Hybrid mobile apps are developed using typical web technologies like CSS, HTML5, and JavaScript, and then embedded in a native app environment like Ionic. Such native containers run the web application code and wrap it into an application, which then runs as a locally installed application on the device. Hybrid application development usually only needs one code base for several platforms. A hybrid mobile app developer can develop it once and then, using a bridging technology like Ionic, ship the app to all platforms (Android, iOS, or Windows.) and reach a diverse audience by combining the best of both worlds. Hybrid apps synthesise the features of native and web apps. They are considered a lucrative way to ensure cross-platform compatibility.

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