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A Native or an Hybrid App? Does It Really Matter? Part 3

Published on 12/12/2017
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A Native or an Hybrid App?

Does It Really Matter?

 

What is the Difference?

 

Is it really that important to have an app for your business?

 

According to a Gallup Survey, “three quarters of Americans check their mobile phone at least once an hour. Out of those three quarters, 90 percent – of that mobile-phone time is now devoted to using apps”. www.smartinsights.com

 

If you are selling a product or a service, it is important … even critical to be where your customers spend their time. When television and radio were king, what were we bombarded with 24 hours a day? Advertising.

What is so different about now and then is that customers now “opt in” to what they read, see and hear. That is an important note for most of us when it comes to our advertising strategy to reach the smartphone user

"The typical cell phone user touches his or her phone 2,617 times every day,according to a study by research firm, Dscout. But that's just the average user: The study found that the extreme cell phone users - meaning the top 10% user: touch their phones nore than 5400 times daily" FromTheBusinessInsider.com                       

 

Another important trend to consider ... Ad - Blocking is on the rise here in the United States. Up until 2016, Ad - Blocking was a very small percentage. However in 2016, the use of ad - blocking grew by double digits. And for 2017, the projected figure is expected to be higher.

You can avoid your business from being blocked  with an app because when your contacts downloaded the app, they opted in and will continue to receive your notifications

In part 1 and part 2, we compared and looked at the difference between a hybrid app and a native app and their pros and cons. Today we will look at the web app.

You have the traditional web app and the responsive web app. The main difference between the two, “The responsive web app has its design customized to the device it’s being viewed on. In contrast, an adaptive web app has the same design as the web app, but it will fit the screen size better when displayed on a mobile device.”

Definition of: Web application

An application in which all or some parts of the software are downloaded from the Web each time it is run. It may refer to apps that run within the user's Web browser, to "rich client" desktop apps that do not use a browser or to mobile apps that access the Web for additional information. Following are explanations of each type.

Browser Based (Internet)

In a browser-based Web application, JavaScript instructions are contained within the Web page that is retrieved from a website. Combined with the HTML code that determines the visual layout and the CSS stylesheet, the HTML, JavaScript and CSS are executed via the browser. In addition, processing at the server side is often widely performed to access databases and other networks. The data for a Web application may be stored locally or on the Web, or in both locations.

Client Based (Intranet)

Web applications may also run without the browser. A client program, which is either installed in the user's computer or mobile device or is downloaded each session, interacts with a server on the Web using standard Web protocols. This is similar to the "client/server" architecture that prevailed in companies before the Internet exploded, except that today the server is often on the Internet rather than the local network. Just like browser-based applications, the data may be stored remotely or locally.

Mobile Web App

Countless mobile apps use the Web for additional information. For example, the iOS and Android versions of this encyclopedia install all the text locally in the device but retrieve all the images from a server via Web (HTTP) protocols.

 

On the next post we will compare my Apps

 

Thank you for stopping by!

 

Micky Gramlin

 

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A Native or an Hybrid App? Does It Really Matter?

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