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    Comparison of Hybrid vs Native

    Hybrid applications combine features of both native and web apps. They can be accessed via a web browser and downloaded from app stores. They are written in HTML5 and JavaScript, like web apps. For the most part, they are web pages wrapped in a mobile app using WebView.

    Native applications are smartphone apps specifically designed for a particular operating system—iOS or Android. What distinguishes native apps from mobile web and hybrid apps is that they are developed for specific devices. For instance, Android apps are written in Java and iPhone apps are written in Objective-C or Swift.

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    the main difference between hybrid and native apps is this: Hybrid apps are developed across all platforms, while native apps are developed for specific operating systems.

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    The advantage of hybrid apps is that they are typically easier and faster to develop than native apps. They also require less maintenance. However, the speed of your hybrid app will depend entirely on the speed of the user's browser. Ultimately this means hybrid apps will almost never perform as fast as a native app.

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