Our Hybrid Training Course Classes can help you the apps developed runs in different mobile OS platforms such as iOS, Android, BlackBerry, and Windows Mobile OS etc.
A Hybrid Application (Hybrid App) is one that combines elements of both Native and Web applications. Native applications are developed for a specific platform and installed on a computing device. Web applications are generalized for multiple platforms and not installed locally but made available over the Internet through a browser. Hybrid apps are often mentioned in the context of mobile computing. Most applications could be considered hybrid apps. Web apps, such as online banking services, typically store some content; locally stored native apps, such as Microsoft Word, also interface to the Internet. Building hybrid mobile apps ensures you have the speed of web development along with the user experience that comes through native mobile app development.
Hybrid app frameworks have come a long way to bridge the gap between the performance of a native app and the ease of development of a web app. On the leading edge of this technology is Facebook’s React Native user interface (UI) design framework. Hybrid app development is an additional option alongside native development for those who need an app faster, for a lower cost, and for several platforms.
Our Hybrid course is taught by a real-time developer who creates innovative apps.
Initially, when mobile app development was a novel idea, it was preferred to develop mobile apps native. However, with the growth in mobile users, app usage, and device fragmentation, they have come to realize the benefits of multi platform application developmen. Hybrid mobile apps, necessarily, fall in the middle of the native and web app spectrum. They manifest the user experience properties of both native and web, providing a variety of sublime benefits like:
Reduced Development Costs: Building a hybrid mobile app is relatively cheaper and gets the task done sooner than any native or web mobile app.
Improved UI/UX: A consistent user experience across multiple mobile platforms is one of the main reasons behind hybrid app’s popularity. Users expect the app to be instantly responsive on different devices and deliver a glitch-free experience. Hybrid apps are based on the idea of “information is just a tap away”.
Ease of Integration: Like native apps, hybrid apps leverage the device’s internal programming system through an overlay which helps to enable seamless synchronization with other compatible apps. This reduces the integration issues for developers.
Offline Support: Hybrid apps store the device’s API to save offline data that helps to load the application quickly. It partially stores information that the users can access at the time of poor or no connectivity.
Simplified Maintenance: Unlike a web application, a hybrid app is designed to make use of all the features available in the mobile device. Though native apps also utilize all the device features, maintaining it is quite a challenge for users and developers alike. Clients these days tend to invest less and get more, then why not hybrid rather than native apps. Why re-invent the user experience in different platforms when it can be developed once and deployed at different platforms using hybrid technologies.
The average salary for a Mobile Applications Developer is Rs 348,785 per year. The highest paying skills associated with this job are Objective-C, Angular Js, iOS, and Adobe Phone Gap Framework.
Over the past two decades, consumers as well as enterprises have become increasingly comfortable searching and buying products and services online. In many cases, businesses are going an extra mile to get their customers to discover products and services on the web and mobile devices. Extending consumer reach has become the need of the hour; the reason why building hybrid mobile application seems like a logical move to many. A mobile app is an imperative tool for every enterprise to penetrate the market quickly and stay competitive. And a hybrid app solution makes this task a whole lot easier and faster. Giants like Uber, Twitter, and Instagram have already leveraged the advantages of hybrid mobile app development. The Growth of mobile consumers has led to growth of multiple carriers, devices and platforms. The opportunity for developers (businesses and individuals) in the marketplace is the distribution mechanism to large users across all geographies.
In the world of mobile applications, choosing the right development approach is a big challenge – the development approach which saves time, resource and money.