The development of any mobile application starts from choosing the technology. The choice of the technology stack for mobile app development depends not only on the popularity of the programming language or framework but also on the type of application you would like to develop. Almost every mobile application consists of the front end, back end augmented with the server-side.

Here are some common types of mobile applications, and the technology stack perfectly fit them: 

  1. Social media and entertainment applications. Here the perfect choice is React Native. The framework has a lot of libraries and a huge developer community. React Native was introduced by Facebook in 2003 and was aimed to solve social media’s primary pain point – the dynamically loaded content. 
  2. Food delivery applications. Ionic framework is a perfect choice for building food delivery and restaurant applications. It can be easily integrated with the most popular libraries. The primary benefit of Ionic is that it allows you to get MVP fast. 
  3. Flutter. It looks like Flutter is perfect for creating content-driven mobile applications. The framework was introduced by Google and uses Dart language that is considered to be its disadvantage since it is less popular among developers.