July 13th, 2015 | By Fernando Martins | 1 min read
Its lightweight, robustness, and parallel nature are why companies are moving away from Java, .NET, and other major languages and frameworks.
It also grants the possibility of fast prototyping. It makes it easy to integrate hundreds of third-party packages that solve problems that most applications face, saving tons of time that could be spent focusing more on the actual product.
Less code to switch and convert data around means fewer bugs.
WebView mode is the foundation of these applications and refers to a navigational interface that keeps users within the existing program instead of opening a new browser tab.
As the name indicates, native-based applications are developed especially for a particular operating system. Their advantages include (1) being faster than web apps or (2) working without an internet connection.
At Jscrambler, we have been switching from a PHP backend to Node.js, and the productivity boost and overall code quality improvement are undeniable.
We doubt we can ever go back to using two different languages for the server and client sides.
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