Guest Post The “hybrid versus native” debate touches on legitimate concerns of developers and business strategists alike. When evaluating these options for mobile app development, organizations are forced to choose between the cross-platform reach and single code base appeal of hybrid apps and the performance and tooling of native apps. It’s a tricky choice, and it’s one that leaves many wishing that a “best of both worlds” solution existed.
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Guest Post Everyone seems to be gung-ho about HTML5 or native mobile apps, and religiously preaching for one approach over the other. Yet, while mobile giants such as Apple and Google battle it out, some companies are already opting for a third option — mediating the two approaches in what is popularly known as the “hybrid app approach”.