybrid-ionic development experience enables us to build better, faster iOS and Android applications at lower development, operating and maintenance costs.

The heart of a hybrid-mobile application is still just an application that is written with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. However, instead of the app being shown within the user’s browser, it is run from within a native application and its own embedded browser, which is essentially invisible to the user. Through the use of plugins, these applications can have full access to the mobile device’s features. This code is then embedded into a native application wrapper using a solution like Ionic Capacitor.

What is the right choice for your application? Unless you are creating a highly performant game or other similar application, hybrid application development might be the right choice because it offers an easier development approach, cost savings, and compatibility across a variety of platforms. While they do require a bit more understanding to mesh the solution together, as well as the use of a UI library to assist in the proper presentation of your user interface, those challenges are known and can be easily solved with the right framework


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Frequently Asked Questions

Which should I use to develop my app, React Native or Ionic?

React Native is great for making true Native cross platform applications with a single codebase. You will get excellent UI, flow and performance with React Native if your App is interface dependent.

Ionic is great for those who want to build a progressive Web application i.e. an application which can be used on Web, Desktop and Mobile. 

In conclusion, if your product is solely a mobile app that needs to work on iOS and Android and needs to look and feel like a native app, we'd suggest React Native.

If you are looking for an elegant user interface that matches your website in the form of a mobile app, you could consider Ionic instead.

What is an Hybrid app?

Hybrid applications are web applications run in the native browser, such as UIWebView in iOS and WebView in Android (not Safari or Chrome). Hybrid apps are developed using HTML, CSS and Javascript, and then wrapped in a native application using platforms like Cordova. This allows you to write the code for one platform and easily port the code to another platform e.g. Write the code for Android and then port it to IOS.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of Hybrid Apps?

Hybrid Applications are easier and quicker to develop. The main problem with hybrid apps is that they still depend on the native browser, which means they are not as fast as native apps.

Why the Hybrid-Ionic Framework?

The Hybrid-Ionic framework saves businesses time and resources while building cross-platform apps that represent most of the benefits of native alternatives. This is achieved by platform adaptation being so convenient. A single experienced development team can release an app and quickly adapt it to run on multiple platforms.

When using an Ionic framework, it is sometimes possible to release one application for both Android and iOS with the same resources as would have been the case for a native app for just one of these two operating systems. Simply put, it allows the creation of hybrid mobile apps while minimizing adaptation development to a specific platform.