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Mugi
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Hello again, mobile devs.

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  • 12
    Phonegap!!! Joking, Xamarin!!!
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    Native
  • 4
    @Kekica phonegap 😂 what a joke
  • 7
    @Kekica bump for Xamarin

    .NET UNITE
  • 2
    Always native
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    Native, React Native
  • 4
    Xamarin 🖖🏻
  • 1
    Flutter. Ok hear me out. The main selling point is that google is behind it. I am confident that in some next version of android they will do something that will make them run as good as native. Maybe they will push the boilerplate needed to run the app onto the system instead of being coupled with each app.
    Anyway i find it runs as well as xamarin in terms of performance (at least in android). Its still early for it, and xamarin has a bigger userbase. But Microsoft can only go with it as far as google and apple will allow for now.
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    @24th-Dragon Seems like there is good competition. React Native is also undergoing architectural changes which should yield a faster and smoother experience overall: https://youtube.com/watch/...

    Also there are efforts to make it really native or at least react-agnostic: https://twitter.com/grabbou/status/...
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    ⬛⬛⬛⬛⬛ <-- mobile development
    ◽ <-- mobile developers
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    Native, with Xamarin
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    Ionic, anyone?
  • 0
    I thought Xamarin was for children
  • 0
    Xamarin was my first choice when starting on mobile development, then I noticed that the community and resources are not that much compare to java/kotlin or swift.
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    React Native generally covers most cases. I have to use some pretty low level camera stuff and I can in RN. I mean swift and kotlin code COULD be nicer, but I alone do the mobile app, and that would be double coding every damn thing. It just seems very easy for the versions to get out of sync too. Def depends what you are doing, but if it's basically a CRUD interface, I see no reason to write it twice.
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