With users split between different platforms (e.g. Android, iOS, WP) and constant framework changes, it became quite challenging and tedious, keeping up with all the changes. This fact contributed to building hybrid development frameworks like Xamarin, Cordova and others, which promise to bridge the gap between different platforms and provide a unified way of building up apps, at blazing speed.
Native or Cross Platform, what’s the whole discussion? Since the beginning of smartphones and mobile app development, the IT industry has been trying to figure out how to create a solution which lets you write one code base that works on all platforms. But it's 2020, and the discussion is still ongoing. Even though Windows phones are out of the game for some years now, writing code for two separate platforms can still be a burden for various reasons. Before we go into details of different Cross Platform solutions, let’s take a look at general pros and cons in the natvie vs cross platform discussion.
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