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Why Ionic Should Be Your next Mobile Framework?
Advantages of Ionic for mobile app development
What is Ionic?
Ionic is an open-source SDK platform which provides the ability to build the performant, high-quality Hybrid mobile apps using web technologies like CSS, HTML5, Saas.
Advantages of Ionic
1. Easy to learn & Develop
2. Cross-platform app development
With the ionic framework, you can develop android, ios as well as Windows apps. And also acts as a Universal Windows Platform(UWP) for developing Windows apps. With ionic, you can build the applications as much speed as you can to save the project time and cost.
3. User Interface
Ionic allows you to develop simple, clean, functional interfaces by providing greatly customizable themes and components. You begin your app development by selecting the predesigned components that allow you to design beautiful interfaces that are out of the box.
4. Built on AngularJS
The initial versions of the ionic built on the angular and recent versions are shifted or adopted to Angular, React, Vue.js, Ionic. AngularJS is a widely used framework by designers. It allows Ionic to provide a robust structure that makes the programming code can be managed easily.
Using Ionic with native mobile app code in PhoneGap (Apache Cordova) allows for higher performance compared to hybrid applications. As mentioned above, Ionic is built on the AngularJS so it allows Ionic to rely on native hardware acceleration. Usage of CSS transitions leverages the GPU and improve the processor time.
6. Cordova Plugins
Using Cordova plugins in the ionic framework allows the developers to access multiple design components. And Ionic uses Cordova plugin to access the features like Camera, GPS, Flashlight and others. Mobile app developers can use these modules to develop hybrid mobile applications.
7. Testing is easy
With ionic, You can test the mobile app on a desktop browser or even perform simulator testing for both iOS and Android apps using Cordova commands. You can do a remote debugging and can test the app directly as a native or hybrid app on the actual platform to get an actual idea of how the app would run.