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Native & Hybrid App Development

Hybrid App Development

Our team of hybrid app developers includes qualified UX designers, visual designers and software engineers with deep expertise in mobile web development technologies.

Native Application Development

Build The Base For A Successful Future For Your Business Through Native Apps Development Services! NexGen hybrid app development solutions are robust, high-performing, feature-packed and built to be both scalable and secure, able to handle any business and IT needs.

If you are looking for an effective way of making an impact on the digital market with your business strategies and services, then Native App Development is the perfect way to do so. Native applications are those apps, which are specifically designed and developed according to a particular platform, which allows the use of device-specific hardware and software. A Native app can utilize the resources that are specific to a given OS without having an adverse effect on other functionalities.

Hybrid application development employs native app features and capabilities and also serves to put companies and developers on the path towards the adoption of HTML5 mobile app development. Basically a hybrid app is a native app that runs most, if not all, of its user interface in an embedded browser component. To users, native apps and hybrid are nearly indistinguishable from one another: both are downloaded from a place like Apple’s App Store or Google’s Play, both are stored on a mobile device, and both are launched in the same way. The real difference is on the hybrid app development side by developers. So instead of having developers recode the app from scratch for each mobile platform, they are writing part of the app’s code in HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript, giving them the ability to reuse it across multiple mobile operating systems.

Additional Services

Hybrid Mobile App Design

PhoneGap Development

Hybrid Mobile App Development

AngularJS Development

Backbone.js Development

Ember.js Development

Node.js Development

HTML5 Mobile Development

SproutCore Development

Cross-platform Development

Multi-platform Development

HTML5 Development

Why Brands Choose NexGen For Native & Hybrid App Development

Experience Led & Outcome Focused

We help brands understand the role digital can play in realizing strategic opportunities and solving real world business problems, always keeping the focus on the customer's experience and the results generated.

Proven, Rapid, Agile & Trusted Delivery Methods

Using agile methodology, always keeping you in the loop. Streamlined delivery, cost effective engagements, designed to match your goals, your timeline and your budget.

Experienced Developers

Our mobile web developers create solutions that work seamlessly across all platforms and operating systems: smartphone, tablet or laptop or running iOS, Android. 

Transparent, Collaborative, Communicative

Complete project visibility and multiple open lines of communication from day one. We are available when you need us and continually updating you on your project’s status.

FAQs

iPhones and Android smartphones are in fierce competition and both the platform are growing at a significant rate.

Where Android market share is growing since 2013, Apple is still the undisputed king in the North American region.
So, before you pick any platform, you need to tally it out with your mobile app market.

We would recommend you to go for both the platforms if you are a growing business, willing to explore international territories in near future. If your business is local, you can check out the mobile platforms used in the nearby regions and accordingly pick the one.

Node.js, an open-source, cross-platform JavaScript run-time environment, and Java, programming language, are two common preferred backed technologies for mobile app development. Node.js allows you to write code for both client side and server side and so it makes easier for the developer to use JavaScript for both sides. Whereas, when you write in Java, you have to rewrite the same code in JavaScript for the client side. Although, Java has better IDEs, like NetBeans, Eclipse, and IntelliJ, which are well-integrated with decompilers, debugger, severs. These IDEs enable app developers to create a robust ecosystem with plug-ins. Other common backend languages that your database can recognize are Ruby, .Net, and Python. Bad mobile networks can fail even great software. To avoid this reliance on the network, many databases and cloud service providers are adding synchronization and offline capabilities to their mobile solutions, which enables the mobile app to work both online and offline. Depending upon your budget flexibility, you can pick the solutions such as Amazon’s Cognito and Microsoft’s Azure Mobile Services. Besides, you can manage your customer and product information on a local server built on MySQL, MongoDB, PostgreSQL, Cassandra, and SQL Server.
Access control and permission management functionalities can be categorized into three parts: Content access: Control which part of the space can users view and access. The access controls can either be shared with individuals or the admin. Data access: Controls which data users or groups can view. Data access can be restricted to the users or groups through Model sets, using access filters and access grants. Feature access: What actions can users perform in the mobile app. Permission sets can be created to specific model sets and accordingly a user-defined dashboard can be created. The access control functionalities help to determine what users can do and look in the mobile app and how and what part of the data could be shared with users and admin panel.