Use Ionic with Android Studio and iOS UI Web View is the right approch to create a Hybrid app


#1

In my Hybrid Application i have selected Ionic framework with Angular to use client side UI and data binding and server side i am using WEB API to write Get,Post methods to fetch data using dapper.Net and for deployment.i am using Android studio and IOS web view to open my ionic website url and to generate the .apk and api files…

Architecture

IONIC + Angular +Web API 2 +Dapper.Net

Android Studio Web view
Ios UI WebView

i am not using coradova to prevent deploy every thing on mobile device.

Pros: Web site will be in my hand any time i can change.
cons: every time page will load from server.

Is google and ios will accept my app without any issue…

waiting for your comments…


#2

any one can comments on this about the hybrid mobile application architectures…


#3

Hi! The question is a bit confusing…

I think you are confusing things.
Cordova will allow you to develop the mobile app using HTML technologies, and will build an “native” app that you could submit to the Google Play Store and/or App Store if you wish.

I do not understand why do you DON´T want to use cordova if at the end you want to deploy an app to the stores…
Seems like you want to develop a “web” app, in that case you don´t need cordova and neither you will publish it in the stores. is just like a normal website enhanced for mobile.

If you want to publish to the App Store then you will need to use Cordova to create a iOS app…
The same will happend for Android…

As I said, I am still confused by the question, hopes this help.