It’s been more than ten years since the App Store was released, changing the distribution of mobile software, and establishing a mobile application market. Since then, the line between web and native app development gets blurred day by day. Native apps have become increasingly accessible to the masses due to frameworks like Flutter, React Native, and Cordova that have taken them to the next level. In its turn, web app development regularly gets feature and performance updates that make it more efficient. Each of the solutions has its strengths and weaknesses.
With the prevalence of app stores and rising reliance on mobile devices, many people start believing that Progressive Web Apps are the future of mobile app development. Indeed, there is a high possibility that PWAs will someday completely replace native apps, offering an ideal combination of websites and native applications. However, specialists do not see this coming in the nearest years. So should one develop a native app or a progressive web app? In this article, we will try to figure this out to help you make a final choice. So grab a cup of coffee and let’s get started!
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