Our mobile developers love creating beautiful, intuitive and user-friendly apps for the Android and iOS platforms. We work hard to build apps that are highly functional, optimized for high performance, stability and at the same time offer a great user experience. Our goal is not only to turn your ideas into reality but also to recommend the best practices along the way.
There are two main approaches that we implement while developing mobile apps

Native Applications Development

A native mobile application is an application developed for a specific platform. There are two mobile platforms that are the most popular than others these days, and they are Android and iOS. When developing for Android, a native application is developed in Android Studio with Java and Kotlin as programming languages. For iOS, the IDE is Xcode & Cocoa and the language can be both Objective-C and Swift. We create native applications when targeting a specific platform, or when the application requires high graphical performance.

Cross-Platform Applications Development

There are several frameworks that allow cross development for mobile apps. From commercial frameworks such as Xamarin to open-source hybrid frameworks such as PhoneGap, Ionic, Cordova, Native Script and React Native.
When it’s come to cross-platform mobile apps developments our teams vote for React Native and for a good reason!
React Native is an open source framework created by Facebook to enable a smooth and easy cross-platform mobile development. It literally means that you don’t have to create an iOS and Android app separately. Most of your codebase will be shared between the two platforms.

So, how is React Native different from other cross-platform frameworks and why is it becoming more and more popular?

React Native is the first open source framework that works both on iOS and Android without the regular compromise on speed, efficiency and the overall look and feel. This is possible because React Native’s building blocks are reusable “native components” that compile directly to native. Components you’d use in iOS or Android have counterparts right in React, so you’ll get a consistent look and feel.
The component-based structure also allows you to build apps with a more agile, web-style approach to development than typical hybrid frameworks, but without any web at all. The app will have the speed, look, and functionality of a native mobile application.

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