What is Ionic?
Ionic is an HTML5 mobile app development framework targeted at building hybrid mobile apps. Hybrid apps are essentially small websites running in a browser shell in an app that have access to the native platform layer. Hybrid apps have many benefits over pure native apps, specifically in terms of platform support, speed of development, and access to 3rd party code.Unlike a responsive framework, Ionic comes with very native-styled mobile UI elements and layouts that you’d get with a native SDK on iOS or Android but didn’t really exist before on the web. Ionic also gives you some opinionated but powerful ways to build mobile applications that eclipse existing HTML5 development frameworks.
What is Android?
Android is a mobile operating system developed by Google, based on a modified version of the Linux kernel and other open source software and designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Android’s default user interface is mainly based on direct manipulation, using touch inputs that loosely correspond to real-world actions, like swiping, tapping, pinching, and reverse pinching to manipulate on-screen objects, along with a virtual keyboard. Game controllers and full-size physical keyboards are supported via Bluetooth or USB. The response to user input is designed to be immediate and provides a fluid touch interface, often using the vibration capabilities of the device to provide haptic feedback to the user.
Difference between Ionic and Android
Ionic is dependent on Angular and PhoneGap. As such it runs in A WebView. The development of the “Angular” part is practically same for both Android and iOS. However Ionic uses cordova/Phonegap to access native APIs. These plugins provide similar but not exactly same functionality.
There is a difference between Android and iOS. Take the example of file plugin. Android and iOS store data at different locations. Or the Camera plugin. The default location of captured image might be different on different platforms. Or the Status bar plugin. iOS has more features for status bar and some features are available for single platforms only (3D Touch or Keychain). Also both are deployed on different WebViews. Android uses Chromium or Android System WebView. There will be subtle WebView differences which you might notice as you code. Since the native code of iOS and Android are different , there might be a case when your code works good in iOS but throws errors on Android and vice versa. Some plugins have issues with each other. It’s handy to have a basic knowledge of how iOS and Android Apps/Platform function internally.
Getting a job in a large company might be easier with Android SDK/Java development. Start ups are increasingly using cross platform tools, but many are still using native tools. If you’re creating your own apps, writing it once seems a clear win over doing it twice.
A software development tool is a computer program that software developers use to create, debug, maintain, or otherwise support other programs and applications. The term usually refers to relatively simple programs, that can be combined together to accomplish a task, much as one might use multiple hand tools to fix a physical object. The most basic tools are a source code editor and a compiler or interpreter, which are used everywhere and continuously. Other tools are used more or less depending on the language, development methodology, and individual engineer, and are often used for a discrete task, like a debugger or profiler. Tools may be discrete programs, executed separately – often from the command line – or may be parts of a single large program, called an Integrated Development Environment (IDE). In many cases, particularly for simpler use, simple ad hoc techniques are used instead of a tool, such as print debugging instead of using a debugger, manual timing (of overall program or section of code) instead of a profiler, or tracking bugs in a text file or spreadsheet instead of a bug tracking system.
Uses of Software Development Tools
- Translating from human to computer language
Modern computers are very complex and in order to productively program them, various abstractions are needed. For example, rather than writing down a program’s binary representation a programmer will write a program in a programming language like C, Java or Python. Programming tools like assemblers, compilers and linkers translate a program from a human writeable and readable source language into the bits and bytes that can be executed by a computer. Interpreters interpret the program on the fly to produce the desired behaviour.
- Making program information available for humans
Because of the high complexity of software, it is not possible to understand most programs at a single glance even for the most experienced software developer. The abstractions provided by high-level programming languages also make it harder to understand the connection between the source code written by a programmer and the actual program’s behaviour. In order to find bugs in programs and to prevent creating new bugs when extending a program, a software developer uses some programming tools to visualize all kinds of information about programs.
What is an IDE?
Integrated development environments combine the features of many tools into one package. They for example make it easier to do specific tasks, such as searching for content only in files in a particular project. IDEs may for example be used for development of enterprise-level applications.
Developing an app for your business but confused in native, hybrid and web applications. Business, branding, technical, design, marketing all of these have a crucial impact towards the success of your app. They also carry consequences in case you make the wrong decision. The most expensive ones in app development are certainly the technical ones.
Points to consider before choosing an app type?
To develop an app for your business one must first consider the target audience and the type of app which will depend on many factors. Before we get to these let’s first cover some of the key differentiation between native, hybrid and web applications:
- Access to native device APIs. This implies the ability of the app to use the device’s native features and other available APIs.
- Distribution method. This defines the channel through which the app will be findable – app stores or web.
- Multi-platform support. This simply means that different app types have different abilities to run on iOS and Android.
Now lets see what is the general difference between native, hybrid and web applications.
The simplest definition for native apps is that they are developed for specific devices, in a platform-specific programming language – meaning that an app developed for iOS won’t exist in the Google Play Store or work on an Android phone.
Hybrid mobile apps sit exactly between native apps and web apps. They have a feel of a native app because they are downloadable from an app store and live on your home screen, but they rely on rendering in a browser that’s embedded inside the app.
Web apps are simply websites that ‘feel’ like an app because of their interactivity and functionality. They are served through the internet, they run in browsers and cannot be downloaded to a mobile device like native apps can.
These three app types each have their own advantages and disadvantages, and your decision will impact the growth of your business. That’s why the key of this process is understanding your assets and limitations and to use them in order to take the best output in the form of your app.
And after you’ve considered your options and made your decision, it’s crucial you work with developers that can visualize your idea and bring it to life on your budget and according to the core goal of your business. It is important to work with a team that is knowledgeable and experienced in the exact technology that supports your choice so your app can achieve its full potential.
With a team of professionals V-Geekers maintain and build many websites in a staircase manner. First we create the page structure which consists of an area that describes your website at a high-level then a form to collect all the information from users who are interested in your product or services provided by you, an in depth description and video of your product or services, images of the product or services in action, create a skeleton view of the page with content but without styling which will act as a prototype.
When the basic prototype of the site is complete we know the sections we require to go with, the information to display in those areas, and where to position it in the overall information architecture. We can now start to build out the site.
Now we create the images and information section which consists of information of the products and services and will contain a little more depth regarding it. It will have a list of features of your products and services and will also contain a images that shows your product or services working for the user because pictures helps in better understanding.
Now its time to give your website a footer to display content such as Terms and Conditions, Disclaimers, and other content that isn’t meant to be in the main navigation or in the main content area of the page. As we have created the outline of your website and identified all the main structural elements. Also we make sure that we have all the relevant information ready and in-place to satisfy your business needs.
Now its time to go live for which we use paid hosting like godaddy, namecheap, etc.
Who we are?
We at V-Geekers have a professional team of software developers having excellent skills in making Web Applications, Hybrid Applications, Graphics Designing , Software Tools and are well known for making mini projects and provide services regarding these.
How well we serve?
Our highly trained team of experts provides you the out-of-the-box solutions to get what you desire. We strive for efficient, uncompromised, sincere, caring and exceptional service and to be your first choice we offer you the best professional advice for your product. Every member of the team is a paying stone in the company itself from a minute effort to a great task.
Services we provide
We provide services in:-
- Web Development like Responsive Web Designing, Web Portal Designing, Dynamic Website Design, Custom Web Designing, Static Web Designing, Corporate Web Designing.
- Hybrid Apps Development like Custom Hybrid Apps Development, Mobile Enablement, Android UI & Design, Android Widget Development, Hybrid Apps Testing / Portability, IOS Development.
- Graphic Designing like Logo Making, Logo Animation, Animated Advertisement, Landing Page, Infographic, Branding Collaterals, Motion Graphics, Web Banners, Brochure, T-Shirt Design.
- Software Tools Desktop Based Tool, Web Based Tool.
Our Vision and Mission
Everyone face a lot of problems in finding solutions to technical problems while searching it online but the team V-Geekers will provide you an aid to your problems by giving you a means to get in touch with the best professionals having out-of -the-box solutions to your problems, as a great mind once said “Smart work is better than hard work“.
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