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Webcast: How to Decide on Hybrid vs. Native

Mobile App Development is a huge opportunity for all developers, but language and platform differences can make it difficult to know where to start. Does it make sense to invest time and resources to develop native apps that are specialized for a particular platform or are you better served by creating a web app that can be used more generically across multiple platforms? Here, we will discuss the advantages and disadvantages to each approach as well as demonstrate a potential real world application using each scenario. We will guide you through building the same application using both Objective-C and pure JavaScript to highlight the similarities, differences, and benefits of each approach.

Mobile App Development: How to Decide on Hybrid vs. Native

Earlier this week I partnered with Kelley Ricker (my colleague at GrapeCity and the developer relations expert for Xuni native mobile controls) to conduct a webinar on the advantages and shortfalls of hybrid and native mobile app. He also posted this blog over at GoXuni.com, and I thought the Wijmo crowd would be interested, as well.

Mobile App Development: How to Decide on Hybrid vs. Native

Mobile app development is an important topic that comes up often in many companies' current and future roadmaps. For those who haven't already begun to develop mobile apps, getting started can be daunting since there are many different approaches to mobile development. In the past we've compared Xamarin.Forms to PhoneGap, and tried to break down the various Xamarin and native platforms. In this article, we'll examine the hybrid web approaches (like Cordova and Ionic) and compare them more directly to native development.

Coming Soon: Xuni Android for Native Mobile Development

Xuni's collection of native, cross-platform mobile controls is about to get even more flexible: not only can you still employ code-once methods using Xamarin.Forms and Visual Studio, but we're adding a new product called Xuni Android, for native Android app development. When the new release drops August 19, you'll be able to create native Android apps in Java with the IDE of your choice (Eclipse or Android Studio).

Xuni Release Preview: Xuni iOS for Native Mobile Development

When Xuni's new release drops August 19, we're not just including more controls and better animation than ever: we're including Xuni iOS, a new product designed specifically for universal iOS 8 apps. Our high-quality, feature-rich charts, gauges, and grids include stunning visualizations and animations that will improve your UI in less time than ever.