React Native vs Ionic vs NativeScript vs Android/ iOS Native Apps

Time for the ultimate comparison – who wins? React Native? Ionic? NativeScript? Native apps built with just Android and Swift? Let’see!
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22 Replies to “React Native vs Ionic vs NativeScript vs Android/ iOS Native Apps”

  1. N Baua

    I'm surprised, why NativeScript is not very popular. Seeing that Angular/TypeScript is being widely used, the developer has very little to stretch with NativeScript if he have to create a mobile app around the MEAN stack. I.e. If someone is offering a web platform for set of features and want to provide the same features via the mobile app as well. I would like to see a set of videos if you can share on NativeScript/Angular for creating a mobile app.

  2. Sakibul Hasan

    Are you planning on making a Tutorial on Angular+NativeScript soon as NS started supporting Angular now? I learned Angular and Ionic from your tutorial on Udemy … those are great … would be great if you do one for Ng+NS 🙂

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