You tend to see them as sluggish, fragile and poorly integrated. Not like a native app at all. Amateurish apps like these are unacceptable, why should your users put up with one?
The development process is an opaque patchwork of tools and scripts. Mobile web frameworks weigh a ton and besides not making life any easier, they make debugging hard and get you a first row seat in plugin hell.
You hear a lot that doing it all in native code is the only way to do something worthy but because you think it is hard you don't even dare trying.
What if you didn’t have to mimic native look and feel because you were using the real thing?
Know how low your WTF/min rate could be when you don’t have to juggle a myriad of tools, frameworks, build systems and plugins to make them work the way they should.
Bugs happen, but be comfortable knowing you can fix every line of code in use, because you know its purpose and where to find it.
Learn how a hybrid app works and how you can make one from scratch including the native part.
Learn how to combine each technology in a seamless app. How to prevent bloat and keep your app running silky smooth at all times.
After reading the book you will know how to open Xcode or Eclipse, start coding and quickly end up an environment that you will understand inside out.
You won’t be a clueless copy-paster, you will fully grok what is going on and why.
Here are some of the things you are going to learn:
Even if your app is fully native, learn how to make better use of web resources for greater flexibility.
Make an app easily and that will impress your users.
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