Doubtlessly, these days, mobile app development is considered to be a fast track passage to reach target audience in comparison to web application development. Having a framework is important in creating goals for your strategy. It is important to accelerate decision velocity to compete at digital speed.
According to Jeff Bezos, “If someone gets ten percent chance of 100 times payoff, that bet must be taken. But there are pretty good chances that you are going to be wrong 90% of times. While many big and small organizations like Amazon, Uber, Walmart, Netflix, Intuit, Google X, Walmart, and Instagram etc. have vigorously embraced rapid experimentation in their process and firmly believe that it is an efficient and effective path to meet customer needs, there is not much to experiment with the prevalent frameworks which have been performing since last few years and are good enough for native as well as hybrid app development.
Flutter is Google’s mobile UI framework for developing native-like applications for iOS and Android platforms. Instead of learning Objective C or swift to build native iOS applications, and Java or Kotlin for building Android apps, Flutter can be used as general purpose Dart Programming Language and light C++ engine. Being fast, expressive and flexible, it is free, open-source and is being used by Alibaba.com, Google Ads, Tencent, and Google.
Ionic is an HTML5 based framework that is used to develop hybrid mobile apps. It comes with native-styled mobile UI elements and layouts that comes along with a native SDK on iOS or Android. Ionic gives a really powerful way to build mobile applications that exceed the expectations of developers who used to make use of HTML5 framework for the same thing.
Ionic also makes use of angular.JS for larger core functionality of the framework. While it is always feasible and easy to make use of CSS alone to run the framework well but looking into Angular.JS (in-built) is recommended as it is one of the best ways to create browser-based applications these days.
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