What to choose Ionic or Native?

Good afternoon.

The task is to write a specific organizer for Android. ( In the future good and IOS)
The last time the Android app was done in 2012, because I would like to use something from the Web stack. Googling chose Ionic. But I read mixed reviews. And about the brakes and so on. Plus, working only with the first agulara.
The app is simple. About 6 views. Data will be taken from the server and stored locally. Until the next update.
+ Want material design. But I as I understand it. It is only with the 5 version of Android.

What repels ionic. It's written everywhere to not use the webview component is a plugin and will instead chromium, but the weight increases by 20 MB for such a simple app, as I have, silly.

In General, is Ionic( and similar libraries) or better to do native?
August 23rd 19 at 10:36
1 answer
August 23rd 19 at 10:38
If you need cross-platform, and you have limited resources (money, time, personnel), it is Ionic.
If you focus on quality, you should choose Nativ.
Heard the expression "miser pays twice"? - Ludwig_Miller commented on August 23rd 19 at 10:41
in the contrary IT often is advantageous to nagovestaj some kind of prototype, and if the shot, had to rewrite it properly.
Therefore, there is nothing wrong to start with Ionic. - jodie.Quitzon commented on August 23rd 19 at 10:44
: if you have limited resources, then rewrite it normally can be will not happen. About the prototype, initially no one spoke. - Ludwig_Miller commented on August 23rd 19 at 10:47
Not a problem in Java to write, it's just weird that so far there is no rules solution for js development for android - samson_Boyer commented on August 23rd 19 at 10:50
the normal solution does not differ from the Java SDK in addition to the programming language, so it would not make sense, only the damage from fragmentation. - jodie.Quitzon commented on August 23rd 19 at 10:53
We at ionic quickly started. 2 weeks made app. But already half a year we suffer from performance problems: eats battery, long time to load on large lists lag etc. I suggest to look in the direction of React Native or WEEX. Both versions use native components and js logic. And initially you write everything in js. - Grayson86 commented on August 23rd 19 at 10:56
: Thank you very much for the info. - samson_Boyer commented on August 23rd 19 at 10:59

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