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How to use Ionic framework for building native iOS and Android Apps with same source code

By Editorial Team on 2017-09-25

If you wish to design a native App for Google Play and/or Apple Store, you have few programming language choices. If you are already familiar with JavaScript, the easiest way to design a native App is via Ionic over Angular which is a popular JS framework. However, if you know Java, the best choice is to design Android Apps with Java. Lastly, if you know Swift, you can easily design iOS Apps.

This article reviews different design tools that one can use to design and deploy a native mobile App. Specifically, we go over Ionic (using JS Angular), Android Java, and iOS Swift. We review their development requirements and advantages and disadvantages of each approach.

It is good to know that there are at least three other hybrid methods for developing native Apps: Ionic using JS React Native, jQuery Mobile using HTML5 and JS, and Xamarin. All of said platforms use JavaScript, CSS and HTML5 to design and deploy native Apps. Read other articles to learn how they work.

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