Hybrid the smart way to develop apps. Native containers and plugins in technologies like Phonegap and Apache Cordova come handy. The HTML5, CSS, JavaScript codes can be turned into apps for any platform, using frameworks and technologies as such. Hybrid apps, as the name suggest give you the positives and negatives of both the apps put together in one. These apps have in-app browsers included. The major advantage of hybrid solutions for mobile apps development is its cost which is comparatively low and one only need to build one app for most of the mobile platforms such as iOS, Android, Windows Phone and other. This also reduces time of the development. However, due to the fact that hybrid solutions can never deliver same efficiency, processing speed and stability as native codes. Hybrid mobile apps would work best for local purposes of small and medium businesses. They might as well be a good decision for developing an MVP in case saving money is one of the priorities.


* Adaptable to multiple platforms. The same code can be re-used for Android, iOs and Windows with minor tweaks in the plugins and native containers.

*One can turn your responsive website into an app in no time using the available support frameworks and plugins.

* A hybrid app can be put on app stores. So basically one will get the benefit of being in an app store environment without the cost of developing a native app for a particular operating system.

* A huge open source development language means there is a huge community for support and a lot of documentation.

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