Native vs Hybrid App Comparison: Part 2

Native Vs Hybrid app

(4) User Experience and Performance Native apps provide better performance; responsive and fluid experience and a user can navigate and interact with the app without noticing any loading delays. A major concern that is preventing a lot of people from using hybrid technology. Hybrid apps tend to have some user interaction delays, and users can […]

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Native vs Hybrid App Comparison: Part 1

Native Vs Hybrid app

When we are using the native programming language of the devices to build the app then it is called Native app. For iPhone, the native programming language is Objective C and the new Swift. For Android, the native programming language is Java. Hybrid apps are developed using web technologies: HTML5, CSS and JavaScript, they are […]

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Node.js – An Introduction

node.js

Node.js is a server side platform built on Google Chrome’s JavaScript Engine called the V8 Engine. Node.js was developed by Ryan Dahl in 2009 and its latest version is v0.10.36. It is used to develop I/O intensive web applications like video streaming sites, single-page applications, and other web applications. The definition of Node.js as supplied […]

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