A routine day at Infinijith starts with the discovery phase. In web and mobile apps development, the key is to offer consistent, optimal, well-grounded and user-centric solutions, which withstand the test of times.
Our way of web and mobile apps development starts with discovery stage, so that we are sure,
That we can deliver the optimal, reliable and user-friendly solution that customers and users will be delighted to use.
Karuna worked as a full stack developer on my team. He worked primarily on the Angular.JS layer of our stack and does thorough and thoughtful work. He understands the Angular.JS tool chain - Grunt, Karma, Jasmine, Bower and Protractor. I've put him through many difficult technical situations...
If you are racking your brains about which platform or framework to pick for developing your next mobile app, hold on; you’ll need to decide between iOS and Android or between Ionic and React Native. Let’s make a zippy comparison between Ionic and React Native; we leave it to you to decide which app framework is better. Ionic in a nutshell: Ionic is an open source cross-platform development framework for building hybrid mobile apps, which is HTML5-based that works with PhoneGap or Cordova. Thus, Ionic requires both of them. Advantages: Ionic is platform independent when it comes to working with HTML, JS, CSS or Angular JS. Default mobile app UI functionalities can be created with it effectively and easily. Working on Android’s WebView or iOS’s UIWebView, Ionics is wrapped by PhoneGap or Cordova. React Native in a nutshell: React Native is a JS library for developing UI, maintained and managed by an expert React Native developer community and major corporations such as Instagram and Facebook. Developers can reuse the already existing code in any iOS or Android apps. Advantages: Since React Native is driven by a robust pool of corporations and developers, even a novice developer can pick it up fast and easily. Not just that, any React Native-related issue can be instantly fixed. It is iOS-and Android platform-independent, which means that one can develop code easily across both platforms. But the biggest plus is that it helps developers reuse existing code accounting for faster delivery of apps. Comparative features of Ionic and React Native: Ionic, generally, web technology for enhanced portability uses Typescript as a code language, contains pre-styled & pre-developed components, WebView for code performance, Apache Cordova for phone hardware accessibility, and features simple, consistent and clean documentation. It exudes ease of confidence as you need to write the code only once, but it can be executed wherever you want. The code is reusable for the development of iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Progressive Web Apps and the web & desktop apps. It is supported by a strong developer community. React Native, on the other hand, uses functional UI, JSX as a code language, minimum pre-developed components, no WebView (so, code performance is excellent) and basic documentation. It requires to be learned only once and is simple to write on all platforms. The code is reusable for the development of iOS, Android and Windows Phone apps. Coming to phone hardware accessibility, it is self-capable. React Native, like Ionic, comes with a strong community support. Testing on React Native is conducted on a real mobile device or an emulator. Now, which is better as a cross-platform mobile app development framework? On the code reusability and performance front, React Native seems to be more advantageous than Ionic. Other factors that need to be considered are faster delivery, development cost, and here too, React Native outscores Ionic. Besides, React Native apps are always supported by the latest operating system platforms, which make them the first choice for app development needs. Whether you want to build your enterprise app using Ionic or React Native, Infinijith is the preferred choice for improved app user experience and value proposition. We’re just a click away.