The steep increase in popularity of cross platform apps have led to their abundant usage, but with this have unearthed some of its hidden woes. Yes its true folks!! Our beloved cross platform mobile apps do have some issues. As they work on multiple platforms, it’s difficult for them to leverage all the facilities that are provided by the platform. The hybrid or the cross platform apps also have issues both when the app is updated and statistically need more updates as compared to the native apps.
Therefore, let us get a deep insight as to how the Native Framework can rectify the problems which the developers face in Cross platform app development.
- Authenticating Accessibility
Here, if the apps are developed using native framework, the script used will allow the apps to work offline also. It also helps to enhance the user interface according to the OS and use it to the optimal strength. As the cross platform apps are used across multiple devices, using native script in them would provide identical UI/UX designs and better usability across platforms.
- Leveraging mobile OS platforms
In addition to this, the app can be more synchronized as compared to those that are developed with using native framework. The cross platform apps that are made will be more robust and tech savvy. And most importantly, adding native script does not causes a lot of extra expenses and requires less amount of QA testing and porting.
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- For Better App Experience
Additionally the bug factor and other issues can be solved with much more authenticity which helps in making the process of mobile app development a lot easier.
Native framework can work as a boon for the developers working constantly in cross platform app development. They improve the UI design for the plethora of platforms on which the cross platform app has to work and adjusts automatically according to the screen resolution of the mobile device. Moreover, as the code in done in a single language, therefore adding or modifying the code becomes a “walk in the park” and level of fuss and confusion is reduced considerably.