Mobile app development is complex. To build apps that reach all users, developers must deal with many different operating systems, SDKs, development tools, team skillsets, screen sizes and form factors. And if that were not enough, there are also several different ways to build mobile apps that development teams must sort through before beginning any new mobile effort.
There are three primary approaches to building mobile apps today: web, hybrid and native. Telerik offers solutions for all approaches. We provide you with more than 400 mobile-optimized UI components to help you create a mobile strategy capable of delivering the right result, regardless of the approach. The following table summarizes what Telerik UI suite you need to use to develop mobile apps, based on your mobile strategy and skillset:
* This product is sold separately and is not included in DevCraft Ultimate suite.
Telerik UI solutions available today are future-proof and will help you address the potential needs of a technology and a customer requirements' landscape that is still rapidly changing. All 400+ mobile-optimized UI components can be purchased at substantial savings as part of DevCraft Ultimate suite, with industry-leading support and three major releases per year.
If you want to learn more on the primary differences between these approaches and get a basic framework for choosing the "right" way to build modern mobile apps, check out the "Approaching Mobile: Understanding the Three Ways to Build Mobile Apps" whitepaper.
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