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Apple Native

Apple Native

Using Swift and SwiftUI is how Apple wants you to build apps for their devices. You'll always get the best performance and compatibility when going all in on native development. There's a huge community building apps with Swift and it's fairly easy to find courses and free content online.

By building native apps, you'll have access to the latest features and functionality of the Apple ecosystem. You'll also be able to build apps for all Apple devices, including Apple Watch, Apple TV, Mac, iPad and iPhone.

Apple Native is best for developers who want to build apps for Apple devices.

    ✅Strengths

  • Official SDK

    Native apps are built using the official Apple development tools, which provide access to the latest features and functionality of the Apple ecosystem.

  • Performance

    Native Apple apps perform better than hybrid apps as they have direct access to device hardware and the underlying operating system.

  • User Experience

    Native Apple apps offer a consistent user experience that users are familiar with.

  • Ecosystem

    Developers can build apps for other all Apple products like Apple Watch, Apple TV, Mac, iPad and iPhone.

  • Large Community

    Apple has a very large and active developer community, which means there is plenty of documentation, tutorials, and examples available to help developers build apps for Apple.

    🛑Weaknesses

  • Cross-platform

    Developers have to build separate apps using a different framework to target other platforms like Android and Windows.

    About

  • Maintainer

    Apple
  • Initial Release

    March 6, 2008

    Languages

  • Swift

    Target Platforms

  • Android
  • Android Auto
  • Android TV
  • ✓ iOS
  • Linux
  • ✓ macOS
  • ✓ tvOS
  • ✓ watchOS
  • Wear Os
  • Windows
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