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The Telerik platform is a modular platform, which integrates a rich set of UI tools with powerful cloud services and it is used for hybrid, native and web development. Telerik platform offers many online and offline tools and a wide range of sample apps. This platform integrates AppManager, Mobile Testing, Analytics, Backend Services, AppBuilder, AppPrototyper and AppFeedback, to help in solving the challenges of building, designing, testing, connecting, managing, deploying, measuring and publishing your applications. Because of its immense benefits, we at SUSPRO International Ltd use Telerik platform for the development of hybrid mobile apps.


Mobile apps cannot be created with a one -size – fits -all approach. There are three choices to be considered while developing an app:

  • Native mobile app is one which integrates with one of the main mobile operating systems.
  • Second option is a mobile web app, which is usually in HTML 5 and it will mimic an app.
  • Third option is a hybrid mobile app, which works somewhere between the other two.

A hybrid mobile app is the best app to be considered as a full app does not have to be developed for every mobile platform. As it is a cross platform by design, it solves some issues which crop up with full web apps. SUSPRO International Ltd develops hybrid mobile apps, which are considered to be the most beneficial apps in many ways.


A hybrid app is a native mobile app that is created using web platform that wraps the web content using a native 'shell'. Hybrid apps are written chiefly using CSS, JavaScript and HTML. They are installed on the device through an app store and they provide access to enhanced native device hardware. The application is created by typically wrapping a web application with a native web view controller full screen, without normal browser controls or address bar.

Popularity of hybrid mobile apps is confirmed by a recent research that has estimated that, more than half of all mobile apps by 2016 will be hybrid mobile apps.


Difference in User Experience

  • While using different browsers on different computers, you must have realized that websites look completely different on each one of them. Mobile web has the same problem and that is not good for either branding or the user experience. On the other hand a hybrid app will enable your customers to experience, on an app that is standard, the competence of their own mobile devices. The customers can enjoy a consistent user experience, if they change from one mobile platform to another or if the app is updated.
  • The mobile device's own programming is used in hybrid mobile apps, to keep it in sync with other mobile apps, via an overlay or a wrapper. What it means is that it works well with cameras, GPS, and other devices, thus providing better services.
Faster than others
  • Not only is a hybrid app faster than a native app, but it is way faster than a mobile web app. If there are no large graphics the app will be really fast and it will not require network communication like mobile web apps.
App Availability
  • Hybrid apps are required to get into an app store. This will mean that when the customers look for your app, they will be available for downloading and installing.
Can be used offline
  • The mobile device's API is used to store data offline, by hybrid mobile apps. This benefits customers who have poor connectivity or want to reduce data costs.

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