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You can create websites
You can create web applications
You can create mobile applications
Hybrid mobile apps have some advantages over traditional web-based apps and pure native apps. They can be developed more quickly than pure native apps, and they can be deployed to multiple platforms with little or no changes to the code. However, hybrid mobile apps typically don’t perform as well as pure native apps, and they can be more difficult to debug and test.
It is easy to learn
It is versatile
It is well-supported
It can be slow
It can be insecure
It can be hard to debug
One of the most difficult things about debugging is that there are often many different ways to fix a problem. This can be frustrating, especially if you’re not sure why your code isn’t working in the first place.
Another challenge of debugging is that it can be time-consuming. It’s not uncommon for developers to spend hours or even days trying to find and fix a single error. This can be especially frustrating if you’re working on a project with a tight deadline.