Gone are the days when cross-platform application development was considered plan B for those who couldn’t afford native apps. Today, it’s a feasible strategy to reduce both time to market and costs while building great mobile products that look and feel truly native.
We at Oxagile help companies bring this strategy to life with the market’s hottest cross-platform development technology React Native, as well as time-tested Ionic and PhoneGap.
We believe React Native has the potential to revolutionize cross-platform mobile app development as we know it. In fact, it already does, powering the likes of Facebook, Instagram, and Walmart. Discover the benefits of React development and join this line-up of amazing products.
Traditional hybrid frameworks such as Cordova and Ionic rely on WebView, which allows achieving great yet not fully native UIs and performance. By contrast, React Native renders components as native platform widgets, resulting in a truly native look and feel.
Whenever a change has been made in the code, we can easily visualize it by refreshing the app just like a web page. Then we can immediately push the app directly to users’ devices without re-publishing it to the store. That’s when the feedback cycle gets really short.
Check out the unique business challenges we have solved for the world’s leading companies. We synergized our multi-year cross-platform mobile expertise around key tech domains to dive deep into each projects’ specifics and achieve measurable business results.
No need to coordinate separate teams building, testing and maintaining apps for each platform. Leverage the power of front-end development to create a single codebase for all platforms and speed up delivery.
Once your app goes live, shared code pays off again as you will only need a single mobile app development team to support both platforms. Take this opportunity to shorten the feedback loop and ensure faster rollout of features and bug fixes.
Having a single, highly reusable codebase translates into direct cost savings. Tap into the cross-platform approach to reduce mobile app development costs by 30% to 40% compared to native apps.