In this age of sudden changes, agile enterprises are driven by mobility to manage every transformation in technology demands. IQSPL’s range of tools and services for mobile enterprises provides the agility to switch with changing customer demands.
Native or Hybrid: Apps can be built either way and the correct answer depends on what you are trying to achieve. Each app format will be decided by how and where it will be distributed.
Native apps are written for a specific operating system most often iOS or Android. Native apps can harness the power of platform-specific features, such as a camera, microphone or GPS. However, a separate release of the app must be coded for each target OS.
Unique, Expert and Practical approach based on our experience as an enterprise and service provider.
A hybrid app is first coded like a website, using industry-standard Web technologies such as HTML, CSS, and JavasScript. This platform-independent code is then "wrapped" inside a native container that allows the app to access platform-specific features and to be distributed and installed like a native app.
The tradeoff is that while native apps may add more functionality, they may be more costly to build individually and to continually update with each new OS version. Hybrid apps are generally easier to build and maintain, but may not have the same richness of features. You choose between ease and power.
Ideally, a mobile app development platform will equally support all development approaches be it Web hybrid or native and provide the flexibility necessary to use the development approach that supports the business goals for every app.
A powerful platform will help collect customer behavior, survey results, and app store ratings and then enable rapid revision of your apps.
You'll need robust security features for mobile apps and data, as well as central governance with straightforward controls.
Powerful mobile apps can capture, interpret, and act on multiple context sources in real time – such as making an offer based on buying habits and current location.