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{
"topic": {
"attributes": {
"title": "iOS Development",
"description": null,
"snapshot_date": "2017-02-16",
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"title": "Web View Wrapper",
"description": "Phonegap, Cordova or other similar tools allow developers to write HTML and CSS, and employ the mobile's native API's.\n\nThe app is a wrapper, which loads html from a webserver.",
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"title": "Swift",
"description": "Developed for Apple's ecosystem (iOS, macOS). Swift is a young and modern language.\n\nhttps://developer.apple.com/swift/",
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"title": "React Native",
"description": "React Native is a relative young project with major early adoption by developers thanks to a unique combination of Javascript language environment, maxOS/Windows/Linux support and actual native Android and iOS compilation. The write-once, deploy everywhere philosophy has previously been disappointing, but React Native comes very close, see ([React Native at Instagram](https://engineering.instagram.com/react-native-at-instagram-dd828a9a90c7#.e9jz0r6e8)).\n\nIncluded devtools like Hot Reload make it very developer friendly compared to java or objective-c.\n\nhttps://facebook.github.io/react-native/",
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{
"title": "Objective-C",
"description": "Objective-C is the core language for iOS development. Its relatively low-level, which Apple solved by creating a more accessible language: Swift.\n\nhttps://developer.apple.com/library/content/documentation/C",
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"y": {
"label": "Adoption",
"more": "Mainstream",
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},
"x": {
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"more": "Established",
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}
}
}
}