Cross-platform app development, on the other hand, involves building a single app that can be compiled and run natively on multiple platforms. This is typically done using a cross-platform development framework, such as React Native, Flutter, or Xamarin. Cross-platform apps are built using a single codebase, but they are compiled into native code for each platform, which can result in better performance compared to hybrid apps.
Cross-platform app development involves creating an app that can be used on multiple platforms but using different codebases for each platform. This means that the app will be built using platform-specific languages and technologies, such as Swift for iOS and Java for Android.
There are pros and cons to both approaches. Hybrid app development allows for a more efficient development process, as the same codebase can be used across platforms. However, hybrid apps may not have the same performance and native feel as apps built using platform-specific languages and technologies. Cross-platform app development requires more development effort, as separate codebases must be created for each platform, but the resulting apps tend to have better performance and a more native feel.
In general, the choice between hybrid and cross-platform app development will depend on the specific needs and goals of the app, as well as the resources and budget available for development.