Native application development
Native application development refers to creating software applications designed to run on a specific platform or operating system, such as iOS or Android.
In NAD, developers use the tools and programming languages specific to the platform or operating system they are developing, such as Objective-C or Swift for iOS development or Java or Kotlin for Android development. This allows them to take advantage of the native features and capabilities of the platform, such as accessing the camera, accelerometer, or GPS.
NA is designed to be installed directly on the device and can be accessed and used without an internet connection. They often offer better performance and more advanced functionality than other applications, such as web-based or hybrid applications.
However, developing NA requires specialized skills and knowledge of the platform or operating system. The development process can be more time-consuming and expensive than other types of applications.