Hybrid Application Development

Secure, scalable, high performing, and cost-effective mobile applications

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Fingent’s Hybrid Application Development Services

100% customized hybrid mobile applications that work efficiently across multiple devices

Development Expertise

We can help develop and deploy hybrid applications by understanding user requirements, estimating costs, prototyping and rigorous testing to ensure a robust solution.


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Latest Technologies

Our Hybrid App Team creates feature-packed applications using powerful JS, HTML5 and CSS3 languages by leveraging advanced frameworks such as Sencha PhoneGap, Ionic, and others.


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The Hybrid Advantage

Hybrid mobile application development helps you leverage the best of both native and web technologies. Fingent can help you reduce costs and save time to build robust enterprise applications.


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More Business Value

Fingent’s deep expertise in hybrid technologies helps you reduce development cost, accelerate time-to-market, get the best of native features for your application, and enrich your customer experience.


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Our Approach

Our team focuses on a rapid deployment approach that takes into account your business requirements across several parameters. We make it easy to maintain and deploy upgrades.


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Featured Customer Success Stories

Our client, Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN), is a large American Christian-oriented religious media conglomerate with a focus on evangelical media production for television and radio. The client required an app that could teach children timeless moral truths and lessons of life from the Holy Bible. Fingent created the Superbook mobile app which is a captivating, Bible-based animated adventure series. Read More

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Featured Customer Success Stories

Fingent helped digitize Christian Broadcasting Network’s Emmy award-winning children’s show to a multilingual kids Bible app with notes, favorites, games and other features. With the application, parents could teach children about characters, take them through interactive games, quizzes, video streaming and create a learning environment that engaged children better.

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Why innovate your business with us

Consistent high-quality results with a robust agile team and a dedicated QA practice

Highly cost-effective and best-of-breed solution with no last minute surprises

Transparent project management with maximum adherence to deadlines

Our Unique Approach & Process

By initiating your project with Fingent, you get a dedicated and skilled team backing you up round-the-clock. All our processes are customer-oriented, designed to reduce the cost of business operations, address IT resourcing challenges, and offer you a competitive edge. We start with a deep analysis of your requirements and continue our relationship with post-launch support and updates.

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Validating and Shaping Idea

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Design and Prototyping

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Testing and Quality Assurance

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FAQs

A hybrid application or a hybrid app is a software application that combines elements of both Native as well as Web applications. Essentially, hybrid apps are web apps that are designed to behave natively, when used in native OS/ devices. Hybrid apps allow developers to write code for a mobile app once and still accommodate multiple platforms.
A native application is a software application designed to work on a particular device or platform. Since a native app is built for use on a specific device and its operating system, it has the ability to utilize device-specific hardware and software. Android and iOS applications are examples of Native apps.

A hybrid app combines the elements of both native and web applications. Hybrid apps can use cross-compatible web technologies like web applications. As far as development cost and time are concerned, hybrid apps have an edge over native apps. However, the speed of a hybrid app will depend completely on the user’s browser speed, whereas native apps run faster. You can build a hybrid app on a single base that supports adding new functionalities to multiple versions of the app. In the case of native apps, you need to replicate every new feature.
Some of the leading hybrid app development frameworks include Ionic, ReactNative, PhoneGap, Xamarin, Sencha, Appcelerator Titanium, etc.
The first step is to choose the right tech stack and develop an app architecture. The process of hybrid application development basically involves creating an app template, developing the prototype of each module, configuring client routing, connecting and writing database logic, adding plugins, connecting and configuring required third-party libraries, creating a visual part of each page, building functional logic for each page, and writing principles of plugin’s work. After these steps are done the functionality is implemented and tested to verify if the app works as expected. This is a general example of the hybrid app development model which can vary according to the specifics of the design, requirements, and policies followed by the app developer.
Building a Hybrid Mobile App is the most feasible option if you
  • Target to reach a larger audience within a short span of time
  • Cannot hire multiple teams for developing on different platforms
  • Want to leverage open source frameworks and not just limit to proprietary development platforms
  • Need more features than a web app, while not restricting to a web browser or web app capabilities
  • Want to reduce development and maintenance costs
This depends on the functionalities of the application. There are a few functionalities that can be done offline and there are another few that require server support online. For instance, If the hybrid app does not need extensive database support, then it can be made to work both online and offline. That means a hybrid application can use local storage or local DB for storing information offline and sync data when internet connectivity is available.
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