Technological Evolution

Web development started as simple HTML and JavaScript. Over the years, it has evolved to support ever-increasing
complexity and a dizzying array of new ideas. As many of these solidified and grew into real application frameworks,
their popularity moved beyond just the web space.

Today, as much of the web transitions from JavaScript to TypeScript (a type-safe language that compiles into JavaScript), the viability of using these frameworks outside the web has dramatically increased.

We know that deciding between native and cross-platform development for your app is a critical choice. We can help you choose the path that’s best for your development.

Tailored Choices

So for your project, the question isn’t “will this work”; the question is “which one works best for your business?”

And just as those original web tools grew and splintered into more exacting frameworks, so, too, have cross-platform tools. React and Angular have given rise to React Native, Ionic, and NativeScript, which are all designed to allow developers to write their code once and run it on multiple platforms.

Cross-platform development allows a single codebase to be used across all platforms. It gives you the ability to write your app — only once — in a language your team can support, and have it run on both mobile and desktop.

We’ve watched cross-platform tools improve by leaps and bounds over the years. What was once considered a compromise can now provide a path to quicker, more efficient app development.

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