Native vs Hybrid vs mobile
web
Nitin Verma
You are connected to customer mind thru mobile apps
• Mobile moment is a point in time and space when someone pull out a ...
Why Mobile Apps?
• Humans are lazy & reactive
• Users are more mobile than ever
• Smartphones & tablets: From luxury to...
Power of mobility
• More than 2B people will have smartphone by 2018
• More than 10M App by 2018
• 200M public website ...
Few Examples with brands
• Facebook rebuilt their app from scratch as native.
• Linkedin started with hybrid/HTML5 appro...
2015 Forecast
• According to Forrester and Garnter enterprise apps are getting rapid
growth in HTML5/Hybrid. Below is th...
Native vs HTML5
Native, Hybrid, mobile web
HTML5 Pros
• One code base utilized for web and native
• Discoverable via search engine, messages etc
• Immediate acces...
Cons
• Mobile web fails if network is off or unreliable.
• Native apps are difficult to integrate
• Integration with na...
Native Pros
• Performance is better in native app and will continue to be in foreseeable
future since the app platform e...
Cons
• It require app store approval
• Each platform require its own source code hence expensive and difficult to
manag...
Hybrid pros
• Most of the code can be reused in different platforms like iOS, Android,
Windows and Blackberry etc.
• Lo...
Cons
• User experience and platform will be usually compromised
• PhoneGap and other platform will always be behind the ...
Conclusion
• Device feature: Native app is definitely better if you need device features like
camera, notification and g...
Conclusion
• Platform independence: If platform independence is important then you
should go with Hybrid/HTML5 over nati...
Thanks.
For any question/doubt, please email to nitinv97@gmail.com
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Native, Hybrid, mobile web

Choose the right platform for your mobility solution.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Transcripts - Native, Hybrid, mobile web

  • 1. Native vs Hybrid vs mobile web Nitin Verma
  • 2. You are connected to customer mind thru mobile apps • Mobile moment is a point in time and space when someone pull out a mobile device to get something they want in their immediate context. • Mind Mobile Apps Companies
  • 3. Why Mobile Apps? • Humans are lazy & reactive • Users are more mobile than ever • Smartphones & tablets: From luxury to commodity • From a “Connected World” to a “Social World” • Smartphones and tablets overtaking PCs & laptops • The Enterprise and BYOD • Reaching millions of users & expanding your audience to developing markets
  • 4. Power of mobility • More than 2B people will have smartphone by 2018 • More than 10M App by 2018 • 200M public website and these has to be mobile site as well. • Close to USD 200B for reengineering work by 2018
  • 5. Few Examples with brands • Facebook rebuilt their app from scratch as native. • Linkedin started with hybrid/HTML5 approach but later shifted back to native. • Twitter has fully native app • Instagram is native • Bloomberg replaced their native app with hybrid to improve speed of the market.
  • 6. 2015 Forecast • According to Forrester and Garnter enterprise apps are getting rapid growth in HTML5/Hybrid. Below is their forecast for 2015
  • 7. Native vs HTML5
  • 8. Native, Hybrid, mobile web
  • 9. HTML5 Pros • One code base utilized for web and native • Discoverable via search engine, messages etc • Immediate access, no need to download an app. • Cost effective and easy to maintain.
  • 10. Cons • Mobile web fails if network is off or unreliable. • Native apps are difficult to integrate • Integration with native component is not great. • Almost impossible to deliver native UI experience
  • 11. Native Pros • Performance is better in native app and will continue to be in foreseeable future since the app platform evolve faster than browser • Better interactive performance including push notification, gesture etc. • Presence in Appstore and on device • Security features are stronger on native app.
  • 12. Cons • It require app store approval • Each platform require its own source code hence expensive and difficult to manage.
  • 13. Hybrid pros • Most of the code can be reused in different platforms like iOS, Android, Windows and Blackberry etc. • Lower maintenance cost. • Can use same code base for mobile web and Hybrid.
  • 14. Cons • User experience and platform will be usually compromised • PhoneGap and other platform will always be behind the native app development platform • Lock-in/dependency on cross platform can be expensive.
  • 15. Conclusion • Device feature: Native app is definitely better if you need device features like camera, notification and gesture etc. • Native app is better if you want your app to work when there is no connectivity. Although In-browser caching is available but it is limited. • Speed: Native is better in speed. • Maintenance: Multiple native code maintenance difficult more complex and expensive method. Hybrid is easier to manage
  • 16. Conclusion • Platform independence: If platform independence is important then you should go with Hybrid/HTML5 over native. • User Interface: If you want user experience to be consistent with the platform then native is better option. This does not mean that HTML5/Hybrid cannot have good UI. But native app will make more like actual platform.
  • 17. Thanks. For any question/doubt, please email to nitinv97@gmail.com

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