If you’re just starting out in the app development universe, then you might already be looking for the perfect framework to use to start the process with your own app. There are a lot of them out there, each with their ups and downs, but in today’s article we’re going to tell you a few reasons you should consider Ionic Framework.
But, let’s cut this introduction short and tell you all the reasons why we think you should use Ionic Framework when developing your app:
The user interface will turn out like a piece of art
The Ionic Framework is open source
‘Oh, no! That’s what I feared!’ – you might tell yourself if you know a little info about programming. Open source means instability. It is true that usually open source frameworks are unstable, they have been noticed in the past to be so – but we assure you that the Ionic Framework prides itself in being a very stable platform.
It’s easier to move across platforms
If you’re building an app, it is natural that you are looking for success and think that maybe you’ll spread across platforms, either if you start with Android, IOS, Windows Phone or other operating systems. The Ionic framework gives you the opportunity of doing that more easily, because the language makes your app easily converted from one operating system to another. If you were to choose a native language, rather than hybrid, you would have to spend a little more time and money into learning the specific programming language for each platform.
Come on, this has to be the best benefit of using Ionic Framework. Developing an app, starting with research and ending in a marketing campaign, it is quite expensive. Frameworks usually cost around 1000 dollars to be used, so the fact that Ionic is free is going to ease some of the burden. If you’re not sure you want to use it, even after reading the article, you could also give it a try before going with another choice because it doesn’t cost you anything.
The base framework of Ionic is Angular
Angular is a very popular framework in creating both mobile applications and web applications. So, even if you haven’t met with this programming language before, after working with it, you will also be able to create web applications – if this is a future plan of yours. It also has a lot of benefits like extending the syntax of HTML to include components of your app, as well as data-binding.
Ionic uses Cordova Plugins
You have a lot of reasons to at least try out working on this framework, maybe the most motivating being that it is a free working space. Go on and try working out on this hybrid of three strong languages and tell us if you find it as rewarding as we found it.
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