Which is better, web development or app development?

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Asked Oct 20, 2016

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Both have equal importance. scope of App development is increasing day by day because it is more user friendly. You can access any kind of information in few seconds even in the toilet with the help of apps installed on your smartphone. But for larger projects and detailed information you need to visit on web. So both have equal importance according to user point of view. https://goo.gl/Xa15MQ
Answered Oct 20, 2016
Web development and Mobile development both are equally important because in today’s time business owners cannot depend on just one platform. You can contact - http://www.appymonkey.com/ to get more detailed information.
Answered Oct 20, 2016
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Answered 8 days ago
App development and web development both are very important today. All depends on what is more suitable for you. If you are the beginner, web development will be easier and interesting for you. You can choose a variety of the programming languages. For example, PHP, Python (Django), Ruby (Rails), and also Java, C# (.NET).

App development is more difficult. In such case, you need to have skills and knowledge about these programming languages and how to use them. For example, Java for Android, Objective-C/ Swift for IOS, C# for Windows Phone.

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Answered 6 days ago
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