React Native vs Ionic: A Side-by-Side Comparison



By Frédéric Massart


Hybrid and native apps
Before diving in the differences between Ionic and RN, let’s briefly remind ourselves what hybrid and native apps are. Hybrid apps are essentially websites embedded in a mobile app through what we call a webview. They are developed using HTML5, CSS, and Javascript, and execute the same code regardless of the platform in which they run. They can, with tools like PhoneGap and Cordova, use the native features of a device, like GPS or camera.

Native apps are developed in the language required by the platform it targets, Objective-C or Swift for iOS, Java for Android, etc. The code written is not shared across platforms and their behavior varies. They have direct access to all features offered by the platform without any restriction.


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