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Founded in 2006, Codewalla took root as a development center for Real Networks engaging a niche development team. Codewalla has worked closely with some of the now famous names such as Lumos Labs (Lumosity), Tribeca Tables (acquired by Ion), Triple Point Technologies (now Ion Investments) and Tresensa as a technology partners.
We spearheaded mobile initiatives of our partners leveraging our expertise in product development, project management and solution delivery. With an in-depth understanding of mobile and server side concepts we have created social learning platforms, mobile business intelligence solutions, decision support systems, mobile tools for sales people to customer directed mobile games. We have worked with companies in Healthcare, Commodity Trading, Logistics, Corporate Training, Education and Mobile gaming.
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And they have to be really good to exploit advanced features. For example, iOS 12 allows you to voice-enable your apps thru Siri extensions (even when your app is not running) Good luck doing that with hybrid (7/7) #sirikit #iOS12TH #iosdev #hybriddev
One of the products we're working on is well past market-validation. At this stage, the total cost (TCO) of hybrid development is higher than that of native development. But the catch is that these are radically different skill sets, for which you need different developers (6/7)
And because with hybrid you can't introduce advanced, OS-specific features as quickly as possible, you risk losing to competition (5/7)
New OS releases invariably make the existing versions of the Hybrid app buggy. Fixing these takes more time than with Native because of a whole range of lagging dependencies. (4/7)
In the beginning, your product won't have too many features. Plus, it doesn't make sense to blow your early stage budget on developing for just one platform, when your users are on both. But eventually the #hybrid approach reaches a point of diminishing returns. (3/7)