In native application development, we use default language and IDE for both Android and iOS, i.e. JAVA/Kotlin, with Android Studio for Android and Objective C, Swift with Xcode for iOS. Cross-platform provides a framework in which coding is done once and can be used to deploy the app in iOS, Android, and Windows phone.
What is the difference between cross-platform and native app development?
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