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From native to hybrid app development

By BrandonViNu ·
So my company is now developing an Android App that uses qr codes to register the use of HR or materials for projects. So the App has a QR scanner with a custom interface and we are developing in Android Studio, meaning the app is native. We are currently trying to move to an Hybrid app development but have no idea on how to build a scanner with custom interface. Anyone has any pointers, or links that could help us with this?

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From native to hybrid app development

by Jamesharsel In reply to From native to hybrid app ...

When it comes to mobile app development, there are a lot of technologies to choose from. You have Kotlin for Android, Swift for iOS, Python, a general purpose language and what not. But I want to talk about a technology that is super easy and fast, and gets you one app for the price of three apps.
Here I find an article:
I am talking about React Native. It is a JavaScript based framework used for creating native applications. Why do I think you should build your next app in React Native? If you haven’t already read pros and cons of React Native, I have a list of reasons for you.

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