Mobile Apps - A Journey from Native to Hybrid with Ionic Framework by Mohammed Malaka
Mobile App Development - which do you choose Native or Hybrid?
There are definitely advantages and disadvantages to both. People are generally sitting in one camp or the other and defend their camp strongly.
This talk is about Mohammed's Journey from Native to Hybrid App Development and is sure to be a hot topic and prompt a lot of questions at the end!
Mohammed Malaka is an experienced developer and is currently a solution architect at HP. Mohammed is the organiser of the Ionic Ireland Meetup and has also spoken at the AngularJS meetup in Dublin.
He has experience in Native app development and also in developing Hybrid apps using Ionic Framework and AngularJS.
About Ionic Framework
Ionic currently requires AngularJS in order to work at its full potential. While you can still use the CSS portion of the framework, you'll miss out on powerful UI interactions, gestures, animations, and other things.
Ionic 1 is the stable version at the moment but Ionic 2 which is based on Angular 2, recently released, will also be released soon. Ionic 2 has overhauled nearly every part, from the way that users navigate through your pages, how we efficiently manage UI, to how we help you wield the true powers of the underlying device.