Reaching as many consumers as possible can be the difference between a dud app and a smash hit. Hybrid development allows apps for different operating systems to share the same core code, making overall development faster and cheaper. The hybrid team of engineers at WebJol has years of experience creating cross platform apps. New features can be released for all platforms at the same time, giving all users the same experience connecting to an enterprise cloud or hybrid cloud.
Hybrid application development combines the advantages of both native and web applications. Enterprise apps benefit from cross platform development as well. When employees can use their own devices, they’re more comfortable with the technology and require less technical support.
PhoneGap supports APIs for hardware and software features of all modern smartphone operating systems. An app can access a device’s accelerometer, camera, contacts, GPS, and storage, whether it’s running on Android, iOS, Windows Phone 8, or BlackBerry 10.
As the language of the web, HTML enjoys nearly universal support on modern computing devices. HTML5 supercharges the capabilities of web apps with rich media, animation, interactivity, and even hardware access. An HTML5 app can be deployed directly onto the web, for use through a browser.
Wrap HTML5 in a native container and you have the very model of a hybrid app. Smartphone and tablet users can find the app on their respective app stores or through a web search. Any code that runs online will never be out of date on the end user’s device.