Built with security in mind
In Swift, developers have access to an advanced error handling system that can prevent common faults. This system transforms production and security testing functions, transforming a significant business advantage for those who have it.
Faster and more performant
If you are concerned with speed and ability to perform well, native development is your best choice. Native iOS apps tend to run faster than cross-platform ones because they are written in Swift, supported by the platform's ecosystem.
Developing an app with Swift (native language) gives you access to many of the features people enjoy on their phones. It is also an excellent language to work with because it isn't hard, and there isn't much code. If you plan to implement biometrics, geolocation, or features that depend on Bluetooth in your app? Native applications tend to be easier and more reliable for implementing these functionalities.
Apple and IBM are among the big-name companies that support Swift. The iOS ecosystem is dependent on Swift technology, so Apple is constantly trying to improve its software offerings for end-users and businesses. Recently, IBM has also been using and investing in Swift--making it a safe future investment for your mobile business.
Swift is similar to and compatible with Objective C. Because of this compatibility, we can write code in Swift using Objective C APIs or vice versa. It helps when porting applications from one language to the other during development.
After the design, app development, and launching of a new product, developers often encounter issues related to maintenance and running the code. But hiring a Swift development company can help by debugging an application to get it running in no time at all. Developers with Swift skills have another advantage--the coding language has both debugged lines and the app's run-time code integrated into one single file, simplifying the process of maintaining code.
Usable on multiple devices
After initially being developed for the Apple operating system, Swift is compatible with different devices such as Linux and Windows. According to Google's latest announcement, it plans to integrate Swift into its operating system known as Fuschia.
Swift is a more mature, stable language than any cross-platform language, and this reliability provides community support and stability. As Swift is also officially supported by Apple, they are eager to ensure that Continuous Development means "constant improvement."
Future-proof and scalable
If you consider a product that will evolve over the years, native iOS development will be your best bet. Unlike cross-platform frameworks, Swift is less likely to change dynamically and has more support among its community. Since it's a mature, well-supported language, Swift apps tend to run faster than competing platforms because only one platform needs to be configured. Keep this in mind if you expect your app will overgrow or change in the future.
In-house transfer options
For the moment, choosing cross-platform solutions is a good idea because it helps your project scale quickly. However, if you plan to transfer the project in-house, native iOS development might be better later.
Developers writing native applications only have to write code specific to one platform, eliminating the need for compromises in the user interfaces that would work on both platforms. These native apps will offer faster and smoother performance.