Hybrid mobile apps

Hybrid mobile apps combine the advantages of web and native apps.

Hybrid mobile apps are apps that combine elements of native and web apps (PWAs). These applications are written in standard web languages such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, but run inside a container (typically a web browser) that allows access to device-specific features such as camera and geolocation and provides a user experience similar to that of native mobile applications.

One of the main advantages of hybrid mobile apps is that they allow developers to write a single app that can be used on multiple platforms (running in an in-app browser), reducing development time and costs. Additionally, hybrid apps can be updated faster and easier than native mobile apps, since updates are made to the underlying web app.

However, hybrid mobile apps may underperform compared to native apps, and may be limited in the device-specific resources they can access. Also, hybrid apps can be less easy to customize for each platform, which can affect the user experience.

For CUERRA, hybrid mobile apps combine the advantages of web apps and native apps, allowing our developers to write a single app that can be used on multiple platforms, but with some limitations in terms of performance and specific features of the platform. device.

Cross platform apps

It allow developers to write a single application that runs on multiple platforms.

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Application design

We develop applications to meet the needs of users and improve their technological experience.

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Progressive web apps (PWA)

PWAs are a modern and efficient alternative to traditional native apps.

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Native mobile apps

Native mobile apps offer an optimal user experience and advanced functionality.

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