Interesting article re hybrid popularity


#1

https://uk.dice.com/technews/apple-swift-losing-momentum-says-tiobe/?CMPID=SM_FB_PD_JS_UK_OG_JOB&utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=Social%2BMedia&utm_content&utm_campaign=Advocacy_Ongoing


#2

I disdain the divide between iOS and android. Not enough to have avoided learning C# and Java, but enough to not give two you know what’s when they disappear from the mobile landscape. Bleh.

I’m surprised Xamarin is “ahead” of Ionic in any category. Performance is good, but it’s soooo buggy, and the documentation / “experts” are often terribly inaccurate


#3

There’s three platforms…

Android
IOS
Web

Xamarin only ticks two out of the three whereas ionic / react work across the board (with one providing a higher degree of code share :wink: )


#4

Icing on the cake there, pointing out web. I do have to give Xamarin a plus, again, on ‘native’ like performance, but that’s the only plus.

Though, if I could write Ionic apps in C#, I would die happy…